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Dr. Wei PAN  潘巍 博士

 

PhD MSc BSc(Eng) PgCert MCIOB CEnv FHEA 

 

Executive Director, Centre for Innovation in Construction and Infrastructure Development

Associate Professor in Construction Engineering & Management

 

香港大學建造及基建創新研究中心  執行總監

香港大學土木工程系  副教授 博士生導師

 

Address: The University of Hong Kong

                 Department of Civil Engineering

                 Pokfulam, Hong Kong

Phone:    +852 2859 2671

Fax:         +852 2559 5337

E-mail:     wpan@hku.hk

Webpage: http:\\web.hku.hk\~wpan  

 

 

 

Dr Wei Pan is Executive Director of HKU Centre for Innovation in Construction and Infrastructure Development (CICID), Chair of the Low Carbon Construction (LCC) Taskforce, and Associate Professor in Construction Engineering & Management at Department of Civil Engineering of The University of Hong Kong (HKU).

 

Dr Pan is specialised in sustainable construction engineering and management. His research interest covers zero carbon building, modelling of buildings’ energy use and carbon emissions, life cycle analysis, off-site production, prefabrication, modular building, construction automation and robotics, lean construction, and decision making of technological innovation.

 

Dr Pan has attracted over HK$47 million research funding from a number of organisations including the Research Grants Council (RGC), Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), Europe Social Fund (ESF), Central Policy Unit (CPU) of the Government of the Hong Kong SAR, Development Bureau of the Government of the Hong Kong SAR, Construction Industry Council (CIC), Hong Kong Housing Authority, and Higher Education Academy (HEA). He has authored over 160 publications. Dr Pan is a Chartered Builder, a Chartered Environmentalist, and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. His career is supported by over 23 years of experience in academia and practice, internationally, in building design and engineering, construction project management and innovation, and strategic management.

 

潘巍博士现任职香港大学土木工程系副教授,博士生导师,兼任香港大学建造及基建创新研究中心执行总监。潘博士多年于中国、英国、新加坡等地从事可持续建设工程与管理的实践、科研与教学工作。研究兴趣涵盖零碳建筑、高层建筑的节能减排、装配式模块化建筑、精益建设以及技术创新的决策分析与管理。潘博士累计主持参与超过等同47百万港币资助的多项科研研究项目,资助来自香港基金委、香港政府、香港建造业议会研究基金、英国工程与物理科学研究基金委、欧盟社会基金以及英国高教院等。潘博士累计发表160篇学术论文,其中包括国际英文期刊论文70余篇,荣获4项最佳论文奖。 潘博士首先提出可持续建设系统辩证及系统边界理论,并运用于零碳建筑和装配式模块化建筑的理论和应用研究。为英国特许建造师、特许环境师、英国高等教育院资深会士(Fellow)、香港零碳联盟发起人,兼任多本国际期刊编委,以及香港政府和业界多个专家委员会顾问和成员。共培养60余名博士后、博士生等科研人员。

 

Vacancies (live)

 

Post 1: PDF/RA (Supply chain analyses of modular construction)

For this post, applicants should possess a relevant degree in a related discipline to supply chain management or construction engineering/management. Preference will be given to those with research or practical experience in logistics, Internet-of-Things and mobile APPs development. Knowledge of modular building and construction, prefabrication and offsite manufacturing would be an additional advantage.

 

Post 2: PDF/RA (Smart modular building design, production and construction)

For this post, applicants should possess a relevant degree in a related discipline to construction engineering & management. Preference will be given to those with research or practical experience in smart prefabrication and modular building design, production and construction, process modelling and visualization. Skills of utilizing drones and GIS tools and developing mobile APPs would be an additional advantage.

 

Post 3: PDF/RA (Building cost analysis)

For this post, applicants should possess a relevant degree in a related discipline to construction management. Preference will be given to those with research or practical experience in building cost codes, cost estimation and analysis, quantity surveying, tendering or contracts management. Knowledge of prefabricated buildings or offsite manufacturing, and 5DBIM would be an additional advantage.

 

Post 4: PDF/RA (High-rise modular building structural engineering)

For this post, applicants should possess a relevant degree in a related discipline to structural engineering. Preference will be given to those with research or practical experience in structural design and engineering of steel-framed or concrete modular buildings or prefabricated buildings. Knowledge of advanced materials and modularisation would be an additional advantage.

 

Post 5: PDF/RA (High-rise modular building architectural design)

For this post, applicants should possess a relevant degree in a related discipline to architectural design. Preference will be given to those with research or practical experience in designing steel-framed or concrete high-rise modular buildings or prefabricated building elements and panels. Knowledge of BIM and public housing design would be an additional advantage.

 

Hong Kong PhD Fellowship (HKPF)

Should you be interested to pursue a PhD in the areas of sustainable construction and management, e.g. zero carbon building, off-site prefabrication, modular building, and building energy, please feel free contact me. HKPF normally is open for application early in September and closes early in December. Further details are available at:

https://cerg1.ugc.edu.hk/hkpfs/index.html

 

HKU Postgraduate Scholarship (PGS)

Should you be interested to pursue a PhD in the areas of sustainable construction, engineering and management and smart technology for construction, please feel free contact me throughout the year.

 

For any interest please contact me at wpan@hku.hk

 

 

Educational Background

 

·         PhD, Construction Management, Loughborough University, UK

 

·         MSc (Distinction), Construction Project Management, Loughborough University, UK

 

·         BEng (Distinction; Ministry Award), Civil Engineering, Hunan University, China

 

 

Professional Affiliations

 

·         Fellow of Higher Education Academy (FHEA)

 

·         Member of the Chartered Institute of Building (MCIOB)

 

·         Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv)

 

·         Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)

 

 

Professional Experience

 

·         2012-present: Associate Professor / Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, The University of Hong Kong (HKU);

 

·         2013-present: Executive Director / Associate Director, Centre for Innovation in Construction and Infrastructure Development (CICID), HKU

 

·         2015 -              Visiting Academic, Imperial College London, UK

 

·         2010-2012:      Reader in Sustainable Construction, Plymouth University, UK

 

·         2008-2010:      Lecturer in Environmental Building, Plymouth University, UK

 

·         2006-2008:      Group Innovation Manager, Countryside Properties PLC, UK

 

·         2003-2006:      Researcher, Department of Civil & Building Engineering, Loughborough University, UK

 

·         2000-2002:      Deputy General Manager / Project Manager, CGW Construction & Engineering Ltd, Singapore

 

·         1997-2000:      Project Manager / Business Manager, China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC), Ministry of Railway, China

 

·         1995-1997:      Structural Engineer, Department of Architecture, China National Railway Research & Design Institute of Signal & Communication (CRSC), Ministry of Railway, China

 

 

Professional Standing

 

Government and Industry Involvement

 

·         Member of the Technical Committee on The Code of Practice for Precast Concrete Construction, Buildings Department, HKSAR Government (2017.12 -)

 

·         Chairman of the Construction Workers Registration Board (CWRB) Task Force on Data Analysis, Construction Industry Council (CIC), Hong Kong, (2018.01 -)

 

·         Member of the Construction Workers Registration Board (CWRB), Construction Industry Council (CIC), Hong Kong, (2017 -)

 

·         Member of the Authorized Persons Registration Committee (APRC) Panel, Buildings Department, HKSAR Government (2014.01 – 2017.12)

 

·         Member of the Construction Industry Council (CIC) Working Group on Roadmap for BIM Implementation, Hong Kong, (2013 -)

 

·         Member of the UK Government National Audit Office (NAO) Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) Working Group (2005)

 

·         Invited Member of Building and Social Housing Foundation (BSHF) Consultation “Sustainable Supply: Quantity and Quality through Diversity”, St George’s House, Windsor Castle, UK, 28-30 June 2011

