Dr. Bin Jiang is Professor in GeoInformatics and Computational Geography at University of Gävle, Sweden. He worked in the past with The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and University College London’s Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis. He is the primary developer of the software tool Axwoman (http://giscience.hig.se/binjiang/axwoman/) for topological analysis of very large street networks. He invented the new classification scheme head/tail breaks (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Head/tail_Breaks) for scaling analysis of big data. He is the founding chair of the International Cartographic Association Commission on Geospatial Analysis and Modeling. He used to be Associate Editor of international journal Computer, Environment and Urban Systems (2009-2014), and is currently Academic Editor of open access journal PLOS ONE, and Associate Editor of Cartographica. His research interests center on geospatial analysis and modeling of urban structure and dynamics, e.g., agent-based modeling, scaling hierarchy, and topological analysis applied to street networks, cities, and geospatial big data. Inspired by Christopher Alexander’s work, he developed a mathematical model of beauty, which helps address why a design is beautiful, and how much beauty the design has. One can refer to his ResearchGate and Google Scholar pages for more details on what he specializes in.