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Edwin Lee

Research background

Edwin is a Research Associate in Digital Innovation and Policy within CDBB and the Cambridge University Judge Business School. His Ph.D. (in Management) from Cass Business School focuses on continuous and cross-disciplinary, and he also holds an M.Phil. and B.A. from the University of Cambridge.

CDBB projects involved with

Edwin works on the project “Digital transformation and transition towards a smart built environment” with Professor Michael Barrett at the Judge Business School.

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Dr Sabina Maslova

Research background

A human geographer by background, Dr Sabina Maslova's research interests include migrant housing, professional migration, housing decision-making, expatriates, residential mobility, and transnational work.

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Dr Hannah Holmes

Research background

I completed my PhD on territorial stigma in the regeneration of Middlehaven Middlesbrough within the Department of Geography at Durham University. My research interests include urban marginality, territorial stigma, gentrification, and governance.

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Dr Richmond Ehwi

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Read more at: Future Cities in the making – overcoming barriers to information modelling in socially responsible cities

Future Cities in the making – overcoming barriers to information modelling in socially responsible cities

What questions are City Information Modelling (CIM) and Building Information Modelling (BIM) best suited to answer? This project examines what digital information is commonly available in UK cities and what new information can be retrieved from the built environment through BIM to aid planning. It...

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Read more at: Pedagogy and Upskilling Network

Pedagogy and Upskilling Network

This research network aims to: establish the existing landscape; determine the current position and future vision in relation to other industry bodies that are fundamental in shaping the future of built environment education and training; establish the bottlenecks in the adoption and implementation...

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Read more at: Visualising the Future: Big Data and the Built Environment

Visualising the Future: Big Data and the Built Environment

Building on four years of material generated by the Cambridge Forum for Sustainability and Environment, this report examines the future use of big data in the built environment. Experts from academia, government and private companies were invited to join monthly discussions in the Forum over four...

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Read more at: Building Impulse: A novel digital toolkit for productive, healthy and resource-efficient buildings

Building Impulse: A novel digital toolkit for productive, healthy and resource-efficient buildings

This project aimed to create a toolkit for capturing occupant satisfaction with their environment in buildings in order to feed the next generation of smart buildings with a more holistic set of metrics for comfort and enjoyment of a space. The toolkit consists of a range of existing sensors and...

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Read more at: Future Cities and BIM

Future Cities and BIM

This project addresses the question of how European cities are adapting to BIM, and what awareness there is of BIM in future city thinking and strategies, particularly around Smart Cities. It also looks at what tools and policies are being used to take forward BIM in city development and thinking...

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Read more at:  Designing Safe Complex Environments

Designing Safe Complex Environments

Using the principles of universal design, this project aims to create a VR environment that reduces usability issues such as balance in order to test virtual built environment designs with users who have a balance or sensory impairment.

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