Profiles in "The Built Environment" Expertise Area

  • Pavlic works in interdisciplinary decision-making problems in natural and artificial autonomous systems. He was the founding associate director of research for The Biomimicry Center at ASU.
  • Dr. Adams is a behavioral scientist and epidemiologist with a background in psychology, behavioral sciences, and public health.
  • Sailor's research cuts across disciplines of urban planning, geography, climate science, and engineering to improve understanding of relationships among built infrastructure, urban thermal and air quality environments, and associated societal outcomes.
  • Hamilton applies an interdisciplinary approach to quantify pathogenic microorganism in environmental media using multiple culture-based and molecular biology methods, and develops risk models.
  • Dr. Yeom is a researcher and educator with a strong interest in human-building interaction, high-performance building, indoor environment quality, and sustainable building design.
  • Bauer is an assistant professor of interactive media and games.
  • Sharp is an architect, sustainability expert, researcher and educator who conducts research across multiple dimensions of sustainability with a focus on human-building interactions.