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Prof Yusuf Arayici


Department: Architecture and Built Environment

Yusuf Arayici is a professor in construction project management. He is Deputy Head of Department and Head of Apprenticeship programmes for Architecture and Built Environment at Northumbria University. Since 2000, his research projects have ranged from building information modelling to sustainability. He has led substantial research groups over a prolonged period of time through continuous cycles of research with funded research projects with a sum value of £10M, has graduated 15 PhDs and many MSc students, and has published more than 100 papers and five books. Currently, he is researching on BIM for healthcare FM and AI-supported heritage BIM.

Yusuf Arayici

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  • A Quantitative, Evidence-based Analysis of Correlations Between Lean Construction and Building Information Modelling, Arayici, Y., Tokdemir, O., Kassem, M. 21 Nov 2023, In: Smart and Sustainable Built Environment
  • BIM-based big data analytic system for healthcare facility management, Demirdöğen, G., Işık, Z., Arayici, Y. 1 Apr 2023, In: Journal of Building Engineering
  • Implementing PointNet for point cloud segmentation in the heritage context, Haznedar, B., Bayraktar, R., Ozturk, A., Arayici, Y. 4 Jan 2023, In: Heritage Science
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI)-Based Occupant-Centric Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Control System for Multi-Zone Commercial Buildings, Yayla, A., Świerczewska, K., Kaya, M., Karaca, B., Arayici, Y., Ayözen, Y., Tokdemir, O. 2 Dec 2022, In: Sustainability
  • Determination of Business Intelligence and Analytics-Based Healthcare Facility Management Key Performance Indicators, Demirdöğen, G., Işık, Z., Arayici, Y. 10 Jan 2022, In: Applied Sciences
  • Identification and Prioritization of Key Performance Indicators for the Construction Small and Medium Enterprises, Okudan, O., Budayan, C., Arayici, Y. 1 Sep 2022, In: Teknik Dergi/Technical Journal of Turkish Chamber of Civil Engineers
  • BIM, sustainability and energy optimisation, Işık, Z., Arayici, Y., Aladağ, H., Demirdöğen, G., Khosrowshahi, F. 10 Aug 2021, BIM Teaching and Learning Handbook, London, Taylor & Francis
  • Facility management information taxonomy framework for queries in healthcare buildings, Demirdöğen, G., Işık, Z., Arayici, Y. 1 Dec 2021, In: Journal of Building Engineering
  • Interoperability and emerging smart technologies, Demirdöğen, G., Işık, Z., Arayici, Y., Aladağ, H. 10 Aug 2021, BIM Teaching and Learning Handbook, London, Taylor & Francis
  • Understanding BIM to Translate into Action, Budayan, C., Arayici, Y. 10 Aug 2021, BIM Teaching and Learning Handbook, London, Taylor & Francis

  • Tugçe Baçnak A Deep Learning Framework of Cognitive Digital Twin Practice for Space Management in Healthcare Facilities Start Date: 01/10/2023
  • Aleksander Gil AI (Artificial Intelligence) supported HBIM Modelling (Heritage Building Information Modelling) for Digital Heritage Twins Start Date: 01/10/2021

  • Teaching and Learning PGCert July 24 2008
  • Computer Aided Engineering PhD July 14 2004
  • Computer Aided Engineering MSc September 28 2001
  • Engineering BEng June 14 1999
  • Chartered Construction Manager MCIOB 2015

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