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Associate Professor Ifte Ahmed

Associate Professor
School of Architecture and Built Environment

Policy and social aspects of disaster risk reduction, sustainable development goals, disaster resilience in the built environment, post-disaster housing.

Associate Professor Graham Brewer

Associate Professor
School of Architecture and Built Environment

Project management, construction management, disaster preparedness, sustainable development, disaster risk reduction, disaster risk reduction.

Associate Professor Thayaparan Gajendran

Associate Professor
School of Architecture and Built Environment

Resilience, cultural built heritage, adaptation and conservation, disaster preparedness, risk management, climate change.

Associate Professor Temitope Egbelakin

Associate Professor and Executive Director
School of Architecture and Built Environment

Disaster resilience, smart and resilient cities and informatics, maintenance and adaptive reuse of buildings.

Dr Helen Giggins

Senior Lecturer
School of Architecture and Built Environment

Post-disaster reconstruction, information modelling, data security, resilient communities, cultural heritage, trust and privacy.

Mr Thomas Johnson

Associate Lecturer
School of Architecture and Built Environment

Disaster resilience of internally displaced people and refugees, mainstreaming of disaster risk reduction in humanitarian projects, disaster waste management

Dr Sittimont Kanjanabootra

Senior Lecturer
School of Architecture and Built Environment

Digital display of bushfires, scenario-based computer game to safely teach undergraduate students lessons from the frontline.

Associate Professor Jamie MacKee

Associate Professor
School of Architecture and Built Environment

Resilience, cultural built heritage, adaptation and conservation, disaster preparedness, risk management, climate change.

Dr Kim Maund

Head of Discipline Construction Management
School of Architecture and Built Environment

Understand and map policy systems to assist communities build capacity, become resilient and ultimately reduce impacts from future disaster events.