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User Centred Systems for Adaptive and Responsive Built Environments

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The seminar will focus on adaptive and responsive built environments by understanding and enabling human-building interactions with the goal of improving efficiency while increasing user satisfaction in buildings. The seminar will cover innovative methods for continuous and real-time sensing of both building behaviour and user behaviour in a non-invasive manner, autonomous learning and mathematical modelling of behaviour using subjective user and objective built environment data, as well as, building trust between users of automation and various kinds of automation in a built environment. The seminar will include demonstrations of specific approaches and recent research of the Innovation in Integrated Informatics Laboratory.

This talk is part of the Laing O'Rourke Centre Seminars series.

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