Meiqing Li and Cheng-Kai Hsu Receive Wendy Tao International Smart Cities Fellowship

November 22, 2022

Congratulations to Department of City and Regional Planning doctoral students Meiqing Li and Cheng-Kai Hsu on receiving the Wendy Tao International Smart Cities Fellowship!

Photos of Meiqing Li on the right, and Cheng-Kai Hsu on the left, both smiling and facing the cameraMeiqing Li, a 2021 Collaborative Sciences Center for Road Safety (CSCRS) Fellow here at SafeTREC, conducts research that explores the intersection of sustainable transportation, travel behavior, and built environment in the United States and Asia. She earned her BA in Urban Studies and Economics at the University of Hong Kong and her MCP at the University of Pennsylvania.

Cheng-Kai Hsu’s research focuses on micro-mobility, mobile sensing, environmental exposure, and health equity. He earned his BS in Urban Planning at the National Cheng Kung University and his MSC in Transport at the Imperial College London.

The Wendy Tao International Smart Cities Scholarship supports innovative research projects related to sustainable transport and smart cities that have relevance for California. The scholarship honors Tao’s legacy as a business innovator, gifted scholar, and a global leader in sustainable transport and smart cities. The scholarship is open to professionals and graduate students. Learn more on the Institute for Transportation Studies website.