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I am a PhD candidate in the Urban Information Systems (UIS) in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning (DUSP) at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. My research interests include urban housing and transportation policy evaluation, agent-based models, urban data analysis. My dissertation studies the spatial-demographic consequences of government housing policies using Singapore as a case. This study allows me to develop tools to analysis the unintended policy consequences within heavily regulated housing markets in various context.
I received a B. Eng. in Urban and Regional Planning from Peking University, and a Master in City Planning (MCP) from MIT.
If you have any questions, please contact me at my work email: xujs [at] mit [dot] edu.