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Research Interests

Research Interests

Sustainable urban development

Sustainability assessment tools (BREEAM and LEED)

Urban indicator development

Sustainable energy in buildings,

People-centred planning for cities

Personal profile

Dr Ayotunde Dawodu joined the Department of Architecture and Built Environment of the University of Nottingham, Ningbo China (UNNC) in 2019. At UNNC, Ayotunde has executed several building and urban based projects, which include, inter alia, predictive energy modelling for buildings, survey techniques for planning integrated design, meta-analysis, and qualitative research on sustainability indicators.

His current research is focused on Neighbourhood, Campus and Building Sustainability Assessment Tools. Tools under investigation include BREEAM, LEED, CASBEE etc. Ayotunde has also worked on practical projects that include ‘green infrastructure’, ‘eco-city development’, ‘sustainable neighbourhoods and cities in developing nations’, ‘energy and cooling’, ‘low-carbon town planning’, and ‘sustainable neighbourhoods in China.’ He is also one of the very few people in China certified professionally as a BREEAM Accredited International New Construction Assessor and BREEAM Accredited Trainer.

Additionally, Ayotunde investigates the implication of Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) in attaining urban sustainability in various cities of developing countries. To this end, he has published a two-book called ‘Sustainable Urban Development in the Age of Climate Change: People, the Cure or Curse’ and ‘Sustainable Urbanism in China.

Teaching

I am a Module Convener in the modules below;

  • Introduction to renewable energy (IRA3): He teaches the fundamentals passive design in buildings and urban area and design calculations of renewable energy conversion technologies.
  • Architectural Engineering Design (AED3): His teaching is focused on design of natural ventilation and air-conditioning systems for buildings.
  • Energy and Waste (EaW): He teaches topics of waste management practices and policies and Waste to energy Conversion technologies.

 

I am a Module Contributors in the modules below.

  • Integrated Design Architecture (IDA3): He teaches Integration in Sustainable Urban Design to Year 3 Architecture students. He teaches concepts related to sustainability such as the application of sustainability assessment tool in buildings and Urban environment.
  • He also teaches students participatory approach to urban development and how to integrate SDGS in planning processes for the development of sustainable communities and cities.
  • Architectural Environment Design (AED 1): He teaches the sustainability segment for buildings and urban environment: The topic includes Low Carbon Development, Green Infrastructure, Ecology and Biodiversity, Climate Change Adaptation and Local Environment, Health and Wellbeing of the Built Environment.
  • Eco and Smart Cities Modelling Design (MSC Module): He teaches the segment on sustainable and healthy buildings, and the use of assessment tools with digital technology.

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