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My research and teaching experience span the field of sustainable architecture design and architectural engineering design. I completed my PhD in sustainable built environment from the University of New South Wales (UNSW), Australia, in 2011. Prior to joining UNNC in 2013, I worked as an urban design studio tutor and sessional lecturer at UNSW, and then a Lead Consultant/Technical Manager in the Eco-city Research Center, Siemens Corporate Technology. My research interest lies primarily in four areas: 1) Sustainable eco city development; 2) Building life cycle material, energy and carbon modelling and analysis; 3) Passive house technologies in the hot summer and cold winter climate; 4) Building prototyping and modeling.

I have published a monograph (co-author with Ali Cheshmehzangi) with Palgrave Macmillan, entitled “Eco-development in China: cities, communities and buildings”. This book was granted the China New Development Award by the Springer Nature in August 2019 for “its exceptional contributions to the UN Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) of Sustainable Cities and Communities”.




I have obtained the PGCHE certificate for teaching in the undergraduate courses from the British Higher Education Academy. The course modules I am currently convening are:

EE1PBL - People, Building and Landscape – architecture year 1 module

EE2ESA – Environmental Science for Architects 2 – architecture year 2 module

K12AD4 – Architectural Engineering Design 4 – AEE year 2 module

I am also contributing to teaching for:

EE3IDA – Integrated Design in Architecture 3

EE2DSA – Architectural Design Studio 2

K12AD3 – Architectural Engineering Design 3  


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