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Staff engaged in virtual environments and visualisation research

Virtual Environments and Visualisation

EE Brainaagnew Staffprofile 255Professor Brian Agnew
Professor of Energy and the Environment
BTech, MSc, PhD CEng, FIMechE
I joined Engineering and Environment at Northumbria University after working for nearly 25 years at Newcastle University. I continue to work on modelling thermal systems and encompassing aspects of the... more>>


EE Ruthdalton Staffprofile 100Professor Ruth Conroy Dalton
Professor of Building Usability and Visualisation
Professor Dalton is an alumna of University College London. As a licensed architect, she has worked for Foster and Partners (London) and Sheppard Robson Corgan Architects (London) and key projects upon... more>>


EE David GreenwoodProfessor David Greenwood
Professor of Construction Management
PhD MA MSc FCIOB PGDip Const Mgt
David graduated from Cambridge University and his postgraduate qualifications include an MSc in Construction Management (Herriot-Watt University), and a PhD from the Department of Construction Engineering... more>>


EE Emine Thompson Staffprofile 100Dr Emine Mine Thompson
Senior Lecturer
I joined Northumbria University in September 2005 and work as a Senior Lecturer in Visualisation within the Department of Architecture and Built Environment. I have received a BA in Landscape Architecture... more>>


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