 

·         Board Member of CIOB Member & Business Development Board (MBDB) (2008-2011)

 

·         Committee Member of the CIOB Essex Centre (2007-2008)

 

·         Participant in the UK Home Builders Federation (HBF) Barker Recommendation 33 MMC Study (2004)

 

Scholarly Involvement

 

·         Referee for Austrian Science Fund (FWF)

 

·         Editorial Board of Journal ‘Building Research & Information’ (SCI)

 

·         Editorial Board of Journal ‘Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Engineering Sustainability’ (SCI) http://www.icevirtuallibrary.com/toc/jensu/current

 

·         Editorial Board of Journal ‘Built Environment Project and Asset Management’ (ISI listed) http://www.emeraldinsight.com/bepam.htm

 

·         Editorial Board of ICE Journal ‘Infrastructure Asset Management’ http://www.icevirtuallibrary.com/content/serial/isama

 

·         Editorial Board of CIC Zero Carbon Building Journal http://zcb.hkcic.org/Chi/UploadFiles/Publications/Volume01_Journal_Jan2014/index.html#p=4

 

·         Reviewer for publishers:

 

ü  Wiley Blackwell

ü  Palgrave Macmillan

 

·         Reviewer for a range of academic journals:

 

ü  Journal of Construction Engineering and Management (ASCE)

ü  Journal of Architectural Engineering (ASCE)

ü  Building and Environment (Elsevier)

ü  Energy and Buildings (Elsevier)

ü  Automation in Construction (Elsevier)

ü  Journal of Cleaner Production (Elsevier)

ü  Environmental Impact Assessment Review (Elsevier)

ü  Building Research & Information (Taylor & Francis)

ü  Construction Management and Economics (Taylor & Francis)

ü  Technology Analysis and Strategic Management (Taylor & Francis)

ü  Architectural Engineering and Design Management (Taylor & Francis)

ü  Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management (Emerald)

ü  Construction Innovation (Emerald)

ü  Journal of Financial Management of Property and Construction (Emerald)

ü  International Journal of Energy Sector Management (Emerald)

ü  Proceedings of ICE journal - Management, Procurement and Law (ICE)

ü  Urban Design International (Palgrave MacMillan)

ü  Building

ü  International Journal of Engineering Education

ü  University of Mauritius Research Journal

ü  Silva Fennica

ü  Thermal Science

 

·         Scientific, Programme and/or Technical Committee Members for a range of academic international conferences including ARCOM, CRC, SB, CIB, ASC, WCS

 

·         Committee Member of the Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM) (2009-2012)

 

·         Member of the Management Board of Doctoral Training Centre in Arts & Humanities, Plymouth University (2011-2012)

 

·         Member of Faculty of Arts Research Ethics Committee, Plymouth University (2011-2012)

 

 

Teaching Activities

 

The University of Hong Kong

 

Undergraduate:

 

·         CIVL3003 & CIVL3103 Construction Project Management

 

·         CCST9020 Sustainable Development of the Built Environment (HKU Common Core)

 

 

Postgraduate:

 

·         CIVL8016 Technology for Sustainable Construction: Theory and Application (PhD)

 

·         CIVL7005 Sustainable Construction Technology: Principles and Practices (MSc)

 

·         CIVL6060 Operation and Maintenance of Building and Civil Engineering Works (MSc)

 

 

Plymouth University, UK (previous)

 

Undergraduate:

 

·         ENBS243 Technology of Large and Innovative Building

 

·         ENBS246 Construction Management Processes and Principles

 

 

Postgraduate:

 

·         ENBS520 Environmental Technologies

 

·         ENBS540 Sustainable Technology and Innovation

 

 

Research Interests

 

·         Sustainable construction and zero carbon building

 

Sustainable construction and management; zero carbon building practice and feasibility; zero energy building and net-zero energy; modeling of buildings’ energy use and carbon emissions; building life cycle GHG emissions; building energy codes and regulations compliance 

 

·         Off-site production, prefabrication, modular construction, lean and automation

 

Off-site production and prefabrication process, product and people; lean construction and productivity; innovative construction methods and modern methods of construction (MMC); precast concrete crosswall systems; modular buildings; construction industrialization, automation and robotics

 

·         Decision making of technological innovation in construction

 

Multi-criteria decision making of technological innovation; evidence-based decision analysis of construction technology and innovation, with performance analysis in technical aspects including air-tightness, defects, acoustics; cost aspects; and social aspects including driver-barrier analysis and industry take-up 

 

·         Sustainable Construction Pedagogy and Higher Education 

 

Pedagogy in sustainable construction including project-based experiential learning, research-informed teaching, critical thinking and learning technology

 

 

Research Culture and Collaboration

 

Dr Wei Pan collaborates with an international network of researchers, academics and practitioners. He has supervised and is supervising a wide range of researchers at post-doctoral, doctoral and postgraduate levels, and has examined a number of PhDs and MPhils in the UK and Hong Kong. 

 

Dr Pan is leading the Hong Kong Zero Carbon Partnership www.hkzcp.org.

 

 

Research Grants and Projects (selected)

 

Dr Pan has secured or engaged over HK$47 million fund. 

 

Sustainable Construction Management and Zero Carbon Building

 

·         RGC General Research Fund (GRF), Implications of optimising prefabrication for the life cycle carbon emissions of high-rise residential buildings in Hong Kong, HK$763,032, 2016-2018, PI.

 

·         Public Policy Research (PPR) Funding Scheme, ‘A Possible Zero Carbon Building Policy for Hong Kong: Opportunities, Risks & Recommendations’, Central Policy Unit (CPU) of the Government of the Hong Kong SAR, HK$408,894, 2015-16, PI.

 

·         SFC/RGC Joint Research Scheme 2014/15, ‘Carbon Emission Modelling of Energy Systems for Retrofit Office Buildings’, Scottish Funding Council (SFC) / Research Grants Council (RGC), HK$124,200 and GBP£10,000, PI (HK), 2015-2016.

 

·         CIC Research Fund, ‘Hong Kong ‘Zero Carbon Building Partnership’ for Enhancing Public and Stakeholder Engagement’, Construction Industry Council (CIC), HK$ 1,508,398, PI, 2014-2016.

 

·         CIC Research Fund, ‘Feasibility of Delivering High-rise Low / Zero Carbon Buildings in Hong Kong’, Construction Industry Council (CIC), HK$ 990,736, PI, 2013-2015.

 

·         URC/CRCG, ‘Dialectics of Sustainable Building’, Seed Fund for Basic Research, HKU URC/CRCG with Faculty & Dept. matching fund, HK$ 240,000, Principal Investigator (PI), 2013-2014.

 

·         EPSRC Industrial CASE Award, ‘Optimising process, energy and carbon efficiency in retail construction by embracing sustainable technology’, Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), in collaboration with Wates, equivalent to HK$1.1million, Principal Investigator (PI), 2011-2015.

 

·         ESF-CUC Award, ‘Delivering zero carbon homes in Cornwall: establishing and disseminating exemplary practice of St Austell Eco-communities (Eco-town) development’, Europe Social Fund (ESF), Combined Universities in Cornwall (CUC), equivalent to HK$1.0million, PI, 2011-2014.

 

·         Shenzhen Government, ‘Shenzhen Low Carbon Technology Key Lab’, equivalent to HK$3.65million, 2013-2015, Co-I. 

 

·         URC PDF/RAP Scheme (29th Round) ‘Sustainability Information Modelling for Project Lifecycle Environmental Appraisal in Construction’, HKU, HK$946,701, Co-I, 2013-2016.

 

·         CRCG Small Project Funding, 'Capacity Building of SMEs for Sustainable Housing Development’, HKU CRCG with Faculty of Eng. Matching fund, HK$159,934, Co-I, 2012-2013.

