Wang Fei
Associate Professor

Professional Experience & Education

Professional History

    2011-present: Associate Professor, Institute of Safety Science and Technology, Graduate School at Shenzhen, Tsinghua University

    2009-2011: Postdoctoral fellow, Institute of Public Safety, Tsinghua University


    2002-2008: Dr.-Ing, Bundeswehr University Munich, Germany

    2000-2002: Master's, HFT Stuttgart

    1996-2000: Bachelor's, Wuhan University

Instruction & Advising

Current Courses:

    Geospatial Information Technology for Emergency Management; Geospatial Information Experiments for Emergency Management; Emergency Drill Pattern Design and Practice



    GIS; Geospatial technology for emergency management; 3D data reconstruction; VR, AI for geospatial data; UAV data analysis

Current Projects:

  1. National Key Research and Development Program of China “Modelling and management for typical disasters”

  2. Shenzhen Technology Innovation Program “Intelligent segmentation method for 3D scene datasets”

Additional Positions

Expert, Shenzhen Safety Supervision and Management Committee

Dr. Wang has published more than 40 research papers, authored 3 books, drafted 4 national standards, and been awarded 10 Chinese patents.

Selected Publications:

  1. Wang F. and Yuan H.Y., Challenges of the Sensor Web for disaster management, International Journal of Digital Earth, Volume 3, Issue 3 2010, p. 260-279

  2. Wang F, Zheng, X.C., Zhong, S.B., New Approach of Establishing a Cloud Service Center to Protect Comprehensive Emergency Management Information Systems. 2014 International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Software Engineering (Aise 2014), Phuket, Thailand.

  3. Liang Zheng, Fei Wang, Xiaocui Zheng, and Binbin Liu, Discovering the relationship of disasters from big scholar and social media news datasets, International Journal of Digital Earth, 2018. DOI: 10.1080/17538947.2018.1514082

  4. Wenyu Jiang, Fei Wang, Qingxiang Meng, Zhanghua Li, Binbin Liu, Zheng Xiaocui. Improving the Interoperability of Diaster Models: a Case Study of Proposing FireML for Forest Fire Model. International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences - ISPRS Archives,  v 42, n 3, p 673-677,  April 30, 2018.

  5. Li Zhanghua, Wang Fei, Zheng Xiaocui, Jiang Wenyu, Meng Qingxiang, Liu Binbin. GIS Based Dynamic Modeling of Fire Spread with Heterogeneous Cellular Automation Model and Standardized Emergency Management Protocol. the 3rd ACM SIGSPATIAL International Workshop on the Use of GIS in Emergency Management (EM-GIS 2017), California, USA, 7-10 November, 2017.

  6. B. Liu, F. Wang, X. Zheng, M. Qi., Suggestions for Formulating Collaborative Remote Sensing Emergency Plan Based on Case Studies, ISPRS Geospatial Week 2017 (Volume XLII-2/W7)18–22 September, Wuhan, China.

  7. Zheng Xiaocui, Wang Fei, Xia Jianjun, Gong Xiaopeng. The Methodology of UAV Route Planning for Efficient 3D Reconstruction of Building Model. 2017 The International Conference on Geoinformatics, August 2-4. 2017. Buffalo, USA.

  8. Jianjun Xia, Fei Wang, Xiaocui Zheng, Zhanghua Li, Xiaopeng Gong. A Novel Approach for Building Extraction from 3D Disaster Scenes of Urban Area. 2017 The International Conference on Geoinformatics.  August 2-4. 2017. Buffalo, USA.

  9. Zheng, F. D., F. Wang and et al.. A Methodology of UAV Route Planning for Fast Image Mosaicking. 2015 23rd International Conference on Geoinformatics. Wuhan, China.

  10. Li, L., F. Wang and et al. A Spatial Based Data Dependency Modeling Method for Emergency Decision Making. 2015 23rd International Conference on Geoinformatics. Wuhan, China.

First Prize for Progress in Science and Technology of Geographic Information in China, 2015