|Ph.D.||Civil and Environmental Engineering||Stanford University||1998|
|M.S.||Engineering-Economic Systems||Stanford University||1994|
|M.S.||Civil Engineering||Stanford University||1992|
|B.S.||Civil Engineering||Columbia University||1991|
|CSR/Rinker Professorship, U. of Florida||2002-2004|
|Order of the Engineer||2002 (inducted)|
|M. E. Rinker Eminent Scholar Workshop -
Construction Applications of 4D CAD
|ARCS Foundation Fellowship||1994-1995|
|National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship||1991-1994|
|Tau Beta Pi Graduate Fellowship||1991-1992|
|B. Charles Tiney Memorial ASCE Scholarship||1990-1991|
|Tau Beta Pi||1990 (inducted)|
|Chi Epsilon||1990 (inducted)|
|2004-present||Assistant Professor, University of Texas at Austin
Department of Civil Engineering web
CEPM Program (web)
|1999-2004||Assistant Professor, University of Florida
2002-2004 M.E. Rinker, Sr., School of Building Construction
1999-2002 Civil & Coastal Engineering
|1996-1998||Collaborative Structures, Inc., Boston, MA
(A venture capital backed start-up company serving the design and construction industry with Internet applications)1996-97 Project Manager and General Manager
1997-98 Vice President for Marketing and Product Development
|Associate Member, American Society of Civil Engineers|
|Member, Association of Computing Machinery|
|Champion, Supply Chain Management Thrust Area, International Group for Lean Construction|
I am interested in cost and information modeling of collaborative systems to aid construction industry efforts in design-build, supply-chain management, and e-commerce.
Current research projects include:
Subcontractor cost and information modeling, as part of a larger initiative in supply-chain management.
Determining the value of collaborative information technology (such as project web-sites) on design and construction projects.
Design and implementation of next generation collaborative systems, including integration of heterogeneous information and connection of distributed processes.
Much of this research is funded by the National Science Foundation through Information Technology Research (ITR), Partnership for Advanced Technology in Housing (PATH), and Scalable Enterprise Systems (SES) grants.
My broader interests include:
supply-chain management & lean construction
Internet and 4D CAD applications
contracting for collaboration
implementation issues associated with adoption of new systems
Ting-Kwei Wang, Ph.D..
Marcelo Azambuja, Ph.D.
Anthony Gonzales, M.S.
Mohsin Siddiqui, Ph.D.
Thuy Nguyen, Ph.D.
Youngcheol Kang, Ph.D.
Bin-Chao Liao, Ph.D.
Wenhan Hu, M.S.
Marc Distefano, M.S.
Keith Chow, M.S.
Jiangnan Yi, B.S.
Hong Long Chen (Assistant Professor, Department of Industrial Engineering and management, I-Shou University, Kaohsing, Taiwan)
Mohammad EL-Mashaleh (Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Hashemite University, Jordan)
Otto Fetterhoff (URS Corporation)
Haiyan Xie (Assistant Professor, Department of Construction Management, College of Engineering, University of Arkansas - Little Rock)
Dae Young Kim
ARE323K - Project Management & Economics
CE395Q.1 - Project Controls I
CE395Q.2 - Project Contols II
CE397V.1 - Ph.D. Research Seminar
Past (University of Florida)
BCN 5779 - Facilities Management & Operations
BCN 5905- Collaborative Design Processes (taught in conjunction with faculty at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; formerly CCE 6505)
BCN 5470- Production Systems in Construction (aka Construction Methods Improvement; formerly CGN 6905)
BCN 4709C/BCN 5705 - Construction Project Management
BCN 6933 - Human Factors
CGN 6905 - Research as a Modeling Process
EGN 4032 - Professional Issues
EGN 1002 - Introduction to Engineering