 

·         URC/CRCG, ‘Relationally Integrated Value Networks for Total Asset Management’, Seed Funding Programme for Basic Research, HKU URC/CRCG with Faculty & Dept. matching fund, Co-I, 2011-2013.

 

·         IRNC Award, ‘Business Models and Low or Zero Carbon Building and Development’, International Research, Networking and Collaboration (IRNC) Award, Plymouth University, PI, 2011-2012.

 

·         Utilising air source heat pumps for UK low carbon housing, Industry Sponsored Research, 2009-2010.

 

 

Off-Site Prefabrication, Lean, Modular, Construction Automation and Industry Development

 

·         HKSAR Government, Feasibilities of adopting modular prefinished volumetric construction for building in Hong Kong, Development Bureau, HKSAR Government, 2017-2018, PI.

 

·         RGC/DAAD, Opportunities and challenges of utilizing automated and robotic technology for sustainable building construction: scenarios, stakeholders and technology transfer (ST2) via Germany-Hong Kong collaboration, RGC/Germany Joint Research Scheme, 2016-2017, PI.

 

·         CIC Fund, A comprehensive productivity appraisal of the Hong Kong construction industry, 2015-2017, PI.

 

·         CIC Fund, Assessing the performance of the Hong Kong construction industry, KPI: an international comparison, HK$1.75million, 2015-2016, Co-I.

 

·         DSD, ‘Review of Performance on the Use of New Engineering Contract in DSD’, Drainage Services Department of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) Government, HK$832,000, Deputy Project Director, 2014-15.

 

·         URC/CRCG, ‘An Exploration of Lean Construction Standards and Tools for Improving Productivity in Hong Kong Construction Industry’, HKU CRCG, PI, 2014-15.

 

·         RICS commissioned research, ‘The Future of UK Housebuilding’, commissioned by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), with Loughborough University, Co-Investigator (Co-I), 2010.

 

·         Technological innovation: precast concrete crosswall construction in residential building, Industry Sponsored Research, 2009-2011.

 

·         A decision support tool for optimising the use of offsite technologies in housebuilding, Loughborough University and CIRIA, 2003-2006.

 

·         Knowledge Base for Promoting Offsite Production Applications (prOSPa), Loughborough University Project funded by UK Department of Trade & Industry (DTI), CIRIA & industry, 2003-2005.

 

·         Developing 150 cameo case studies of offsite production applications, CIRIA/Loughborough University Offsite Project Toolkit, 2003-2004.

 

·         Leadership Strategies within Small- and Medium-sized Enterprise (SME) Construction Firms in China, Europe and the Middle East, 2002-2003.

 

 

Sustainable Construction Pedagogy and Higher Education

 

·         UGC Funding Scheme for Teaching & Learning 2016-2019, Developing Active Learning Pedagogies and Mobile Applications in University STEM Education, UGC, HKSAR, HK$15million, 2017-2020, Co-I.

 

·         TDG Award, ‘Project-Based Experiential Learning for Sustainability Embedded Higher Education’, Teaching Development Grants (TDG) 2013, The University of Hong Kong, HK$216,491, Principal Investigator (PI), 2014-2015.

 

·         PedRIO Award, ‘Risk Management of Research-informed Teaching: An interdisciplinary enquiry’, PedRIO, Plymouth University, equivalent to HK$225,600, PI, 2011-2012.

 

·         HEA Award, Developing a Guide for Integrating ‘Research-informed Teaching’ into Sustainable Construction Education, Subject Centre CEBE, Higher Education Academy (HEA), PI, 2010-2011.

 

·         HEA Award, Implementing and Evaluating the Integration of Critical Thinking into Project-Based Learning in Environmental Building, Subject Centre CEBE, Higher Education Academy (HEA), Co-I, 2010-2011.

 

·         Teaching Fellowship Award, Enhancing Design Project-Based Learning in Sustainable Building by Incorporating Learning Technology, Plymouth University, PI, 2010-2011.

 

 

Publications

 

Dr Pan has published over 160 scientific papers in journals and conference proceedings.

 

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

 

1.    Pan, W., Li, K. and Teng, Y. (2018) Rethinking the System Boundaries of Life Cycle Carbon Assessment of Buildings. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, In Press, Accepted Manuscript.

 

2.    Wang, J. and Pan, W. (2018) Influential Parameters of the Life Cycle Cost Energy Relationship of Buildings. Journal of Green Building, In Press, Accepted Manuscript.

 

3.    Wang, J., Yu, C. and Pan, W. (2018) Life Cycle Energy of High-rise Office Buildings in Hong Kong. Energy and Buildings, In Press, Accepted Manuscript.

 

4.    Pan, M., Linner, T., Pan, W., Chen, H.M. and Bock, T. (2018) A Framework of Indicators for Assessing Construction Automation and Robotics in the Sustainability Context. Journal of Cleaner Production, DOI: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2018.02.053.

 

5.    Teng, Y., Li, K., Pan, W.* and Ng, T. (2018) Reducing Buildings’ Life Cycle Carbon Emissions through Prefabrication: Evidence from and Gaps in Empirical Studies. Building and Environment, In Press, Accepted Manuscript.

 

6.    Du, Y., Zhang, X., Liu, L., Zhou, F., Zhu, D. and Pan, W. (2018) Flexural behaviour of carbon textile-reinforced concrete with prestress and steel fibres. Polymers, 10, 98, 1-19. DOI: 10.3390/polym10010098.

 

7.    Zhao, X.J., Pan, W. and Chen, L. (2018) Disentangling the relationships between business model innovation for low or zero carbon buildings and its influencing factors using structural equation modelling. Journal of Cleaner Production, DOI: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2018.01.010.

 

8.    Pan, W., Li, K. and Teng, Y. (2018) Life Cycle Carbon Assessment of Prefabricated Buildings: Challenges and Solutions. Proceedings of ICE – Engineering Sustainability, SCI, DOI: 10.1680/jensu.17.00063.

 

9.    Zhao, X. and Pan, W. (2017) Co-productive Interrelations between Business Model and Zero Carbon Building: A Conceptual Framework. Built Environment Project and Asset Management, 7(4), 353-365.

 

10.  Zhao, X.J., Chen, L., Pan, W. and Lu, Q.C. (2017) An 'AHP-ANP-Fuzzy Integral' Integrated Network for Evaluating Performance of Innovative Business Models for Sustainable Building. ASCE Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 143(8), https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)CO.1943-7862.0001348.

 

11.  Liang, X., Pan, W., Jiang, M., Guo, Y., Lyu, J., Li, J. and Chen, X. (2017) Assessing the Value of Commercial Building Low-carbon Retrofit in Edinburgh City in Scotland. Zero Carbon Building Journal, 5, 17-28.

 

12.  Pan, W. and Li, K. (2016) Clusters and Exemplars of Buildings towards Zero Carbon. Building and Environment, 104, 92-101.

 

13.  Chen, L. and Pan, W. (2016) BIM-aided Variable Fuzzy Multi-criteria Decision Making of Low-carbon Building Measures Selection. Sustainable Cities and Society, 27, 222-232.

 

14.  Zhao, X., Pan, W. and Lu, W. (2016) Business model innovation for delivering zero carbon buildings. Sustainable Cities and Society, 27, 253-262. 

 

15.  Niu, S., Pan, W. and Zhao, Y. (2016) A virtual reality integrated design approach to improving occupancy information integrity for closing the building energy performance gap. Sustainable Cities and Society, 27, 275-286.

 

16.  Pan, W., Qin, H. and Zhao, Y. (2017) Challenges for energy and carbon modeling of high-rise buildings: The case of public housing in Hong Kong. Resources, Conservation & Recycling, 123, 208-218, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.resconrec.2016.02.013.

