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Xiangyu Wang

Xiangyu Wang
Professor, Woodside Chair, Curtin University

Research interests include Building Information Modeling, Information Technology in Construction, Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality, Computer-Supported Cooperative Design/Work, Mobile, Pervasive, and Ubiquitous Computing in Design and Construction, Computer-aided Design, E-learning.

Prof. Xiangyu Wang has published over 200 technical journal and conference papers, books and book chapters.


Xiangyu Wang received funding from Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage Grant (2013-2016): "Transforming liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant construction productivity through mobile computing technologies." Chief Investigators: Xiangyu Wang, Kok Lay Teo, Ryan Loxton, Martijn Truijens, awarded amount $500,000.
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