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Department of Environment

Academic Staff

Dr LEE Shing Him, Louis



Dr. Louis, LEE Shing Him obtained his PhD in the University of Hong Kong in 2018. He has published some articles in peer-reviewed academic journals. His hobby is bird photography.


  • Microclimate
  • Urban greening
  • Urban ecology


  • Nature conservation
  • Statistics
  • Arboricultural practice
  • Turfgrass management



Doctor of Philosophy, University of Hong Kong


Master of Philosophy, University of Hong Kong


Bachelor of Social Sciences, University of Hong Kong


2019 – Present

Lecturer, THEi


Research assistant, EdUHK


Research assistant, THEi


  • Lee, L. S., Zhang, H., & Jim, C. Y. (2021). Serviceable tree volume: An alternative tool to assess ecosystem services provided by ornamental trees in urban forests. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 59, 127003.
  • Lee, L. S., & Jim, C. Y. 2020. Quantitative approximation of shading-induced cooling by climber green wall based on multiple-iterative radiation pathways. In Eco-efficient Materials for Reducing Cooling Needs in Buildings and Construction (pp. 79–100). Cambridge: Woodhead Publishing.
  • Lee, L. S., & Jim, C. Y. (2020). Multidimensional analysis of temporal and layered microclimatic behavior of subtropical climber green walls in summer. Urban Ecosystems, 23(2), 389-402.
  • Lee, L. S., Cheung, P. K., Fung, C. K., & Jim, C. Y. (2020). Improving street walkability: Biometeorological assessment of artificial-partial shade structures in summer sunny conditions. International journal of biometeorology, 64(4), 547-560.
  • Lee, L. S., & Jim, C. Y. (2019). Urban woodland on intensive green roof improved outdoor thermal comfort in subtropical summer. International journal of biometeorology, 63(7), 895-909.
  • Lee, L. S., & Jim, C. Y. 2019. Energy benefits of green-wall shading based on novel-accurate apportionment of short-wave radiation components. Applied Energy, 238, 1506–1518.
  • Lee, L. S., & Jim, C. Y. 2019. Thermal-irradiance behaviours of subtropical intensive green roof in winter and landscape-soil design implications. Energy and Buildings, 109692.
  • Lee, L. S., Jim, C. Y., & Zhang, H. (2019). Tree density and diversity in Hong Kong’s public housing estates: From provision injustice to socio-ecological inclusiveness. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 46, 126468.
  • Lee, L. S., & Jim, C. Y. (2018). Applying precision triaxial accelerometer to monitor branch sway of an urban tree in a tropical cyclone. Landscape and Urban Planning, 178, 170-182.
  • Lee, L. S., & Jim, C. Y. 2018. Thermal-cooling performance of subtropical green roof with deep substrate and woodland vegetation. Ecological Engineering, 119, 8–18.
  • Lee, L. S., & Jim, C. Y. 2017. Subtropical summer thermal effects of wirerope climber green walls with different air-gap depths. Building and Environment, 126, 1–12.