Search results for 'Buildings' (19)
Anthony J Smith
Anthony is a Senior Lecturer in Geotechnical Engineering, and Level 4 Tutor. He is Module Leader for Civil Engineering Design Project and co-Lecturer in Engineering Materials Science (BSc and BEng) and Geotechnical Engineering (BSc, BEng and MSc).
Barry is an industry experienced engineer working across all sectors of Civil Engineering both Nationally and Internationally now brings that experience into the classroom, Barry teaches Surveying & CAD, and CE Technical Project to Level 4 students.
Alison is currently a Senior Lecturer and Professional Lead in Building Surveying at the School of the Built Environment at Leeds Beckett University.
Professor Mohammed Dulaimi has worked in universities in the UK, Singapore and UAE leading the development and delivery of teaching and research in construction management and project management (construction and generic).
Mark is the Head of Subject for Surveying, Construction and Project Management which delivers a varied range of technical courses. He is a chartered building surveyor with over 20 years experience in the industry and he is still active in consultancy work for local companies, specialising in timber and damp investigations.
Killian is a Senior Lecturer and chartered civil engineer with significant industry experience of designing and managing the delivery of major highway and transport infrastructure. He specialises in the teaching of highway engineering and transport studies, with research interests in sustainable materials, sustainable travel and construction techniques.
Hadi is a senior lecturer in the School of Built Environment and Engineering. He has got a degree in Civil Engineering and an MSc in Construction Project Management with years of experience in the industry and academia.
Mike is the Course Director for Undergraduate and Post Graduate programmes in Building Services Engineering. Mike qualified with a BEng (Hons) Mechatronics in 2001 and an MEng Electronics and Telecommunications in 2003. Mike joined Leeds Beckett as a Senior Lecturer in 2013.
Professor David Johnston
David is a Professor of Building Performance Evaluation within Leeds Sustainability Institute. Over twenty five years’ experience of applied and theoretical research and consultancy in low carbon housing and a leading expert in coheating testing and building performance evaluation.
Tom is the Course Director for all undergraduate Civil Engineering courses at the University. Tom has been with the University since 2007, delivering lectures across many modules. Tom now specialises as a civil engineering management lecturer.
Dr David Glew
Dr David Glew is a Reader at the Leeds Sustainability Institute (LSI), project manager for major interdisciplinary building performance evaluation (BPE) research projects and is also the LSI Doctoral Program Coordinator.
Craig Stott (MEng, BArch, MA, ARB) is a Project Office co-director, Architect and Senior Architecture Lecturer at the Leeds School of Architecture, Leeds Beckett University.
Jim is a Principal Lecturer in Quantity Surveying. He has over 30 years experience in teaching and management in Higher Education. Jim is a chartered quantity surveyor and a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Professor Chris Gorse
Christopher Gorse is a Professor of Construction and Project Management, Director of the Leeds Sustainability Institute and Head of the Centre for the Built Environment, Low Carbon and Sustainability Research Group, with over 20 years research and consultancy experience.
Dr Karen Horwood
Karen is a geographer and planner. She has a particular interest in women and planning, and is convening the Women and Planning in the UK conference May 2019.
Professor Jiamei Deng
Dr Jiamei Deng joined Leeds Beckett as Professor of Artificial Intelligence, Control and Energy as part of the Leeds Sustainability Institute. Her research interests lie in improving efficiency for buildings; renewable energy technologies; safety monitoring for nuclear power plants, the manufacturing industry and transport systems; virtual sensor design; and data analysis.
Dr Quintin Bradley
Dr Quintin Bradley is a Senior Lecturer in Planning and Housing and leads research into community planning and its impact on housing supply. His work is published in peer reviewed international journals and he is the author of books on the tenants' movement and on localism and neighbourhood planning.