Heshuang Zeng, LEED-GA, is a research assistant in EMBARQ’s Research & Practice group. She supports a variety of projects on sustainable transport and urban development.
Heshuang holds a Master’s degree in City Planning from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. At MIT, she worked on the “Making the Clean Energy Cities” research project where she investigated the integration of renewable energy technologies with urban design, and developed a form-energy evaluation tool.
Prior to MIT, Heshuang received a Bachelor's in Architecture and a Master's in Urban Design and Planning from Tsinghua University, Beijing. She had participated in several architectural and urban planning projects in China with a special focus on urban historic district preservation and revitalization. Heshuang Zeng is a Chinese national.