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Dr Robert Doe

Dr Robert Doe


+44 (0)29 2087 0367
Room 1.36, Bute Building, King Edward VII Avenue, Cardiff, CF10 3NB
Available for postgraduate supervision


Lecturer: MSc course, Computational Methods in Architecture. Researcher: integrated computational design methods and processes; prefabrication and computation.

External activities

Reviewer: Architectural Science Review.

Dr. Robert Doe was awarded his PhD in the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning, University of Sydney. He is also a UK and Australian registered architect, with experience of architectural practice in Brisbane and in the UK where he specialised in social housing and prefabrication. He completed a Master of Studies Degree, Inter-disciplinary Design in the Built Environment, at Cambridge University between 1996-98. In Australia he has tutored architectural students at Queensland University of Technology, Griffith University, and has lectured in computational design methods at Bond University. His research interests combine his experience in practice with emerging computational design tools which promise to improve design processes and their outcomes.




Teaching profile

Research Preparation

Research interests

Computational design methods and tools:

  1. Integration of tools and methods
  2. Building performance simulation
  3. Prefabrication and fabrication

Main expertise

Integration of computational design methods and tools. Computation and prefabrication. Building performance simulation.

Supervisory role


Additional supervision interests

Building simulation and modelling. Prefabricated and fabricated home design. Prefabrication and industrialised building systems.