Jiawei Fu is a full-time PhD candidate at James Cook University, based in Townsville, Queensland. Jiawei has a background in Landscape Architecture and her research interests encompass urban green space and urban microclimate. The central theme of her current PhD research is ‘how the spatial distribution of vegetation influences microclimate and human thermal comfort in […]
Our third guest for our April ECR profile is Waldemar Jenek. Waldemar is a full-time PhD candidate in the School of Architecture and Built Environment and a part of the urban informatics group within QUT. His background is in architecture and media architecture, and his principal research interests are how architects can utilise software to […]
Our March ECR profile features Dr Ayodeji Temitope Adeniyi. Ayodeji is an urban researcher (PhD), architectural practitioner (B.Arch) and urban designer (M.Urb.Des). He is a proponent of multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary research, and he has published in the fields of housing affordability and master-planned housing. Ayodeji is also committed to mixed-method applications. His PhD in planning, […]
The recordings of the AECURN 2021 Symposium and the ACRN Panel are now available below and in our archives. For reference, the full event schedule is available here.We thank once again our fabulous speakers. AECURN Symposium 16th February 2021 Opening Invited Speaker, A/Prof Gemma Read Invited Speaker, Dr Lavinia Poruschi Invited Speaker, Dr Rachael Cole-Hawthorne […]
Every month we will profile an Early Career Researcher working in urban research, and our first guest is Ryan McNeilly Smith, a full-time PhD student at the BASC Lab, University of the Sunshine Coast. Ryan is a planner and urban designer working across research and practice. In his PhD, he is investigating bioclimatic urban design […]
Tomorrow, 19th February, from 10am to 12pm we will host the second part of our AECURN Qld 2021 Symposium. We will have five panelists, Professor Susan Thompson, Ms Dyan Currie, and three Early Career Researchers who gave great presentations at our event on Tuesday: Abraham Leung, Anna McKinlay and Ayodeji Adeniyi. The broad theme, given […]
On 16th February 2021, between 9am and 12pm, the AECURN Qld 2021 Symposium will bring three presentations by Associate Professor Gemma Read, Dr Lavinia Poruschi and Dr Rachael Cole-Hawthorne (bios available here). Following up these presentations, 11 Queensland-based Urban Early Career Researchers will present their work. The full preliminary schedule is available here, and below […]
Below is a short biography of our speakers and panelists for the AECURN Early Career Researcher Presentations and Talks and for the AECURN/ACRN Presentation and Discussion Panel. You can click on their names to read more about their work. Registrations can be made here.
Abstract submissions for the AECURN Symposium presentations are now closed, but registrations for both AECURN Early Career Researcher Presentations and Talks and for the Joint AECURN/ACRN Presentation and Discussion Panel are still open. Registrations are open for one or both events, and you can register here. Registrations are needed so we can send you the webinar […]
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