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Dr

Andre Stephan

Lecturer In Architectural Engineering
Energy and water efficiency measures
Material stocks
Embodied energy
circular economy
greenhouse gas emissions
water
science & technology
technology
embodied energy
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Dr

Andre Stephan

 
Division
Architecture, Building And Planning
 
Primary Interest
Life Cycle Costing Of Environmental Performance Strategies
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Dr

Andre Stephan

 

Dr Andre Stephan has expertise in the built environment, sustainability, life cycle assessment, computer modelling and energy efficiency. His research focuses on life cycle environmental assessment and performance in the built environment, from construction materials to cities.

He focuses on practical research outcomes that have the potential to inform decision-making in the industry.Andre is currently a Lecturer in Architectural Engineering. In this position, he is developing/teaching new courses that tackle environmental performance across the scales of the built environment and focus on innovative construction techniques and design that integrates a dual architectural engineering approach. He informs his teaching by research and practical experience in Australia, Belgium and Lebanon.The contribution of Andre’s work to the field of environmental assessment of the built environment has been acknowledged by 10 awards so far, delivered in France, Belgium and Australia. He has also acted as a consultant for regional governance bodies and professional organisations.

Scholarly Works

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Credentials

Positions


Lecturer In Architectural Engineering

Architecture, Building And Planning

It Access

Architecture, Building And Planning

Education


Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering Sciences

Universite Libre de Bruxelles

Doctor of Philosophy

University of Melbourne

Masters of Science in Architectural Engineering

Universite Libre de Bruxelles

Bachelor of Engineering, Architectural Enginering

Universite Libre de Bruxelles