Dr Kelvin Ka Yin Wong

Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Tokyo

Research interests: 3D GIS, 3D data quality, 3D user requirements, autonomous vehicles, intelligent transport systems

Kamijo Lab, Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo, Center for Socio-Global Informatics
4-6-1 Komaba,Meguro-ku,Tokyo 〒153-8505



Last Updated: 28 July, 2019

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Nov 2018 – Present: Postdoctoral research follow, University of Tokyo

May 2018 – Oct 2018: GeoBIM researcher, EuroSDR.

May 2018 – Aug 2018: GIS consultant, Department for Transport.

Sep 2017 – Apr 2018: Module coordinator, Department of Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering. University College London

Oct 2013 – Apr 2018: Postgraduate teaching assistant (various), Department of Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering. University College London.

Oct 2014 – Dec 2015: Research consultant. EuroSDR.

Jan 2013 – Sep 2013: GIS Analyst, WSP.


2014 – 18: EngD in Virtual Environments, Imaging & Visualisation. University College London, UK.

2013 – 14: MRes in Virtual Environments, Imaging & Visualisation. University College London, UK.

2011 – 12: MSc in Geographic Information Science. University College London, UK.

2010: Second Year Exchange Program. University of York, Canada.

2008 – 2011: BSc in Geographic. University of Southampton, UK.

Awards, honours and distinctions

UCL Student Choice Awards – Exception Feedback (Nominated), University College London, 2018.

This award honours member of staff who provides constructive, useful feedback on students’ assessment and learning, helping them to progress and succeed.

Hart Prize, University College London, 2012

Awarded for most distinguished performance in the course by the Head of Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering.

Research funding

Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Postdoctoral Fellowship for Research in Japan (short-term), 2018.

The program provides PhD students or PhD researchers in the Europe and North America with opportunities to conduct collaborative research under the guidance of their hosts in universities and other Japanese institutions.

UCL Centre VEIV Advance Scholarship, University College London, 2017

The UCL Center VEIV Advance Scholarships are small grants worth £4,500. The award is to support three months’ work in writing and submitting a research proposal or business plan relating directly to VEIV themes.

Engineering Doctorate Studentship Award – Developing a New 3D Dataset with the Ordnance Survey, The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), 2013.

The award provides a tax-free stipend of £18,590 per annum for four years, plus support for travel and research.


Sep 2015 – Feb 2016: PhD teacher, The Brilliant Club

Jan 2015 – Jan 2017: IT Support, Age Concern