 

17.  Tian, W., Yang, S., Li, Z., Wei, S., Pan, W. and Liu, Y. (2016) Identifying Informative Energy Data in Bayesian Calibration of Building Energy Models. Energy and Buildings, DOI: 10.1016/j.enbuild.2016.03.042.

 

18.  Ju, C., Ning, Y. and Pan, W. (2016) A review of interdependence of sustainable building. Environmental Impact Assessment Review, 56(1), 120-127.

 

19.  Pan, W. and Ning, Y. (2015) The Dialectics of Sustainable Building. Habitat International, 48 (August), 55-64. doi:10.1016/j.habitatint.2015.03.004.

 

20.  Gresty, K., Heffernan, T., Pan, W. and Edwards-Jones, A. (2015) Minimising Risks in Research-informed teaching. Higher Education Review, 48(1), 40-67.

 

21.  Zhu, L. and Pan, W. (2015) Application of Research-Informed Teaching in the Taught-Postgraduate Education of Maritime Law. Innovation in Education and Teaching International, DOI: 10.1080/14703297.2015.1102080.

 

22.  Heffernan, E., Pan, W., Liang, X. and de Wilde, P. (2015) Zero carbon homes: Perceptions from the UK construction industry. Energy Policy, 79 (April), 23-36.

 

23.  Pan, W. and Li, K. (2015) A Cluster Analysis of ‘Zero Carbon Buildings’. Zero Carbon Building Journal, 1(3), 6-15.

 

24.  Pan, W. and Ning, Y. (2015) A Socio-technical Framework of Zero Carbon Building Policies. Building Research and Information, 43(1), 94-110. DOI: 10.1080/09613218.2015.955759.

 

25.  Pan, W. and Ning, Y. (2014) Dialectics of Sustainable Building: Evidence from Empirical Studies 1987-2013. Building and Environment, 82 (December), 666-674.

 

26.  Zhang, S., Pan, W. and Kumaraswamy, M. (2014) A multi-criteria decision framework for the selection of low carbon building measures for office buildings in Hong Kong. International Journal of Energy Sector Management, 8 (4), 456-476.

 

27.  Pan, W. and Thomas, R. (2014) Defects and their Influencing Factors of Post-handover New-build Homes. ASCE Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities, In Press, Accepted Manuscript. DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)CF.1943-5509.0000618.

 

28.  Pan, W. (2014) System Boundaries of Zero Carbon Buildings. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 37, September, 424-434.

 

29.  Pan, W. (2014) Delivering Buildings and Infrastructure towards Zero Carbon. ICE Journal Infrastructure Asset Management, 1(3), 60-65.

 

30.  Lu, W.S., Chau, K.W., Wang, H.D. and Pan, W. (2014) A decade's debate on the nexus between corporate social and corporate financial performance: a critical review of empirical studies 2002-2011. Journal of Cleaner Production, 79, September, 195-206.

 

31.  Pan, W. and Ning, Y. (2014) Delivering Zero Carbon Buildings: The Status Quo and Way Forward. Zero Carbon Building Journal, 1(1), 7-14.

 

32.  Pan, W., Murray, P. and Cotton, D. (2014) Linking research and teaching: context, conflict and complementarity. Innovation in Education and Teaching International, 50(1), 3-14.

 

33.  Heffernan, E., Heffernan, T. and Pan, W. (2014) The Relationship between the Quality of Active Frontages and Public Perceptions of Public Spaces. Urban Design International, 19(1), 92-102.

 

34.  Garmston, H. and Pan, W. (2013) Non-compliance with building energy regulations: The profile, issues, and implications on practice and policy in England and Wales. Journal of Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems, 1(4), 340-351.

 

35.  Mao, C., Shen, Q., Pan, W. and Ye, K. (2013) Major Barriers to Off-site Construction: The Developers’ Perspective in China. ASCE Journal of Management in Engineering, 29, http://dx.doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)ME.1943-5479.0000246.

 

36.  Gresty, K., Pan, W., Heffernan, T. and Edwards-Jones, A. (2013) Research-informed teaching from a risk perspective. Teaching in Higher Education, 18 (5), 570-585.

 

37.  Pan, W. and Garmston, H. (2012) Compliance with Building Energy Regulations for New-Build Dwellings. Energy, 48(1), 11-22.

 

38.  Pan, W., Dainty, A.R.J. and Gibb, A.G.F. (2012) Establishing and Weighting Decision Criteria for Building System Selection in Housing Construction. ASCE Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 138(11), 1239-1250.

 

39.  Pan, W., Gibb, A.G.F. and Dainty, A.R.J. (2012) Strategies for Integrating the Use of Off-site Production Technologies in House Building. ASCE Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 138(11), 1331-1340.

 

40.  Pan, W., Murray, P., Cotton, D. and Garmston, H. (2012) Integrating Research-informed Teaching into Sustainable Construction Education. The Journal for Education in the Built Environment, 7(1), 94-117.

 

41.  Pan, W. and Garmston, H. (2012) Building Regulations in Energy Efficiency: Compliance in England and Wales. Energy Policy, 45(6), 594-605.

 

42.  Pan, W. and Goodier, C. (2012) House-Building Business Models and Off-Site Construction Take-Up. ASCE Journal of Architectural Engineering, 18(2), 84-93.

 

43.  Goodier, C. and Pan, W. (2012) Future Trends in UK Housebuilding, Proceedings of the ICE - Municipal Engineer, 165(ME2), 65-67.

 

44.  Allison, J.A. and Pan, W. (2011) Implementing and Evaluating the Integration of Critical Thinking into Problem Based Learning in Environmental Building. The Journal for Education in the Built Environment, 6(2), 93-115.

 

45.  Pan, W. and Sidwell, R. (2011) Demystifying the Cost Barriers to Offsite Construction in the UK. Construction Management and Economics, 29(11), 1081-1099.

 

46.  Pan, W. and Cooper, M. (2011) Decision criteria for selecting air source heat pump technology for UK low carbon housing. Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, 23(6), 623-637.

 

47.  Pan, W. (2010) Relationships between air-tightness and its influencing factors of UK post-2006 new-build dwellings. Building and Environment, 45(11), 2387-99.

 

48.  Pan, W. and Allison, J. (2010) Exploring Project and Problem Based Learning in Environmental Building Education by integrating critical thinking. International Journal of Engineering Education, 26(3), 547-553.

 

49.  Pan, W. (2010) Learning of Construction Technology Appraisal in Higher Education: A Case Study Enquiry. The Journal for Education in the Built Environment, 5(1), 77-97.

 

50.  Pan, W. (2010) Strategies for Managing Innovation in UK Housebuilding. Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, 17(1), 78-88.

 

51.  Pan, W. and Gibb, A.G.F. (2009) Maintenance performance evaluation of offsite and insitu bathrooms. Construction Innovation: Information, Process, Management – Special Issue on Offsite Manufacturing, 9(1), 7-21.

 

52.  Pan, W., Gibb, A.G.F. and Dainty, A.R.J. (2008) Leading UK housebuilders’ utilization of offsite construction methods. Building Research & Information, 36(1), 56-67.

 

53.  Pan, W., Gibb, A.G.F. and Dainty, A.R.J. (2008) A decision support matrix for build system selection in housing construction, International Journal for Housing Science and Its Applications, 32(1), 61-79.

 

54.  Pan, W., Gibb, A.G.F. and Sellars, A.B. (2008) Maintenance cost implications of utilising bathroom modules manufactured offsite. Construction Management and Economics, 26(1), 1067-1077.

 

55.  Pan, W., Gibb, A.G.F. and Dainty, A.R.J. (2007) Perspectives of UK housebuilders on the use of offsite modern methods of construction. Construction Management and Economics, 25(2), 183-194.

