Yangang Xing is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Architecture Design and the Built Environment.
Available for postgraduate supervision (PhD or MPhil) in Green Building Technology, Smart Building and Nature Based Solutions. Please find the link to current PhD scholarship opportunity https://www.ntu.ac.uk/research/research-degrees-at-ntu/phd-studentships
Research Interests in Architectural science and Sustainability which spans the low energy buildings technologies, nature-based solutions, smart cities to biomimicry. Dr Xing has been developing innovative applications of building physics research tools and, in a broader context, systemic modelling and assessment of future post-carbon built environment. Dr Xing is devoted to identifying and developing new research activities uncapping the full potentials of multidisciplinary collaboration tackling the grand challenges facing society on the horizon. Dr Xing completed his PhD in Dynamic system simulation for sustainability planning and has participated EPSRC-funded research projects focusing on methodological and technical innovations supporting building and urban sustainability. Apart from academic research, Dr Xing also has industrial experiences working for architectural and engineering consultancy firms specialized in discovering economic viable low/zero carbon building design and urban planning solutions.
Dr Yangang Xing is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHA) and a Member of the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers Association (MCIBSE).
Sponsors and collaborators
Welsh Assembly Government and Higher Education Funding Council for Wales
European Regional Structural and Investment Fund