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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.