 

Professional Journal Articles

 

56.  Pan, W. and Pan, M. (2017) Partnering for a Zero Carbon Future. Building Journal, December, 2017.

 

57.  Pan, W., Lin, P. and Lee, J. (2015) Zero Carbon Partnership in Hong Kong. Building Journal, December 2015, p.29. ISSN 1022-5560.

 

58.  Pan, W., Pan, M. and Chan, S. (2015) Lean construction for improving productivity in the Hong Kong construction industry. Building Journal, November 2015, 57-61. ISSN 1022-5560.

 

59.  Pan, W., Li, G. and Lin, P. (2015) Hong Kong Zero Carbon Partnership: A Public and Stakeholder Engagement Initiative for Building towards Zero Carbon. Building Journal, February 2015, 30-33. ISSN 1022-5560.

 

60.  Pan, W., Ng, T. and Lee, J. (2014) Systems research on low or zero carbon building in the high-rise high-density urban setting of Hong Kong. Building Journal, August 2014, 44-47.

 

61.  Pan, W. (2013) Zero Carbon Buildings: Contexts, Challenges and Strategies. Public Facilities A Special Supplement of Building Journal, June 2013, 76-78. Reprinted from Building Journal January 2013, 71-73.

 

62.  Pan, W. (2013) Zero Carbon Buildings: Contexts, Challenges and Strategies. Building Journal, January 2013, 71-73.

 

63.  Pan, W. (2011) Industry and University partnership delivers design and build excellence. Construction Manager / Contact Magazine, July-August Issue, Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB), p.50.

 

64.  Goodier, C. and Pan, W. (2011) The Challenges for UK Housebuilding. RICS Residential Property Journal, Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), May-June, 2011, pp.4-7.

 

65.  Goodier, C. and Pan, W. (2010) UK Housebuilders Must Prepare for Their Own Future. Modus, Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), November/December, p.12.

 

66.  Pan, W., Gibb, A.G.F. and Dainty, A.R.J. (2005) House Proud: Practices and strategies of leading UK housebuilders on Offsite-MMC. Offsite Construction Magazine, Winter, pp. 20-22.

 

Peer-reviewed Conference-based Articles

 

67.  Yu, C., Pan, W., Zhao, Y. and Li, Y. (2015) Challenges for Modeling Energy Use in High-rise Office Buildings in Hong Kong. Procedia Engineering, 121, 513-520. SCI.

 

68.  Niu, S., Pan, W. and Zhao, Y. (2015) A BIM-GIS integrated web-based visualization system for low energy building design. Procedia Engineering, 121, 2184-2192. doi:10.1016/j.proeng.2015.09.091. SCI.

 

69.  Zhao, Y., Pan, W. and Ning Y. (2015) Challenges for modeling carbon emissions of high-rise public residential buildings in Hong Kong. Procedia Engineering, 118, 614-621. DOI: 10.1016/j.proeng.2015.08.494, SCI.

 

70.  Niu, S., Pan, W. and Zhao, Y. (2015) A virtual reality supported approach to occupancy engagement in building energy design for closing the energy performance gap. Procedia Engineering, 118, 573-580. doi: 10.1016/j.proeng.2015.08.487, SCI.

 

71.  Zhao, X. and Pan, W. (2015) Delivering zero carbon buildings: the role of innovative business models. Procedia Engineering, 118, 404-411. doi:10.1016/j.proeng.2015.08.440. SCI.

 

72.  Chen, L. and Pan, W. (2015) BIM-integrated fuzzy multi-criteria optimization for decision making for low-carbon buildings in Hong Kong. Procedia Engineering, 118, 606-613. doi: 10.1016/j.proeng.2015.08.490, SCI.

 

73.  Sang, X., Pan, W. and Kumaraswamy, M. (2014) Informing Energy-efficient Building Envelope Design Decisions for Hong Kong. Energy Procedia, 62, 123-131. DOI: 10.1016/j.egypro.2014.12.373, SCI.

 

Peer-reviewed Conference Papers

 

74.  Pan, W. (2017) System Dialectics of Low or Zero Carbon Building. In Proceedings of 22nd CRIOCM International Conference on Advancement of Construction Management and Real Estate, Melbourne, Australia, 20-23 November 2017. (Invited Keynote Presentation)

 

75.  Pan, W., Li, K.J. and Teng, Y. (2017) Life Cycle Carbon Assessment of Prefabricated Buildings: Challenges, Fundamentals and Solutions. Proceedings of RISUD Annual International Symposium 2017 – New Frontiers in Urban Development, Hong Kong, 24-25 August 2017 (abstract only).

 

76.  Wang, J. and Pan, W. (2007) The Life Cycle Cost-Energy Relationship of Buildings. Proceedings of the World Sustainable Built Environment Conference 2017 Hong Kong, 5-7 June 2017, ISBN 978-988-77943-0-1, pp.914-919.

 

77.  Teng, Y. and Pan, W. (2007) Building Life Cycle Carbo Emissions: A Review. Proceedings of the World Sustainable Built Environment Conference 2017 Hong Kong, 5-7 June 2017, ISBN 978-988-77943-0-1, pp.1095-1101.

 

78.  Yu, C. and Pan, W. (2007) Potentials of Energy Efficiency and Generation Strategies for High-rise Office Buildings in Hong Kong. Proceedings of the World Sustainable Built Environment Conference 2017 Hong Kong, 5-7 June 2017, ISBN 978-988-77943-0-1, pp.874-879.

 

79.  Pan, W. and Pan, M. (2007) Policy Scenarios of Zero Carbon Building for Hong Kong: To Survive or To Lead? Proceedings of the World Sustainable Built Environment Conference 2017 Hong Kong, 5-7 June 2017, ISBN 978-988-77943-0-1, pp.555-561.

 

80.  Pan, W. and Yu,C. (2007) Paradoxical Feasibility of High-rise Zero Carbon Buildings. Proceedings of the World Sustainable Built Environment Conference 2017 Hong Kong, 5-7 June 2017, ISBN 978-988-77943-0-1, pp.1831-1836.

 

81.  Chen, L. and Pan, W. (2016) An Intelligent Decision Support System for Improving Information Integrity in Procuring Infrastructures in Hong Kong. In Proceedings of 21st CRIOCM International Conference on Advancement of Construction Management and Real Estate, Hong Kong, 14-17 December 2016.

 

82.  Javed, A., Zhan, W.T. and Pan, W. (2016) A system dynamics framework of drivers and constraints to enhancing productivity of the Hong Kong construction industry. In Proceedings of 21st CRIOCM International Conference on Advancement of Construction Management and Real Estate, Hong Kong, 14-17 December 2016.

 

83.  Niu, S. and Pan, W. (2016) Agent-based modelling of information processing in building energy design investigating innovative network topology for stakeholder collaboration. In Proceedings of 21st CRIOCM International Conference on Advancement of Construction Management and Real Estate, Hong Kong, 14-17 December 2016.

 

84.  Pan, M., Linner, T., Chen, H.M., Pan, W. and Bock, T. (2016) A Framework for Utilizing Automated and Robotic Construction for Sustainable Building. In Proceedings of 21st CRIOCM International Conference on Advancement of Construction Management and Real Estate, Hong Kong, 14-17 December 2016.

 

85.  Zhan, W., Pan, W., Javed, A.A. and Chau, K.W. (2016) Correlation Analysis of Key Influencing Factors to the Total Factor Productivity of the Hong Kong Construction Industry. In Proceedings of 21st CRIOCM International Conference on Advancement of Construction Management and Real Estate, Hong Kong, 14-17 December 2016.

