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Prof Adisa Azapagic

Adisa's research interests are in the area of Engineering for Sustainable Development, which includes systems optimisation, sustainable technology, life cycle assessment, carbon footprinting and corporate sustainability. She has over 100 publications in these areas of interest, including three books.

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Systems analysis, Sustainability, Technology, Instrumentation, Production, Impact, Environment, Carbon, Management, Climate, Business, Social responsibility, Teaching, Education

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Dr Amanda Bamford

Amanda completed a BSc (Hons.) Applied Biology at Bath University and then went to University of Lancaster for her PhD studies. Her PhD at the University of Lancaster, in association with Letcombe Laboratory, Oxford, was funded by N.E.R.C. and titled: Fluxes of carbon and nitrogen in barley exposed to atmospheric nitrogen dioxide.

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Pollution, Climate, Cities, Climate change, Emissions, External engagement, Community, Engagement, Children, Education, Environment, Biology, Plants, Management, Sustainability, Teaching

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Mr Anas Bataw

Anas Bataw has a professional background as a chartered Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). He is currently half way through his Postgraduate research whilst contributing towards teaching within the University and working as a consultant for the BIM Academic forum across the UK.

Keywords: 
Building information modelling, Buildings, Information technology, Infrastructure, Civil engineering, Design, New build, Project management, Management, Risk, Assets, Business

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Mrs Anna Hiley

Anna's main research interests focus on the development of teaching and learning strategies to promote students' development of creative open-ended problem-solving skills and design abilities.

Keywords: 
Buildings, Design, New build, Project management, Management, Education, Teaching, Innovation, Universities, Impact, Sustainability, Climate, Climate change

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Mr Brent Wills

Brent is responsible for property management and standards, building surveying, electrical and mechanical engineering; energy management; asbestos management, space management; fire safety and for the management of all estates issues within the central administration.

Keywords: 
Buildings, Management, Standards, Evaluation, Electric and electronics, Engineering, Energy, Energy planning, Energy supply, Storage, Fire, Health and safety

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Dr Babis Theodoulidis

Main research areas: modelling, analysis and management of service systems. In particular, he investigates the design of service-based information systems, the temporal and spatial aspects of information, the analysis of information using data and text mining techniques (service analytics) with focus on customer analytics, the visualisation of information, and service information management issues within organisations such as information retention, audit and ownership.

Keywords: 
Information technology, Innovation, Business, Economy, Design, Service design, Engagement, Service analytics, Management, Knowledge exchange, Sustainability, Education, Teaching

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