David Wong received the Honor Diploma in geography from the Hong Kong Baptist University, and the M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in Geography from the University at Buffalo, NY, USA. Since 1993, he has been teaching at George Mason University (Virginia, USA), promoting from an Assistant Professor to an Associate and a Full Professor. He was the Chair of the Earth Systems and Geoinformation Science Program/Department for six years. His research interests include spatial statistics and spatial analysis, GIS, and population analysis, particularly in the geographical-scale issues (the modifiable areal unit problem) and measuring spatial segregation. He coauthored two books and published more than 40 articles in refereed journals. He is one of the Associate Editors of the International Journal of Applied Geospatial Research. He also serves as an Editorial Board Member of Computers, Environment, and Urban Systems, Geographical Analysis, and Annals of GIS (Column Editor for Spatial Analysis and Modeling).
Biography Updated on 23 May 2010