Yu Zheng is an Architectural Heritage Conservation Architect who has been engaged in architectural and related cultural heritage conservation for nearly two decades. He received a bachelor’s degree in architecture from the School of Architecture of Tsinghua University in 1999. After three years of residential planning and design, he graduated from the same school in the study of architectural history and conservation theory. He obtained his master’s degree in engineering in 2005 and continued to work in the field of heritage conservation (master planning, surveying and mapping, restoration design, and site technical services). Since 2014, he has been general manager and director of Beijing GuoWenYan Conservation Science and Information Technology Co., Ltd. He applied the various digital recording technologies to the murals and painted sculptures investigating work which closely integrated with heritage buildings. He published The Digital Surveying and Mapping Report on the Mural of Baofan Temple (2018), and the Specification for Digitalized Surveying and Mapping of Wall Painting in Historic Building (2017).
PhD, Architecture – Carleton University, 2020-present
Master of Engineering, School of Architecture, Tsinghua University, 2005
Bachelor of Architecture, School of Architecture, Tsinghua University, 1999
ARCC4207/ARCN 5100W Advanced Building Assessment