Lecturer in Landscape Architectural Design
Wendy Walls is a lecturer in Landscape Architectural design, at the University of Melbourne, Australia. Wendy’s research and teaching focuses on the use of data and digital technologies for designing with dynamic climatic phenomena in external open space, innovative design methodologies and interdisciplinary practices. Her PhD addressed issues of thermal sensation in Australian cities where current climate change predictions suggest more frequent, intense and dangerous heatwaves. She was the recipient of the David Yencken Scholarship for Landscape Architecture and Ecological Sustainability. Outcomes from her research and teaching have been presented at a number of peer-reviewed international events including the Digital Landscape Architecture conference, the Architectural Science Association conference and Landscape as Necessity.