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  • Wu Xianfeng
    E-mail: xwu@bjut.edu.cn
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Research Areas

Architecture Design, Sports Park, Post-Occupancy Evaluation



l Li, X. & Wu, X.*. (2021). “Mountain Forest Venues / Ecological Winter Olympics” The Design Overview of Planning, Venues and Infrastructure of Beijing Winter Olympic Games Yanqing Competition Zone. The Journal of Architecture. No.633(07+08):69-76.CSSCI, JST, WJCI

l Wu, X., Kou, Z.*, Oldfield, P., Heath, T. & Borsi, K (2021). Informal Learning Spaces in Higher Education: Student Preferences and Activities. Buildings, 11, 252. https://doi.org/10.3390/buildings11060252 (SCI, IF=4.2, 2020 CiteScore (Architecture) 1)

l Wu, X.*, Liu, S., & Shukla, A. (2020). Serious games as an engaging medium on building energy consumption: a review of trends, categories and approaches. Sustainability, 12. eISSN: 2071-1050. https://doi.org/10.3390/su12208508SCI, IF=2.576, JCR 2

l Wu, X.*, Oldfield, P. and Heath, T. (2020). Spatial openness and student activities in an atrium: A parametric evaluation of a social informal learning environment. Building and Environment. ISSN: 0360-1323.

Personal Statement

Dr Wu Xianfeng obtained his Doctoral degree at the University of Nottingham. He has rich experience in research and practice in both UK and China. He has postdoctoral research experience at Atelier Li Xinggang, China Architecture Design and Research Group, Tsinghua University, and Coventry University. His research focuses on the design, construction and maintenance of Yanqing Competition Zone of Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games, post occupancy evaluation of sports park, informal learning space, and spatial openness.