Having trained in Civil Engineering and with over six year of industry experience with a multi-national construction company, Dr Doloi contributed extensively in research and teaching in the areas of Project Management, Infrastructure Planning and Policy and Construction Economics and Management. His research resulted in the establishment of a new project management concept known as Life Cycle Project Management (LCPM) empowering optimal decision making across project life cycle.
Dr Doloi is at the forefront of conducting numerous empirical and conceptual research in vast areas of construction and project management including project failures and success, risks and uncertainty minimisation and quantification of social sustainability and value creation in capital projects. His research efforts have contributed to the advanced modelling techniques and big data analytics for developing capacity in housing, infrastructure support and community development. Focusing on the rural infrastructure planning and development, Dr Doloi currently leads the "Smart Villages Program" at the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning. Being a founding director of the Smart Villages Lab (SVL), Dr Doloi emphasises on the empirical research for developing policies in the areas of affordable housing, smart governance and need-based development focusing on rural and regional community. Dr Doloi is the founding Chair of the International Conference on Smart Villages and Rural Development (COSVARD) for bringing together academia, industry practitioners and policy makers from around the globe for exchanging ideas and developing capacity for rural community empowerment. So far, Dr Doloi has published over 200 research papers in reputable peer reviewed journals and conferences in Construction Management and Engineering internationally. In addition, Dr Doloi is the lead author of the book "Planning, Housing and Infrastructure for Smart Villages" published by Routledge, UK in 2019. Dr. Doloi is widely consulted for corporate training courses on project risk management, project scheduling and control, project financial analysis and project management fundamentals leading to professional qualifications such as PMP in the corporate world. In 2012, Dr Doloi's outstanding contribution into research and teaching has been recognised by honouring him the nationally competitive "Infinite Value Award in Research and Teaching" by the Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors (AIQS). Currently, Dr Doloi serves in the International Editorial Board of the International Journal of Project Management and in the Editorial Board of the Built Environment Project and Asset Management Journal.
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Participatory-based risk impact propagation and interaction pattern analysis using social network analysis
CS Ongkowijoyo, H Doloi, A Mills
Journal article | 2019 | International Journal of Disaster Resilience in the Built Environment
Purpose: This paper aims to develop a novel risk analysis model that uses both participatory and computerized techniques to captur..
Rural construction management for developing economies: Implications for professional education - the case of Assam
D Week, H Doloi
Conference Proceedings | 2017 | AUBEA 2017
The authors are engaged in a three-year project, funded by the State of Assam, India, to develop new postgraduate qualification in..
A Social Network based framework for assessing risks and vulnerability in built environment
H Doloi, RH Crawford, C Langston, LS Pheng
Conference Proceedings | 2015 | 5th International Conference on Building Resilience
The highly interconnected infrastructure networks are the backbones for supporting community within our society. The community is ..
Performance and impacts of web-based project management systems in construction projects
Conference Proceedings | 2014 | 31st International Symposium on Automation and Robotics in Construction and Mining, ISARC 2014 - Proceedings
While web-based project management systems are widely being implemented in most construction projects, there is a clear lack of un..
Modelling multi-criteria decision analysis for benchmarking management practices in project management
H DOLOI, X JIN
Conference Proceedings | 2008 | Improving the Management of Construction Projects Through IT Adoption - Proceedings of the CIB W78 25th International Conference on Information Technology
Honours, Awards and Fellowships
International Journal of Disaster Resilience in the Built Environment, Vol. 8 Issue: 1, pp.5-26, https://doi.org/10.1108/IJDRBE-05-2016-0016
Built Environment Project and Asset Management, Vol. 7 Issue: 1, pp.32-44, https://doi.org/10.1108/BEPAM-12-2015-0073
Developing collaboration with University College London
Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) International Research Conference held on 10-12 Sept 2013 in New Delhi, India
Construction Management & Techn
Architecture, Building And Planning
International Editorial Board Member
International Journal of Project Management
Built Environment Project and Asset Management Journal
Member Of The International Advisory Board Of The International Conference On Project Management
Member Of The Paper And Scientific Committee (Psc) Of The International Conference On Project Management
Advisory Member Of The Editorial Board Of The Journal Of Project Management Of The Taiwanese Project Management Association
Taiwanese Project Management Association
Graduate Certificate in University Teaching (GCUT)
University of Melbourne
Doctor of Philosophy
University of Sydney
Master of Engineering
Asian Institute of Technology
Bachelor of Engineering (Civil Engineering)
Jorhat Engineering College, Dibrugarh University