Sustainable Architecture and Built Environments: Buildings and Cities

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Sustainable Architecture and Built Environments: Buildings and Cities

The focus of this 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.

 

Key areas:

  • Sustainable design and construction
  • Sustainable planning and development
  • Low energy building design
  • Building performance analysis
  • In situ thermal measurements and monitoring
  • Post occupancy evaluation
  • User comfort and satisfaction
  • Whole life cycle assessment of buildings
  • Energy management and carbon foot printing
  • Eco-refurbishment/conversion
  • Building Information Modelling (BIM)
  • Data Integration Design (Big Data and the Internat of Things)

For further information contact: Professor Behzad Sodagar

 NamePositionContact

Professor Behzad Sodagar (Lead)

Professor of Sustainable Architecture and Director of Research

01522 83 7141

Professor Glen Mills

Head of the School of Architecture and the Built Environment

01522 83 7043

Professor Stephen Pretlove

Deputy Head of the School of Architecture and the Built Environment

01522 83 5767

Professor Hugh Byrd

Professor of Architecture


01522 83 5721

Dr Amira Elnokaly

Principal Lecturer


01522 83 7178

Dr Marcin Kolakowski

Senior Lecturer



Dr Jill Zhao

Lecturer in Architecture: Construction Technology

01522 83 7193

Dr Mohammad Qabshoqa

Lecturer in Architecture: CAD and Building Information Modelling (BIM)

01522 83 5813

Dr Saad Sarhan

Lecturer in Construction Management / Programme Leader

01522 83 5395

Dr Primali Paranagamage

Senior Lecturer


01522 83 7175