Dr. Linlang He
Dr. He received her Ph.D. in Public Policy at University of Maryland. Her research interests include performance evaluation of cross-functional and cross-boundary collaborative environmental management effort, the impact of urban agglomeration and economic integration on the involved regions’ environmental governance practices, and more broadly, the understanding of policy drivers and policy implications that are related to the interactions between biophysical and social processes. Her work is supported by NSF.
Shu is a Ph.D. student in Construction Management. He received his MSc in Architectural Engineering at Technical University of Denmark. His research focuses on the energy performance of buildings, energy-efficient buildings, advanced HVAC systems, and indoor environments. His work is supported by NSF.
Meng is a Ph.D. student in Construction Management. He received his MSc in Civil Engineering at Southeast University. His research focuses on sustainable infrastructure (e.g., EV charging station), smart decision system optimization, and multi-dimensional data analysis or fusion. His work is supported by NSF.
Duva is a Ph.D. Candidate in Construction Management. She received her MSc in Construction Management at Yildiz Technical University and BA in Architecture at Anadolu University Erasmus. Her research focuses on social network interventions in AEC projects. Her work is supported by NSF.
Mangla is an MS student in Construction Management. He received his degree in Civil Engineering from NMIMS University in Mumbai, India. He achieved his AIC Level I Certification in Fall 2022. His interests lie in the Commercial and Industrial Construction Industry where he focuses on expanding his expertise when he graduates in Spring 2023.
Searles is an MS student in Construction Management. She received her Bachelor degree in Sustainable Business and had Real Estate background. She is particularly interested in the relationship between the built environment and well-being and has a great appreciation for the value of nature. She is excited to improve the environment both indoors and out through advanced construction management practices.
Moran is an undergraduate student of Construction Management and REU assistant. His research focuses on the virtual design and construction informatics and construction safety. His work is supported by NSF.
Chai is an undergraduate student of Computer Science and REU assistant. Her research focuses on game development, data analysis, and web design. Her work is supported by NSF.
Zhu is an undergraduate student of Computer Science and REU assistant. His research focuses on webpage design, interactive games, and database. His work is supported by NSF.