Environmental Technology and Management:
The work of the Environmental Technology and Management Research Group is diverse and interdiciplinary. Our environmental technology researchers work in the areas of constructed wetlands, sustainable drainage, waste water processing and rain water harvesting. Our environmental management research projects span ecotourism, sustainability appraisal and coastal zone management.
Materials, Structures and Geotechnics:
The Materials, Structures and Geotechnics Research Group actively researches advanced fibre composites in engineering structures. Our group consists of four distinct teams who undertake research into Advanced Composite Structures, Construction Materials Engineering, Safety and Security Engineering, and Geotechnical Stability and Testing.
Construction Management and Surveying:
The Construction Management and Surveying Research Group focuses on sustainable construction; the integration of technology in design and production; management structures, organizational frameworks and supply chains; and construction and property law. We conduct research into the Application of Computer Systems in Construction, the Contemporary Challenges of Sustainability and Regeneration, the Integration of Design and Construction Processes, and Construction and Property Cost, Value and Legal Issues.
Sustainable Urban and Architectural design, Low Carbon initiatives and Materials:
This area focuses on the investigation of strategies leading to sustainable cities, from the macro to the individual project. his priority area has direct links with the University of Portsmouth Environment Network (UPEN) and the Future Living Network.
Design and Practice:
Focused on the relationship between academic research, knowledge transfer, teaching and the local communities, this priority area aims to develop design frameworks, methodologies and theories.
Theory, history and context:
This priority area focuses on the construction of new historiographical discourses in architecture and urbanism, the values of social and cultural contexts and the elaboration of theoretical frameworks that inform design-based research.
New media, representation and the experience of space:
This area focuses on how digital media, new interfaces and tools inform architectural, interior and urban design practices. Some interdisciplinary projects of this area explore the cross-over of architecture and neuroscience, as well as the relationship between body and space, considered through the frames of embodied practices, tacit knowledge and drawing and making.
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