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Keynote Speakers

 Chimay Anumba.png Prof. Chimay Anumba

Dean and Professor, Colleage of Design, Construction and Planning at University of Florida. A Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering (the UK’s National Academy of Engineering), he worked as a Project Engineer and as a Design Engineer before undertaking postgraduate research in Civil Engineering at the University of Leeds, UK.  His academic career began as a Senior Lecturer and Reader at the University of Teesside, UK. He moved to Loughborough University (UK) in 1998 and was founding Director of the Centre for Innovative and Collaborative Engineering (CICE) and Professor of Construction Engineering & Informatics until December 2007. He is a past Chair of the European Group for Intelligent Computing in Engineering (EG-ICE) and has been on the governing Council of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE). His research interests are in the fields of construction engineering, advanced engineering informatics, concurrent engineering, knowledge management, collaborative communications, and project management. He has won several awards for his work and has been (or is) a Visiting Professor/Scholar at more than 10 universities in N. America, Europe, Asia and Africa – including MIT, Stanford and Tsinghua.
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Robin Nicolson.png Robin Nicolson
Robin Nicholson joined Cullinans in 1979 he is now Senior Partner. He has worked on a wide range of masterplanning, health, university and other education projects both in the UK and abroad; he has lectured extensively about the practice’s work, on climate change and changes in the UK construction industry. Previously he had worked for James Stirling in London (1969-73 and 1974-76) and Cristian Boza in Chile (1973) and taught at the Bartlett and the Polytechnic of North London. In 2015 Robin celebrated five years as Chairman of the Cambridgeshire Quality Panel, 19 years as Convenor of the Edge and 35 years as a partner/director of Cullinan Studio (formerly Edward Cullinan Architects). In 2015 the Edge published ‘Collaboration for Change’ on the future of professionalism.
In 2013 Robin gave the 9th Happold Medal Lecture in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Construction Industry Council and was appointed an Honorary Professor at the University of Nottingham. In 2012/13 Robin visited Brazil twice to promote the benefit of Design Review processes in a series of workshops and lectures. One trip to Rio de Janeiro was organised by the Ministry of Cities and one by the University of Reading.
Robin was appointed chair of the Cambridgeshire Quality Panel in 2010 to monitor the quality of the expansion of Cambridge and the surrounding market towns. He is a member of NHBC Foundation Expert Panel having been a non-executive director of NHBC (2007 to 2014). Robin was appointed joint Deputy Chair of CABE in December 2008 where he was a Commissioner from 2002 - 2010, chairing the Enabling Panel and leading on climate change; he was one of the authors of the CABE publication ‘The Cost of Bad Design’ (2006).
Robin was awarded a CBE for Services to Architecture in 1999, an Honorary Fellowship of the Institution of Structural Engineers in 2002 and an Honorary Fellowship of Chartered Institute of Building Services in 2013.  He is Convenor of the interdisciplinary construction industry think-tank, the Edge. Robin is a member of the Editorial Board of Building Research and Information (2002 - ). He was a founder member of the Movement for Innovation Board (1998-02), a founder member of the Design Quality Indicator development team and he was a member of the DETR Urban Sounding Board (2001-3). Robin was Chairman of the Construction Industry Council (1998-2000) and a Vice-President of the RIBA (1992-1994).  In 2008 Robin was appointed chair of a zero carbon task force advising DCSF ministers on zero carbon schools; the recommendations were accepted by the Secretary of State, Ed Balls, in January 2010 and then abandoned by Michael Gove.
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王清勤.jpg  Prof. Qingqin Wang

Prof. Wang Qingqin,Vice President of China Academy of Building Research (CABR), Ph.D, Ph.D. adviser.
Prof. Wang Qingqin is a State Class Person of National Talents Engineering of China, and enjoys government special allowance of the State Council, deputy chief of Implementation Panel of National R & D Programs in the Eleventh Five-year Plan Period, deputy director of Management Office of the National R & D Programs of MOHURD. He is also the director of Disaster Prevention Research Center of MOHURD (Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development).
Prof. Wang Qingqin also takes the following positions: Vice Chairman of China Green Building Council (China GBC), member expert of Appraisal Committee of Green Building Label of MOHURD, director of academic board of CABR, director of The State Key Lab of Building Safety and Built Environment, director of National Center for Building Engineering Technology Research, Vice president of China Building Energy Efficiency Association, and executive director of Chinese Association for Laboratory Animal Sciences, etc.
Prof. Wang Qingqin takes in charge of over ten important key scientific research projects of National Key Research Programs in the Ninth and Tenth Five-Year Plan Periods, and National R & D Programs in eleventh Five-Year Plan Period, Science & Technology Program of MOHURD, and Scientific Research Institutes Special Programs of Ministry of Science and Technology.
Prof. Wang Qingqin is the editor-in-chief of 8 national standards such as Evaluation Standard for Energy Efficiency Buildings (GB/T50668), Architectural and Technical Code for Biosafety Laboratories (GB50346), Assessment Standard for Green Retrofitting of Existing Buildings (GB/T51141), and Code for Construction and Acceptance of Infectious Disease Hospitals (GB50686), Assessment standard for green store building(GB/T51100). He has been awarded 11 provincial prizes for scientific achievements, co-published 12 books, and published over 80 academic papers.

Presentation Title: Green Retrofit of existing



yao photo.jpg Prof. Runming Yao

Professor Runming Yao is a State Appointed Global Expert Professor based in Chongqing University. She is also a Profess of University of Reading.  She is a Founding Director of the Joint International Research Laboratory of Green Buildings and Built Environments, granted by the Ministry of Education, based in Chongqing University. University of Cambridge and University of Reading are two key founding International partners of the Lab. She is a Fellow of the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (FCIBSE), a Member of American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers (MASHRAE), a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Building ( FCIOB), and a Fellow of Higher  Education Academy( FHA). She sits in the International Energy Agent (IEA) Panels of Annex 61 and Annex 66.  She is a peer review College Member of the UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC). She has been a referee for numerous national research councils including Netherlands (NOW), Portugal (FCT) and Hong Kong (RGC). She is a Committee Member of the China Green Building Council; Editor-in-Chief of the Building Engineering, Elsevier Journal. She has a broad research interests in the sustainable built environment with focuses on energy efficiency and environment in buildings. Currently she is a Principal Investigator of a 125 million Yuan National Key Research and Innovation Project ‘Solutions to Heating and Cooling Buildings in the Yangtze River Region’ funded by the Ministry of Science and Technology. 

Presentation Title: Challenges and integrated solutions to heating and cooling of buildings in Yangtze River region