Haibo FengNorthumbria University
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|Newcastle, United Kingdom|
|Member since||Sep 19, 2018|
AboutHaibo Feng is an Assistant Professor in Northumbria University UK
DetailsHaibo Feng started his faculty position in 2020 at Northumbria University. He received the PhD degree at The University of British Columbia (UBC) in 2020. He received his Master degree from UBC in September 2013. He worked in the green building and LEED consulting firm for three years in Vancouver before he started his PhD studies.
Haibo’s research area is in Green/Smart building, Life Cycle Sustainability Assessment, Building Information Modeling and Building Energy Performance. His current research is aiming to improve whole-building life cycle performance through the development of a whole-building environmental product declaration and optimization of environmental, social, and economic performance.
Haibo received the Canadian post-doctoral studies fellowship from NSERC, and the top Canadian graduate scholarship NSERC-CGS for his PhD studies. Haibo also received the NSERC Michael Smith Foreign Study Supplement scholarship and conducted a half year visiting study in ETH Zurich. Ever since haibo started the graduate studies, he has already published over 10 journals and conference papers. Haibo was also in the President's advisory committee for the selection of VP Research in UBC.
In addition to his research, Haibo is also actively engaged in professional practice. He has three years of site experience in the building construction management industry in the Dubai and Kuwait. He also received the PMP and LEED AP certificate due to his experience. Currently, he is also running a consulting firm that is providing professional construction management services for the Green Building industry.
Research InterestsBuilding energy/carbon performance
Life Cycle Sustainability Assessment
Building Information Modeling
Smart building/smart cities
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|09 Jun 2020||Webinar: Innovation in LCA of Emerging Technologies: Forum I|