Lecturer

James has worked at Glasgow Caledonian University as a lecturer for over 20 years, during which he also completed his MSc at Strathclyde University in Sustainable Development of the Urban Environment.

Associate Dean of International

Dr Martin is the Associate Dean of International in the School of Engineering and Built Environment at Glasgow Caledonian University. He joined GCU in 1991 after working in industry for Sir William Arrol as a structural steelwork designer and fabricator.

Lecturer

Peter Dyer is a lecturer in Computer Aided Design, Visualisation, Building Information Modelling and Integrated Environmental Software across the Interior Design, Building Surveying and Construction Management programmes at Glasgow Caledonian University.

Lecturer

Frances Garven is a Chartered Statistician, Chartered Scientist and experienced Data Scientist who is fluent in the use and teaching of statistics, Excel, statistical software such as SAS, SPSS, WEKA, and MINITAB, as well as being a skilled programmer.

Lecturer

Alistair has been a lecturer at Glasgow Caledonian University since 2006 and has worked as a planning consultant for Architecture + Design Scotland - the Scottish Government organisation providing guidance to improve design in Scotland's urban environment.

Senior Lecturer

Dr Don Knox is a senior lecturer in Audio Technology at Glasgow Caledonian University. He completed his PhD in audio signal processing in 2004 in collaboration with the Centre for Music Technology at Glasgow University.

Assistant Head of Transnational Education

Steven Latta is the Assistant Head of Transnational Education in the School of Engineering and Built Environment and lecturer for various programmes within the Department of Construction and Surveying, including the new MSc Oil and Gas suite programmes

RICH Centre Associate

Before taking up a post at the school, Mark worked for the Building Research Establishment (BRE). He joined the Centre for Research on Indoor Climate and Health at Glasgow Caledonian University as a Research Fellow in 2003.

Assistant Head of Department

Robert is an Assistant Head of Department, Building and Energy Technology (within the Department of Construction and Surveying) at Glasgow Caledonian University.

Adam Craig BSc (Hons) PhD

Lecturer
Glasgow Caledonian University
Adam Craig is a lecturer in Audio Systems Engineering at GCU. After obtaining his undergraduate degree in Audio Technology in 2011, Adam went on to embark on a PhD in 2012 concentrating his research on using advanced audio technology for the creation of environmental sound maps. This resulted in the creation of an online map with an accompanying mobile phone application to allow the public to openly view and contribute to the research. His main research interests are the perception of urban and rural soundscapes, spatial audio techniques, and signal processing. He is currently a member of the Institute of Acoustics, the Audio Engineering Society, IEEE, and the IET. Out with his academic activities at the university, Adam also teaches sound engineering to high-school students within his local education authority.