Research in The Lincoln School of Architecture and the Built Environment is undertaken through three overlapping research themes.
Staff work collaboratively across the themes, with other schools within the University, and with other institutions nationally and internationally.
For information about research in the School please contact Prof Behzad Sodagar, Director of Research.
Researchers within this theme are engaged in work that addresses innovation in construction science, contemporary and traditional building materials and techniques, fabrication efficiency and the management of building processes.
For further information contact: Prof Stephen Pretlove
This research theme is concerned with relationships between the cultural, social and spatial characteristics of built environments and communities. This work includes analysis of the spatial morphology of informal settlements, which are a growing global phenomenon. This theme is also concerned with the health and wellbeing of societies, with an emphasis on the challenges facing an increasingly aging population.
For further information contact: Prof Glen Mills
The focus of this research theme is theoretical and applied research concerned with reducing the environmental impact of buildings and cities to safeguard the environment as well as to enhance the health and wellbeing of people.
For further information contact: Prof Behzad Sodagar