I have been invited to author multiple book chapters with established publications, including Elsevier, IGI Global, and Nova Science Publishers, among others. I take pride in my research and contributions in the areas of sustainability and Smart infrastructure. Within the pages of my works, there is a depth of knowledge and insight, that reflects my dedication to the study of these fields and my engagement with the written word.
The Triple Bottom Line Approach to Sustainable Buildings
Buildings that are responsible for high carbon emissions consume large amounts of energy and natural resources, adversely impacting the entire climate ecosystem. The Triple Bottom Line (3BL) approach to sustainability suitably adopted to the buildings industry can help cure the carbon catastrophe and make a shift towards long-term climate care. With the triple pillars of people, planet, and profitability at its core, the 3BL framework can help us reverse-engineer the concept of sustainability of buildings for better quality of life on a greener planet.
Smart City Buildings for a Resilient, Sustainable Future
We are living in rapidly changing times where the world is running low on its carbon budget in trying to rapidly transition to net zero. We are also living amidst transformations, innovation, and operational modernization to be able to provide for a Smart City, including climate health. Future smart cities demand a balanced blend of data and technology to create diversely inclusive and sustainable solutions.
Sustainability and Health in a Smart City: Health at the Heart of a Smart City
Smart cities have so far focused on improving citizens' standards of living, with emphasis on better transportation, improved housing spaces and workplaces, and energy conservation. A pandemic-stricken world emerging to adopt a new normal has shifted the focus to health and hastened the need for leveraging technology to enable Smart Cities to move to the next level of wellbeing.
Transformative Innovation in Course Design for STEM-Based E-Learning
Students today are the workers and leaders of tomorrow. It is, therefore, essential to future-proof education against serious disruptions to ensure continued socioeconomic development in the world. The distant learning format is, as yet, largely uncharted in several parts of the world. But it is set to revolutionize teaching and learning in the years to come. By leveraging the pandemic circumstances that disrupted in-person, face-to-face instruction, the author recommends a set of fundamental solutions to bring the complexities of STEM learning back on course.