 

86.  Zhao, X., Chen, L., Pan, W. and Lu, Q. (2016) An AHP-ANP integrated framework of evaluating innovative business models for sustainable building. In Proceedings of 21st CRIOCM International Conference on Advancement of Construction Management and Real Estate, Hong Kong, 14-17 December 2016.

 

87.  Pan, M. and Pan, W. (2016) Advancing Formwork Systems for the Production of Precast Concrete Building Elements: from Manual to Robotic. 2016 MOC Summit, Edmonton, Canada, 29 Sept. - 1 Oct 2016.

 

88.  Niu, S.Y. and Pan, W. (2016) Perspectives and Practices of Collaborative Energy Design Technologies for Closing the Building Energy Performance Gap. In: P W Chan and C J Neilson (Eds.) Proceedings of the 32nd Annual ARCOM Conference, 5-7 September 2016, Manchester, UK, Association of Researchers in Construction Management, Vol 1, 425-434.

 

89.  Chen, L. and Pan, W. (2016) Co-production of energy use and carbon emission reductions in building environmental assessment. CIB World Building Congress 2016 Intelligent Built Environment or Life, Tampere, Finland, 30 May – 3 June 2016 (CIB Best Paper Award).

 

90.  Pan, W. and Pan, M. (2016) Status quo and future development of lean construction in Hong Kong. CIB World Building Congress 2016 Intelligent Built Environment or Life, Tampere, Finland, 30 May – 3 June 2016.

 

91.  Zhao, X. and Pan, W. (2016) Business Model Innovations for Low or Zero Carbon Building: An Analysis of Empirical Research from 1996 to 2015. CIB World Building Congress 2016 Intelligent Built Environment or Life, Tampere, Finland, 30 May – 3 June 2016.

 

92.  Pan, W., Zhan, W.T., Zhao, X.J., Wang, J. and Lam, J. (2016) Cost Paradigms of Future Building. IET 2016 Symposium on Cost Management for Mega Projects, Hong Kong, 6 May 2016. (Invited Speech).

 

93.  Wang, J. and Pan, W. (2015) A system framework of the cost and energy relationship of zero carbon buildings from the life cycle perspective In: Raidén, A B and Aboagye-Nimo, E (Eds) Procs 31st Annual ARCOM Conference, 7-9 September 2015, Lincoln, UK, Association of Researchers in Construction Management, 297-306.

 

  1. Ning, Y., Pan, W. and Zhao, Y. (2015) Turning the Myth of High-Rise Zero Carbon Buildings into Reality: A Socio-Technical Framework of Design Strategies. In Proceedings of ICE HKA Annual Conference 2015 ‘Thinking out of the Box in Infrastructure Development and Retrofitting’, Hong Kong, 24 April 2015.

 

95.  Heffernan, E., Pan, W., Liang, X. and de Wilde, P. (2014) Group self-build housing: the potential to deliver zero carbon homes. In: Jankovic, L. (Ed.) Procs Zero Carbon Buildings Today and in the Future, Birmingham, UK, 11-12 Sept. 2014. pp.181-188.

 

96.  Pan, W. and Ning, Y. (2014) Transition from low-rise to high-rise zero carbon buildings: The potential of socio-technical systems. ASCE Construction Research Congress (CRC) 2014, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, USA, May 19-21, 2014.

 

97.  Zainab, S., Pan, W., Goodhew, S. and Fuertes, A. (2014) Contractors Perspective on the Selection of Innovative Sustainable Technologies for Achieving Zero Carbon Retail Buildings. ASCE Construction Research Congress (CRC) 2014, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, USA, May 19-21, 2014.

 

98.  Zhang, S., Pan, W. and Kumaraswamy, M. (2014) Estimating the energy saving potential for office buildings in Hong Kong based on a four-tier framework. ASCE Construction Research Congress (CRC) 2014, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, USA, May 19-21, 2014.

 

99.  Pan, W. and Ning, Y. (2013) Requisite Holism of the Feasibility of Delivering Zero Carbon Buildings. Sustainable Building 2013 Hong Kong Regional Conference, Urban Density and Sustainability, Hong Kong, 12-13 September 2013.

 

100.               Pan, W. and Ning, Y. (2013) Zero Carbon Buildings: A Policy Review. Sustainable Building 2013 Hong Kong Regional Conference, Urban Density and Sustainability, Hong Kong, 12-13 September 2013.

 

101.               Pan, W. and Thomas, R. (2013) Defects of new-build dwellings constructed to building regulations and to ‘The Code for Sustainable Homes’. In: Smith, S.D (Ed) Procs 29th Annual Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM) Conference, Reading, UK, 2-4 September 2013.

 

102.               Garmston, H., Fox, M., Pan, W. and de Wilde, P. (2013) Multi-storey Building Retrofit with a Focus on the Façade Selection Process: A UK Commercial Office Case Study. In: Smith, S.D (Ed) Procs 29th Annual Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM) Conference, Reading, UK, 2-4 September, 2013.

 

103.               Zainab, S., Pan, W. and Goodhew, S. (2013) Stakeholders perspective on sustainable technology selection to achieve zero carbon retail buildings. In: Smith, S.D (Ed) Procs 29th Annual Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM) Conference, Reading, UK, 2-4 September 2013.

 

104.               Lu, W., Pan, W. and Tam, V. (2013) Construction waste management in Hong Kong’s low carbon city development: 10 years, no change? The 5th Global Chinese Real Estate Congress (GCREC), Beijing, China, 5-7 July 2013.

 

105.  Pan, W. and Maxey, L. (2013) Challenges and Opportunities of Low or Zero Carbon Building: Prospects of Business Models. CIB World Building Congress 2013 (Electronic) Proceedings, No Page Number (Paper Number 334), Brisbane, Australia, 5-9 May 2013. 

 

106.  Dangana, Z., Pan, W. and Goodhew, S. (2013) A Decision Making System for Selecting Sustainable Technologies for Retail Buildings. CIB World Building Congress 2013 (Electronic) Proceedings, No Page Number (Paper Number 291), Brisbane, Australia, 5-9 May 2013

 

107.  Heffernan, E., Pan, W., Liang, X. and de Wilde, P. (2013) Redefining zero? A critical review of definitions of zero energy buildings and zero carbon homes. CIBSE Technical Symposium, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, UK, 11-12 April 2013, pp. 1-14.

 

108.  Dangana, S.Z., Pan, W. and Goodhew, S. (2012) Delivering Sustainable Buildings in Retail Construction. The Postgraduate Society Annual Conference, 21 November 2012, Plymouth University, Plymouth, UK, Abstract Only (Best Presentation Award).

 

109.  Dangana, S.Z., Pan, W. and Goodhew, S. (2012) Research Design Process: Knowledge Claims, Strategies and Methods. The Methodological Innovation Conference, 20 November 2012, Plymouth University, Plymouth, UK, Abstract Only.

 

110.  Dangana, Z., Pan, W. and Goodhew, S. (2012) Delivering sustainable buildings in retail construction. In: Smith, S.D (Ed) Procs 28th Annual ARCOM Conference, 3-5 September 2012, Edinburgh, UK, Association of Researchers in Construction Management, 1455-65.

 

111.  Heffernan, E., Pan, W. and Liang, X. (2012) Delivering zero carbon homes in the UK. In: Smith, S.D (Ed) Procs 28th Annual ARCOM Conference, 3-5 September 2012, Edinburgh, UK, Association of Researchers in Construction Management, 1445-54.

 

112.  Garmston, H., Pan, W. and de Wilde, P. (2012) Decision-making in façade selection for multi-storey buildings. In: Smith, S.D (Ed) Procs 28th Annual ARCOM Conference, 3-5 September 2012, Edinburgh, UK, Association of Researchers in Construction Management, 357-67.

 

113.  Pan, W. and Garmston, H. (2012) Enhancing Project-Based Learning in Sustainable Building by Incorporating Learning Technology. The Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) 48th Annual International Conference, Birmingham, UK, 11-14 April 2012.

