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Kerry London

Dr London is Professor Built Environment and Urban Transformation at Western Sydney University where she is also Interim Dean School of Built Environment. She graduated from University  Newcastle with a Bachelor of Architecture in 1988 and was Registered as an Architect in NSW in 1990. She was awarded a a Master of Building Research from University of Newcastle in 1997 and a PhD from University of Melbourne in 2005. She has been a leader in architecture, construction management and project management programs five Universities in Australia. She is an international leader in construction supply chain theory and practice and adoption of new technologies. She is currently researching on challenges in the housing sector and is Lead Chief Investigator on the Australian Research Council Discovery grant Rethinking Housing Digital Collaboration. She is well known for cross-disciplinary research. She has published more than 160 peer reviewed publications, won over $5.2M and supervised 11 PhD students. She has given international keynotes at industry and academic conferences. She currently is a Chief Investigator on five ARC grants. Kerry is Chair of the NFP Australasian Lean Construction Institute Board. She held Ministerial appointments on the Built Environment Industry Innovation Council and the NSW Architects Registration Board. She is past President of the Chartered Institute of Building Australasia and is a founding member of the Australian Housing Supply Chain Alliance.

 

See Kerry speak at Towards Urban Transformation: Perspectives from WSU Architecture.