My name is Xiqun (Michael) Chen. I am a "Hundred Talents Program" Professor and Principal Investigator with the College of Civil Engineering and Architecture at Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China. I studied and worked in several universities between 2004-2015, including Tsinghua University at Beijing, University of California at Berkeley, University of Maryland at College Park, and Zhejiang University. If you feel interested in my research or inquire additional information about the Transportation Engineering Program at Zhejiang University, please send me an email to My contact information is as follows:

Mailing Address

College of Civil Engineering and Architecture
B828 Anzhong Building, Zijingang Campus
Zhejiang University
866 Yuhangtang Rd
Hangzhou 310058, China

Curriculum Vitae


Professional Experience

Student/Scholar Enrollment Plan (Welcome to contact me for more information, and send CV to

  • 2017-2018, one Postdoctoral Research Scientist, the primary research direction includes but is not limited to traffic/travel simulation and optimization. Welcome young professionals and Ph.D. students who have interests in conducting research in Zhejiang University and living in the City of Hangzhou, to contact me for more information on the research plan and expectation, requirements, salary, living and working enviroment, etc. 

  • 2018, one master student, two Ph.D. students, the primary research directions includes but is not limited to traffic engineering, transportation planning and management, intelligent transportation systems, traffic flow theory and control, and traffic operations and optimization. Welcome undergraduates, graduate students who are willing to join my research group to pursue M.S. and/or Ph.D. degress to contact me. Our mission is to mitigate urban traffic congestion, enhance safety and enviroment via advanced traffic modeling and operations.

  • 2017-2018, five to eight undergraduates, we will work together via the graduation thesis/design, transportation competition, national innovation program, student research training program (SRTP), and other programs.

Research work

Traffic and Transportation Management, Traffic Flow Modeling and Simulation, Simulation-Based Optimization, Transportation System Analysis