As a member of the Communist Party of China, Zheng Qiyang, who comes from Wenzhou, Zhejiang Province, is a Ph.D. student majoring in Architecture at College of Civil Engineering and Architecture ,Zhejiang University(ZJU). He received a Bachelor’s degree from Zhejiang Gongshang University and minored in resource environment and urban and rural planning management, and graduated with a master's degree from Suzhou University of Science and Technology in urban planning. He has worded in planning institutes and Natural Resources and Planning Bureau, which conducts comprehensive and systematic planning industry experience to him.
In terms of research, he is mainly engaged in the measurement and analysis of spatial and economic data. He has published many articles in core journals such as "Areal Research and Development" and "Hubei Agricultural Sciences". During the undergraduate course, as the main person in charge, he participated in national and provincial projects. As the team leader, he won the third prize of the American College Student Mathematical Contest in Modeling. During the master's degree, he participated in several regional economic and industrial development research projects.
In practice, he served as the deputy director of the Student Union Development Center and a member of the Presidium of the Student Union during the school. During the work of the Planning Institute, he participated in the "Constructive Detailed Planning of the Comprehensive Service Area of the Malin Industrial Park in Chifeng High-tech Industrial Development Zone", "Shandong Jining Ruyi Lake Area Conceptual Planning and Urban Design of the Startup Zone", "Urban Design on Both Sides of Chaoyang Road, Fotang Town, Wushi City". While working in Natural Resources and Planning Bureau, he participated in " Th erecent plan of the land and space planning in Xiangcheng District, Suzhou City ", "JD Garden Silicon Valley", " Layout planning of outdoor advertising facilities in Xiangcheng District " , " Research on the Urban Color of Xiangcheng District " and more than ten important projects, involving various planning projects including overall planning, regulatory detailed planning, special planning, etc.