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Prof Amor undertakes research in the field of Construction Informatics, with a passion for the application of beneficial computer science techniques to the Architectural, Engineering and Construction industries. Achieving interoperability is his core research interest and to achieve this he investigates integrated environments which covers information modelling (e.g., BIM), code compliance checking, process modelling, user interaction, implementation frameworks, information mapping, and communication strategies. Since 2003 he has coordinated the working group W78 (IT for Construction) for the International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction (CIB - which comprises 500 international research organisations). He is also a founding member of CIB’s priority theme on Integrated Design and Delivery Solutions (2009-). He is Editor-in-Chief of the A-ranked online international Journal of Information Technologies in Construction (ITcon). He has been Primary Investigator on a number of major national and international research projects and successfully bid for approximately $6 million in research funding internationally and in New Zealand.
|VL/HCC 2020||Author of User Elicited Hand Gestures for VR-based Navigation of Architectural Designs within the Research Papers-track|