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Brunel University London Architecture & the Built Environment PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

We have 7 Brunel University London Architecture & the Built Environment PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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We have 7 Brunel University London Architecture & the Built Environment PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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A sustainability analysis of sea ports

Port expansion is often cited as a key enabler for commercial activity and national or regional economic prosperity, whether in developed or developing nations. Read more

Developing resilient hospitals through agent-based modelling

Approximate one-fifth of UK confirmed COVID-19 cases and the majority of the infected frontline healthcare workers are associated with healthcare-acquired infections due to contaminated built environments. Read more

A sustainability analysis of airports

Airport expansion is often cited as a key enabler for commercial activity and national or regional economic prosperity, whether in the developed or developing nations. Read more

Construction and demolition waste management

The building sector is amongst the major resource consuming and waste generating sectors of the economy. The paradigm of the circular economy has the potential to overcome the problems that resulted due to the adoption of the linear economic model by the construction industry. Read more

Design for meaning

Problem Statement. With the increasing availability of affordable products, systems and services the attention of architects and designers is turning more-and-more to the properties of “experience” and “meaning”. Read more

Design fictions

With the dramatically increasing rate of technological and societal change it is becoming more-and-more difficult to estimate future trends and to design complex systems which take many years to develop. Read more
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