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Institute of Ecological Modeling
Time :2016-05-29

The goal of the IEM is to engage in the development of the interdisciplinary field of mechanism exploration, pattern recognition, process simulation, rule identification and objective-based regulations relative to the general ecosystem evolution, to guide the practice of urban ecosystem management, and satisfy the need for harmony and scientific development at the national, regional and urban levels, in the context of China’s fast urbanization.

Research fields

a.  Modeling for systems ecology;

b.  Diagnostics and assessment of urban ecosystems;

c.  Energy and material metabolism for regional ecosystems;

d.  Urban spatial processes and the urban heat islands effect;

e.  Urban eco-planning and management;

Key Projects and program

1. National Basic Research Program of China (973 Program):

a.  Theory of system characterization and mechanisms of ecological adjustment for modern urban “diseases” (2005.7-)

b.  Integration of comprehensive modeling platforms and multi-scale scenario analysis of LUCC and climate change2010-2014

2. National Key Technologies R&D Program (863 Program):

a.  Key technologies and demonstration projects on the ecological security assessment and regulation of urban planning (2007.9-)

b.  Integration and demonstration of control technologies for the urban thermal environment2012-2015

c.  Research and development of low carbon water quality maintenance technology for urban water systems2012-2015

3. National Natural Science Foundation:

a.  Temporal-spatial modes, driving mechanisms and environmental responses of Chinese urbanization2006-

b.  Modeling for urban network structures using thermodynamic methods2012-2014

c.  A modeling research for the structure-process-function of urban metabolism systems2012-2015

d.  A quantitative analysis of lead transfer and release in the environment induced by human activities2012-2015

e.  Eco-efficiency and health assessment on the urban metabolism (2008-)

f.  Research on the accumulated ecological risk of regions under rapid urbanization (2013-2016

g.  Theory and methodology for the water metabolism of river basins 2013-2016

h.  The dynamics analysis of urban ecosystem health based on the metabolism process2014-2017

i.  The renewability and carbon reduction potential of biomass energy in China2014-2017