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Responding to rapid changes in society to maintain liveability

Study level

PhD

Master of Philosophy

Faculty/Lead unit

Science and Engineering Faculty

School of Civil Engineering and Built Environment

Topic status

We're looking for students to study this topic.

Supervisors

Dr Connie Susilawati
Position
Senior Lecturer
Division / Faculty
Science and Engineering Faculty

Overview

Rapid changes in society demand prompt, innovative responses in order to maintain our quality of life.

Digital disruption has broadened the opportunities to unlock new economic and social opportunities within a shared and circular economy.

This research project aims to challenge the existing assumptions that constrains liveability using inter-generational thinking.

Research activities

Some of the research activities you will be participating in include:

  • exploring the changes in family and household structures over time, such as  our aging population trend.
  • exploring the existing  changes to property products and services to support people's livability in any stage of their life.
  • using an inter-generational approach to explore innovative ways to improve liveability.
  • combining the shared and circular economy approach for optimising ageing assets, infrastructures and properties.
  • exploring new opportunities for unlocking fixed assets using digital disruption.

Outcomes

The overall aim is to uncover innovative ways to unlock fixed assets to improve people's livability throughout the whole course of their life.

This broad aim can be divided into range of different research projects.

Scholarships

You may be able to apply for a research scholarship in our annual scholarship round.

Annual scholarship round

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Contact

Contact the supervisor for more information.