A/Prof Hemanta Doloi
Associate Professor in Property and Construction Management and Technology
Dr Hemanta Doloi is currently a Senior Lecturer specialising in Project and Construction Management. Dr Doloi’s research is centred on process modelling, life cycle analysis, multi-criteria decision analysis, soft computing and social network analysis in the field of Project and Construction Management. His research resulted the establishment of a new project management concept known as Life Cycle Project Management (LCPM) empowering optimal decision making across project life cycle.
Dr Doloi is at the forefront of conducting numerous empirical and conceptual research in vast areas of construction and project management research including project failures and success, risks and uncertainty minimisation and quantification of social sustainability and value creation in capital projects. His research efforts have also contributed to the use of advanced modelling techniques in Climate Change to develop an experimental framework and hierarchical decision model that places benefits to stakeholders and community interests at the core of decision making.
So far, Dr Doloi has published over 80 research papers in reputable peer reviewed journals and conferences in Construction Management and Engineering internationally. In addition, Dr Doloi authored a book and seven book chapters. Dr Doloi is widely consulted for corporate training courses on project risk management, project scheduling and control, project financial analysis and project management fundamentals leading to professional qualifications such as PMP in the corporate world.
In 2012, Dr Doloi’s outstanding contribution into research and teaching has been recognised by honouring him the nationally competitive Infinite Value Award in Research and Teaching administered by the Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors (AIQS).
- Cross-cultural analysis and capacity building in construction management practices focusing on housing and infrastructure sector
- Seacombe West – Australia’s First Regenerative Community