 

114.  Pan, W. and Garmston, H. (2011) Compliance with Building Regulations in Energy Efficiency: Post-2006 New-Build Dwellings in the UK, Sustainable Development Energy, Water and Environment Systems (SDEWES), Dubrovnik, Croatia, 25-30 September 2011.

 

115.  Pan, W. and Arif, M. (2011) Manufactured Construction: Revisiting manufacturing-construction relations. In: Egbu, C. and Lou, E.C.W. (Eds.) Procs 27th Annual ARCOM Conference, 5-7 September 2011, Bristol, UK, Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM), 105-114.

 

116.  Pan, W. and Allison, J. (2011) Evaluating a Process Model of Integrating Critical Thinking into Project Based Learning in Sustainable Building, International Conference in Engineering Education (ICEE), 22-26 August 2011, Belfast, UK.

 

117.  Pan, W., Murray, P. and Cotton, D. (2011) Drivers, Barriers and Strategies for Implementing Research-informed Teaching: A Case Study of the Environmental Building Discipline, International Conference in Engineering Education (ICEE), 22-26 September 2011, Belfast, UK.

 

118.  De Wilde, P., Rafiq, Y., Pan, W. and Tian, W. (2011) Intelligent support for the optimal configuration of high performance homes. In: Bodart and Evrard, eds. PLEA2011, 27th International Conference, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, July 13-15 2011, Vol. 2, 139-144.

 

119.  Pan, W. (2010) ‘Sustainable Cities’ Ranking: A Critical Review. Proceedings of the First International Conference of Sustainable Urbanisation, Hong Kong, 15-17 December 2010, Abstract: ISBN 978-988-17311-9-7, p.190, full version in CD.

 

120.  Goodier, C.I. and Pan, W. (2010) The Future of Offsite in Housing, presented at the 3rd World of Construction in Project Management (WCPM) Conference, ISBN 978-1-84600-0409, Coventry, 22-24 October 2010, pp. 310-319.

 

121.  Burley, J and Pan, W. (2010) Adoption of air source heat pumps for low carbon homes. In: Egbu, C. (Ed) Procs 26th Annual ARCOM Conference, 6-8 September 2010, Leeds, UK, Association of Researchers in Construction Management, pp.1361-1370.

 

122.  Davis, L, Miles, M, Riley, M and Pan, W. (2010) Developing lean supply in construction In: Egbu, C. (Ed) Procs 26th Annual ARCOM Conference, 6-8 September 2010, Leeds, UK, Association of Researchers in Construction Management, pp.705-713.

 

123.  Pan, W., Soetanto, R. and Sidwell, R. (2010) How environments shape innovation: The case of precast concrete crosswall for multi-storey residential building construction, CIB 2010 World Congress, Salford, UK, 10-13 May 2010.

 

124.  Tian, W., Pan, W. and de Wilder, P. (2010) Climate change risk management for buildings, CIB 2010 World Congress, Salford, UK, 10-13 May 2010.

 

125.  Tian, W., Beck, R., Pan, W. and de Wilde, P. (2010) Climate change risks in decision-making in building design and facilities management. International Conference in Computing in Civil and Building Engineering (ICCCBE), Nottingham, UK, 30 Jun - 4 Jul 2010.

 

126.  Pan, W. (2009) Strategies for Managing Innovation in UK Housebuilding. In: McCaffer, R. (Ed) Proceedings International Conference on Global Innovation in Construction, 13-16 September 2009, Loughborough, UK, 586-95 (Top 8 Paper Award).

 

127.  Pan, W. and Cooper, M. (2009) Selecting Innovative Low Carbon Technologies for UK Housing. In: McCaffer, R. (Ed) Proceedings International Conference on Global Innovation in Construction, 13-16 September 2009, Loughborough, UK, 615-25.

 

128.  Pan, W., Sidwell, R. and Soetanto, R. (2009) A longitudinal investigation into utilising crosswall construction for multi-storey residential buildings. In: Dainty, A.R.J. (Ed) Procs 25th Annual ARCOM Conference, 7-9 September 2009, Nottingham, UK, Association of Researchers in Construction Management, 261-70.

 

129.  Soetanto, R. and Pan, W. (2009) Strategic planning of UK housebuilders: case study of a major property developer. In: Dainty, A. (Ed) Procs 25th Annual ARCOM Conference, 7-9 September 2009, Nottingham, UK, Association of Researchers in Construction Management, 381-90.

 

130.  Pan, W., Gibb, A.G.F. and Dainty, A.R.J. (2007) A decision support matrix for build system selection in housing construction, XXXV World Congress, International Association of Housing Science (IAHS), Melbourne, Australia, Blismas & Wakefield (eds.), 4-7 September, pp. 1-14 (29). ISBN 978-1-921166-68-6 (paper book has abstract only on page 29, full paper (14 pages) on CD).

 

131.  Asad, S., Fuller, P., Pan, W., and Dainty, A.R.J. (2005) Learning to innovate in construction: A case study,  Proceedings of the 21st Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM) Annual Conference, Khosrowshahi, F. (ed.), Vol. 2, pp. 1215-24, London, 6-8 Sept, ARCOM, Reading.

 

132.  Pan, W., Dainty, A.R.J., and Gibb, A.G.F. (2004) Encouraging Appropriate Use of Off-site Production (OSP): Perspectives of Designers, in Sustainability and Innovation in Construction and Real Estate, Proceedings of the 2nd CIB Student Chapters International Symposium, Wu, X. et al., (eds.), pp. 125-36, Beijing, China, 30-31 Oct, Hong Kong Polytechnic University (CIB Best Paper Award).

 

133. Pan, W., Dainty, A.R.J., and Gibb, A.G.F. (2004) Managing Innovation: A focus on Off-site Production (OSP) in the UK housebuilding industry, Proceedings of the 20th ARCOM Annual Conference, Khosrowshahi, F. (ed.), Vol. 2, pp. 823-30, Edinburgh, 1-3 September, ARCOM, Reading.

 

Commissioned Books/Reports

 

134.  Chan, W.R., Carrie, F.R., Novak, J., Litvak, A., Richieri, F., Solcher, O., Pan, W. and Emmerich, S. (2012) Building air leakage databases in energy conservation policies: analysis of selected initiatives in 4 European countries and the USA, Technical Note AIVC 66, Lozenberg, ISBN: 2-930471-34-4. http://www.aivc.org/frameset/frameset.html?../Conferences/workshop_brussels2010.html~mainFrame 

 

135.  Goodier, C. and Pan, W. (2010) The Future of UK Housebuilding, commissioned and published by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), RICS, London. ISBN 978-1-84219-645-8. Download: http://www.rics.org/ukhousebuilding

 

136.  Pan, W. (2006) Cost Effective and Innovative Solutions Using Offsite Techniques, Construction Productivity Network (CPN) Members' Report E6103, Construction Industry Research & Information Association (CIRIA), London.

 

137.  Pan, W., Gibb, A.G.F. and Dainty, A.R.J. (2005) Offsite Modern Methods of Construction in Housebuilding - Perspectives and practices of leading UK housebuilders, Buildoffsite Publication X117, London. ISBN 0 86017 915 X. Download: http://www.buildoffsite.com/downloads_publications.htm

 

Editorships, Posters, Technical Reports and Others

 

138.  Pan, W. (2017) Feasibility of Delivering High-rise Low Carbon Buildings in Hong Kong. In the Hong Kong Report on the State of Sustainable Built Environment 2017, HKSAR. pp.??

