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Automation and Robotics Technologies Deployment Trends in Construction.- Essential Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required for Talent Cultivation in Construction Automation and Robotics.- Robotics and Automation in Construction (RAC): Priorities and Barriers toward Productivity Improvement in Civil Infrastructure Projects.- Construction Automation and Sustainable Development.- A Briefing on Technological, Societal, and Economical Aspects of Automation in Construction.- Human-Drone Interaction (HDI): Opportunities and Considerations in Construction.- Safety Challenges of Human-Drone Interactions on Construction Jobsites.- Assessing the Role of Wearable Robotics in the Construction Industry: Potential Safety Benefits, Opportunities and Implementation Barriers.- Fault-Tolerant Physiology-aware Signal Classification Algorithm for Robust Decisions in Perceptive Robotics Systems.- Workers’ Trust in Collaborative Construction Robots: EEG-Based Trust Recognition in an Immersive Environment.- Index.
Mahmoud Habibnezhad, Ph.D., is a Postdoctoral Scholar in the Department of Architectural Engineering at the Pennsylvania State University. He received his BSc in Civil Engineering and first MSc in Structural Engineering from the Sharif University of Technology. He received his second MSc in Computer Science and his Ph.D. in Construction Engineering and Management from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Dr. Habibnezhad's current research strives to develop convergent approaches to promoting safety and productivity at construction sites by transforming manual construction activities into semi- or fully automated operations. In the realm of human-technology interaction, his research contributes to intuitive control of human-operated assistive machines, digital twins for cyber-physical systems, and the development of safety-critical training platforms for future machinery-dominated construction sites. Dr. Habibnezhad has a successful record of publications in immersive technologies, physiological computing, computer vision, and human-robot collaboration and adaptation, all with the focus on construction safety. He also serves as a reviewer for a handful of peer-reviewed journals, including Automation in Construction, Virtual Reality and Intelligent Hardware, Applied Sciences, and Journal of Construction Engineering and Management.
Shayan Shayesteh is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Architectural Engineering at the Pennsylvania State University. He received his BSc degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Tehran in 2016. He also received his MSc degree in Construction Engineering and Management from the University of Tehran in 2019. His research focuses mainly on exploiting immersive technologies to improve worker-robot partnerships at construction sites. He explores different aspects of human-robot interaction and their impact on various human factors through the application of wearable biosensors. By overcoming the challenges ahead, he aims to develop an innovative training platform for human-robot collaboration at construction workplaces.
Somayeh Asadi, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor in the Department of Architectural Engineering at The Pennsylvania State University. Prior to that, she was an Assistant Professor at Texas A&M University. Dr. Asadi's research interests focus on automated design, critical infrastructure systems, food-water-energy nexus, the design of high-performance buildings, and environmental sustainability. She serves on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Advanced Materials Research and the Journal of Environmental Conservation Research, has obtained funding from diverse sources, including the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, the Department of Energy, the Qatar National Research Fund, and the National Science Foundation, and published more than 70 journal and conference papers.
SangHyun Lee, Ph.D., is a Professor and John L. Tishman Faculty Scholar at the University of Michigan, where he is also the Associate Department Chair of Research for the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. He received both his MSc