a bit about me:
I am currently a Graduate Research Assistant in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology.
I have been working as a civil engineering PhD student in the area of Construction Engineering and Management since 2010 led by advisor Prof. Jochen Teizer and Prof. Charles M. Eastman. My research focuses on the integration of Building Information Modeling (BIM) with Construction Management for the purpose of improving construction safety and health. I am actively involved in project funded by Digital Building Laboratory and giving presentations in several conferences in the area of AEC-FM (architecture, engineering, construction, and facility management). My ultimate research goal is to pursue “a safer working environment for construction workers” based on my interdisciplinary studies in Civil Engineering, Computer Science and Architecture. Recently, I focus on developing a rule-based checking system for construction safety planning and simulation. I graduated from Tongji University with Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Management.