 

139.  Liang, X., Pan, W., Jiang, M., Guo, Y., Lyu, J., Li, J. and Chen, X. (2016) Assessing the Value of Commercial Building Low-carbon Retrofit in Edinburgh City in Scotland: Draft for Comments, University of Edinburgh Business School, UK-China CCUS Centre, Department of Civil Engineering of The University of Hong Kong, March 2016.

 

140.  Pan, W., Pan, M. and Yang, Y. (eds.) (2016) Technology and Innovation for Zero Carbon Building. Hong Kong Zero Carbon Partnership 4th Seminar Proceedings, Hong Kong, 14 December 2016, pp.28.

 

141.  Pan, W. and Lin, P. (eds.) (2016) Systems Zero Carbon Buildings: Policy and Partnership. Hong Kong Zero Carbon Partnership 3rd Seminar Proceedings, Hong Kong, 28 April 2016, pp.52

 

142.  Pan, W., Lin, P., and Lee, J. (eds.) (2015) Zero Carbon Buildings: State-of-the-Art International Research and Development. Hong Kong Zero Carbon Partnership 2nd Seminar Proceedings, Hong Kong, 16 October 2015, pp.56.

 

143.  Pan, W. and Pan, M. (eds.) (2017) Partnering for a Zero Carbon Future. Hong Kong Zero Carbon Partnership 4th Workshop Report, Hong Kong, 29 September 2017, pp.24.

 

144.  Pan, W., Pan, M. and Yang, Y. (eds.) (2016) Challenges and Opportunities of Zero Carbon Building. Hong Kong Zero Carbon Partnership 3rd Workshop Report, Hong Kong, 14 December 2016, pp.16.

 

145.  Pan, W., Lin, P., and Ng, T. (eds.) (2016) Knowledge, Attitude and Behaviour of Zero Carbon Building. Hong Kong Zero Carbon Partnership 2nd Workshop Report, Hong Kong, 21 January 2016, pp.32.

 

146.  Pan, W., Lin, P., and Wong, C. (eds.) (2015) Public and Stakeholder Engagement for Building towards Zero Carbon. Hong Kong Zero Carbon Partnership 1st Workshop Report, Hong Kong, 16 October 2015, pp.52.

 

147.  Pan, W. and Pan, M. (eds.) (2015) Lean construction for improving productivity in the Hong Kong construction industry: workshop report, The University of Hong Kong, 27 Aug 2015, pp.37.

 

148.  Pan, W., Lin, P., Ng, T., Li, G. and Lee, J. (eds.) (2015) Hong Kong Zero Carbon Partnership for Enhancing Public and Stakeholder Engagement. Hong Kong Zero Carbon Partnership, Hong Kong, 06 January 2015, pp.38.

 

149.  Pan, W. (2013) Off-Site Prefabrication for Sustainable Construction, Invited speech to the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) Hong Kong Association (HKA) Graduates & Students (G&S) Division Seminar “Advances and Innovations in Civil Engineering”, Cityview Hotel, Hong Kong, April 27, 2013.

 

150.  Edwards-Jones, A., Gresty, K., Pan, W. and Heffernan, T. (2013) Research-informed teaching: risks uncovered? Poster presentation at the Pedagogic Research Institute and Observatory Conference 2013, Plymouth University, UK, April 2013.

 

151.  Pan, W. (2013) Zero Carbon Buildings: Contexts, Challenges and Strategies. Building.hk eBulletin, 26 January 2013. Available at: http://www.building.hk/products/view.asp?id=1056; also appearing in SMILE-NET eBulletin, 30 January 2013. http://www.smile-net.hk/ebulletin/ebulletin20130130.htm.

 

152.  Pan, W., Gresty, K., Heffernan, T. and Edwards-Jones, A. (2012) Research-informed Teaching: Risks Uncovered? Poster Presentation in the Pedagogic Research Institute and Observatory Conference 2012, Plymouth University, UK, 18 April 2012.

 

153.  Pan, W. (2012) Sustainable technology and innovation: module guide, for Plymouth new Masters in Sustainable Construction, Plymouth University, Plymouth.

 

154.  Al-Alwani, M., Mackie, M., Pan, W. and Aurigi, A. (2011) Evaluation of sustainability AL-Hilla city in Iraq based on comparison of western and Arabic cities. Poster Presentation in the Conference of Engineering Sciences, London, UK, 1-2 October 2011.

 

155.  Pan, W., Murray, P., Cotton, D. and Garmston, H. (2011) Guide to Integrating Research-informed Teaching into Sustainable Construction Education, Plymouth University, www.plymouth.ac.uk/pages/view.asp?page=38614.

 

156.  Pan, W. (2011) Industry-University Partnership for Sustainable Building Higher Education: Success at Plymouth. CIOB News, 13 June 2011, http://www.ciob.org.uk/news/industry-university-partnership-sustainable-building-higher-education-success-plymouth

 

157.  Pan, W. and Garmston, H. (2011) Enhancing Project-Based Learning in Sustainable Building By Incorporating Learning Technology. Poster presented at the 9th VC’s Teaching and Learning Conference, University of Plymouth, Plymouth, UK, 7 July 2011.

 

158.  Pan, W., de Wilder, P. and Riley, M. (eds.) (2009) Sustainability in the Built Environment. ARCOM Doctoral Research Workshop Proceedings, University of Plymouth, 16 November 2009.

 

159.  Pan, W., Gibb, A.G.F. and Dainty, A.R.J. (2005) Offsite Modern Methods of Construction in Housebuilding - Perspectives and practices of leading UK housebuilders, Loughborough University, Loughborough. ISBN 0 947974 34 2.

 

Conferences Organised and Contributed

 

·         Member, Scientific Committee, The Third World Construction Symposium 2014, Colombo, Sri Lanka, 20-22 June 2014.

 

·         Member, Program Committee, Construction Research Congress (CRC) 2014, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, USA, May 19-21, 2014.

 

·         Member, Scientific Committee, Sustainable Building and Construction Conference – SB13 Cairo, Egypt, 5-7 November 2013.

 

·         Member, Scientific Committee, The 29th ARCOM conference, Reading, UK, 3-5 September 2013.

 

·         Member, Scientific Committee, Sustainable Building and Construction Conference, Coventry, UK, 3-5 July 2013.

 

·         Member, Program Committee, CIB Working Commission W119 Customized Industrial Construction Workshop ‘Advanced Construction and Building Technology for Society’, Technische Universität München, Germany, 24 Oct 2012.

 

·         Member, Board of Reviewers, The 48th Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) International Annual Conference, Birmingham City University, 11-14 April 2012.

 

·         Member, Organising & Scientific Committees, The 28th ARCOM conference, Edinburgh, UK, 3-5 September 2012.

 

·         Member, Organising & Scientific Committees, The 27th ARCOM conference, Bristol, UK, 5-7 September 2011.

 

·         Member, Technical Committee, The Annual International Conference on Business Strategy and Organizational Behaviour (BizStrategy 2011), Malaysia, 7-8 April 2011.

 

·         Chair, Session ‘Construction Design & Technology’ at the 27th ARCOM conference, Bristol, UK, 5-7 September 2011.

 

·         Organiser, The Inaugural Seminar of the Institute for Sustainability Solutions Research (ISSR) held in association with the Environmental Building Group (EBG), 'Maximising Business Opportunities with Sustainable Building and Development', University of Plymouth, 21 April 2011. 

 

·         Chair, Session ‘Sustainable Buildings’ at the First International Conference on Sustainable Urbanization, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, HK, 15-17 December 2010.

 

·         Chair, Sessions ‘Health, Safety and Respect for People’ and ‘Sustainability, Environment and Climate Change’ at the 26th ARCOM conference, Leeds, 6-8 September 2010.

 

·         Chair and Coordinator, ARCOM Doctoral Research Workshop ‘Sustainability in the Built Environment’, University of Plymouth, 16 November 2009.

 

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