Dr Sittimont Kanjanabootra
|Work Phone||(02) 4921 6396|
Post Doc Research Fellow
School of Architecture and Built Environment
The University of Newcastle, Australia
|Office||AG03, Architecture Building|
Dr Sittimont Kanjanabootra is a practicing Design Mechanical and Construction Engineer with 4 years practical experience working in the Construction Industry on projects including high rise apartment complexes, warehouses, multi-storey shopping centres, hotel renovations, resorts and office buildings.
Dr Sittimont's PhD at RMIT University was a study of design and implementation of engineering knowledge management systems in Australia.The thesis was nominated for the Australian Professors Award for most outstanding thesis.
Dr Sittimont has worked for Meinhardt Thailand, an Engineering Consulting company in construction; for RMIT University lecturing; and for the Sustainable Built Environment National Research Centre at Swinburne University.
- Doctor of Philosophy, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, 2012
- Master of Science (Technical Educ-Mechanical Tech), King Mongkuts Institute of Technology - Thailand, 2003
- Bachelor of Science (Technical Educ - Mech Eng), King Mongkuts Institute of Technology - Thailand, 1998
- Construction processes
- Knowledge Management System
- Process Mining
Dr Sittimont Kanjanabootra research in Construction Management areas include:
1. Ontologies of Construction Knowledge
2. Effectiveness of Information and Knowledge Sharing in Construction Projects
3. Improved design and domain knowledge sharing in Construction
4. Construction Management in Asia.
5. Off-Site manufacturing in construction.
6 Construction Knowledge management systems.
Past research collaborations were with QUT (Prof Arthur ter Hofstede, Dr Moe Wynn, Dr Chun Ouyang) on business process modelling in off-site manufacturing in construction; with Prof Russell Kenley and Dr Toby Harfield on off-site manufacturing in the Sustainable Built Environment National Research Centre on adoption evaluation tools in off-site manufacturing construction.
Currently project collaborations include:
1. Improved design and knowledge seeking in Construction with a numbers of practitioners from Thailand, partially funded by the Royal Thai Government.
2. Improving information management during inspection stage in construction process
3. Knowledge sharing in design process project with Prof Tony Williams and A/Prof Willy Sher
Fields of Research
|120201||Building Construction Management And Project Planning||40|
|120299||Building Not Elsewhere Classified||40|
|120402||Engineering Design Knowledge||20|
Centres and Groups
1) Systems Analysis and Design
2) Business Operations
3) Research Methodology