李咏华，女，浙江大学建筑工程学院区域与城市规划系教授，硕士研究生导师、博士研究生合作导师；浙江大学建筑工程学院风景园林研究中心副主任；德国基尔大学（Kiel University）访问学者，美国加州大学伯克利分校（University of California, Berkeley）访问学者；中国城市规划学会城市生态规划学术委员会委员，国家自然科学基金评审专家；主要研究方向为城市韧性与生态智慧、景观生态规划、绿色基础设施及城市空间增长。
Yonghua Li is an associate professor of the Department of regional and urban planning, School of architecture and engineering,
Zhejiang University, a master's supervisor, and a doctoral co supervisor; she is the deputy director of the landscape architecture
research center of the school of architectural engineering of Zhejiang University; a visiting scholar of Kiel University in Germany,
and the University of California, Berkeley, USA, She is a visiting scholar, member of Urban Ecological Planning Academic
Committee of China Urban Planning Society, and an expert of National Natural Science Foundation of China. Her main research
directions are urban resilience and ecological wisdom, landscape ecological planning, green infrastructure and urban space
She has presided over three general projects of National Natural Science Foundation of China and two philosophy and social
science funds of Zhejiang Province. She has participated in a number of vertical projects, such as national science and technology support program, key projects and general projects of National Natural Science Foundation of China, humanities and social
sciences fund of the Ministry of education, basic scientific research business fund of central universities, and Natural Science
Foundation of Zhejiang Province It has been published in resources, conservation & recycling, urban planning, geographical
research, economic geography and other academic journals, and won the second prize of national excellent urban and rural
planning and design, the youth Thesis Award of China Urban Planning Society, the excellent urban and rural planning and design award of Zhejiang Province, and the excellent urban and rural planning and design award of Hangzhou city. Her main research
directions are urban resilience and ecological wisdom, landscape ecological planning, green infrastructure and urban spatial
Li Y, Yao S, Jiang H, Wang H, Ran Q, Gao X, Ding X, Ge D. Spatial-Temporal Evolution and Prediction of Carbon Storage: An Integrated Framework Based on the MOP–PLUS–InVEST Model and an Applied Case Study in Hangzhou, East China. Land 2022, 11, 2213.
MA Q, LI Y*, XU L. Identification of green infrastructure networks based on ecosystem services in a rapidly urbanizing area. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2021, 300: 126945.
LI Y, MA Q, SONG Y, Han H. Bringing conservation priorities into urban growth simulation: An integrated model and applied case study of Hangzhou, China. Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 2019, 140: 324-337.
Zhou, X., Zhang, X., Dai, Z., Hermaputi, R. L., Hua, C., & Li, Y*. Spatial layout and coupling of urban cultural relics: Analyzing historical sites and commercial facilities in district iii of shaoxing. Sustainability (Basel, Switzerland), 2021,13(12), 6877.
Gao Y, Hua C, Li Y, He J, Dai Z, & Shen Y. (2022). Biological solutions for the remediation of cracks in ancient earthen structures: Experimental studies. Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, 2022, 34(11).
Haoying Han, Qiwei Ma, Yonghua Li*. Urban Growth Boundaries of the Hangzhou Metropolitan Area Based on Ecosystem Service. International Review for Spatial Planning and Sustainable Development, 2017, 5(2): 4-16.
.Yonghua Li. Applying the resilience perspective to urban growth boundaries based on ecosystem service. The Second International Symposium on Ecological Wisdom. USA, University of Texas at Austin, 2016.
.Yonghua Li. Method of Delimiting Urban Growth Boundary: Green Infrastructure Assessment and a Case Study of Hangzhou. 2016 Workshop on Urban Planning and Management, Kanazawa, 2016.