|First Name:||Quazi Mohd Mahtab-uz|
|Position:||Course Leader, BSc Construction Management and Lecturer in Urban Design|
|Telephone:||+44 (0)1224 263510|
Duties and Responsibilities
Stage Manager, Stage 1 Architecture
Module Coordinator for:
- History and Theory 5. The City and Contemporary Architecture
- Elective: Contemporary Issues in Urban Design & Development, AC4012
Steering Committee Member: Architectural Humanities Research Association (AHRA)
Dr Quazi Zaman has held various teaching and researching posts since 1992, including:
- Post-Doctoral Fellow, Hong Kong University (2000-2002)
- Visiting Post-Doctoral Fellow, Oxford Brookes University (2001)
- Research Assistant, Hong Kong University (1998-2000)
- Research Assistant, OMA Asia and GSD Harvard University (1996)
- Associate Professor, BRAC University (2002-2007)
- US Fulbright Senior Teaching and Research Fellow, College of Art, Architecture and Planning, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York (2007-2008)
- Post-graduate in Shelter Design & Development [SDD], Lund University, Lund, Sweden (2006-2007)
- Doctor of Philosophy, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong (2000)
- Masters of Urban Design, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong (1993)
- Bachelor of Architecture, Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology, Dhaka (1989)
Design Competition Entries and Accolades
2013: Professional Award at Core77, New York, for Greening Campus – HelpKIDS collaborative design process
2006: Honorary Mention, Lawachara National Tourist Information Centre, UNESCO, Ministry of Forest, Bangladesh (2006).
1997: Second Prize, International Housing Design Competition, Association of Collegiate School of Architecture, USA & OTIS USA (1997)
2017: Joy Akrah Conservation of Sakumo Ramsar site (inland wetlands), towards a sustainable urban environment, Tema – Ghana.
2014: Bisi Olumide (University of Lagos, Department of Architecture), Social Housing Design & Transformation Issues in Lagos (as co-supervisor)
2013: Ixiar Ugalde (PhD), Children-centred Urbanism (Principal Supervisor) (to be completed in 2017)
2013: Jeremy Lambert (PhD), Solutions to Design Scheduling with Resource Constrained Review Timeframes (Principal Supervisor) (to be completed in 2017)
2012: Azar Fershidi (PhD), Communal Space in Mass Housing, Investigation into non-intentional spaces (co-supervisor) (Completed)
2010: Marta Miguel (MPhil): Micro-Project and its implication in Master planning (co-supervisor) (Completed)
1. Course Leader: Construction Management, 2016 ~
2. Coordinator: All dissertation across the various undergraduate and postgraduate courses of the Scott Sutherland School of Architecture & Built Environment, 2008?2016.
3. Leadership in Learning Enhancement Coordinator (LEC) for the Scott Sutherland School of Architecture, 2012?2015
4. Coordinator, School Liaison, to engage secondary school with the architecture courses [Marketing]
5. Community Engagement and Planning, since 2002 in various continents.
6. Director: Centre for Architecture and Urban Design for China and Hong Kong, 2000?2002 [Research on Asian Urbanism]
Dr Zaman's research and teaching centre around thesubject of urban design and architectural manifestation in the urban context,focusing on new urbanism, regionalism and regeneration, the healthy city byurban design, vertical urbanism, emerging new versus traditional urbanism inAsia, the mega-city (a new mode of production of space and theorizing urbancongestions project), child-centred urbanism, and a public realm interfacesstudy.
In addition, he has also served in the World Bank's'Doing Business' research project (2002-2008) and was a consultant for theWorld Bank-assisted Entrepreneur, International Finance and Facilities Centrein Bangladesh (2004-2008), where he generated a number of urban design anddevelopment guidelines for Private-Public Partnership projects, significantlyfor the International Trade Centre.
Besides his teaching career, he has extensive architectural and urban designconsultancy experience in Hong Kong and Bangladesh.
As part of the IDEAS Research Institute, Dr Zaman obtained a small grant to kick start research on urban design in the citycentre of Aberdeen - £3,600 (2010-2011). He also received funding for the Potsdamer Platz study and book publication (2013), as well as British Council funding to explore teaching and research linkage with Al-Farabai Kazakhstan National University in Almaty (2013).
- Registered Full Member, Hong Kong Urban Design Institute (since 2013)
- Fellow, Institute of Architects Bangladesh (since 1989)
- Asiatic Society, Bangladesh (since 2002)
- European Housing Research Network (Sweden) (since 2000)
- Asian Planning Network for Housing Research (Hong Kong) (since 2000)
- Housing Research Network (Hong Kong) (since 2000)
External / Professional Roles
1. External Examiner, PhD at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology, Ghana, 2016.
2. External Examiner: PhD at Alcala University [Universidad de Alcalá], Madrid, Spain. 2016
3. External Examiner: PhD at Sydney University, Australia. 2014
4. External Examiner, M Architecture, Auckland University, New Zealand. 2002?2004
1. Zaman, Quazi and Troiani, Igea (eds.) (forthcoming in 2017), [in press] Transdisciplinary Urbanism and Culture – pedagogy to praxis, Springer?Verlag, Switzerland [co?edited with Troiani, Igea].
2. Co-authored with Marta A G Miguel and Richard Laing (2016), Explorations of an urban intervention management system: A reflection on how to deal with urban complex systems and deliver dynamic change, in Cladwell, G A, Smith, Carl H and Clift E M (editors), Digital Futures and the City of Today, Intellect Ltd., UK.
3. Co-authored with Farshidi A. and Deveci G. (2013), Theoretical Underpinning of Passive Communal Spaces in Urban Residential Developments Case of selected housing typologies in the United Kingdom, Human And Social Sciences at the Common Conference, November, 18. - 22. 2013
4. Nowobilska, M and Zaman, Quazi M (2013), Potsdamer Platz – The Making of Berlin, Springer Brief, Springer Verlag, Switzerland.
5. Zaman, Quazi and Laing, Richard (2013), Sustainable Approach to Regenerating Residential Form and Density: A Case of Dhaka, Urban Studies Research, Volume 2013 (2013), Article ID 783792, 12 pages, Hindawi Publishing Corporation.
6. Zaman, Quazi (2011), Adaptive Re-use and Urban Regeneration in Dhaka – A theoretical exploration, Open House International, vol. 36, no. 2, pp. 45-58
7. Zaman, Quazi et al. (2007), In Search of a Habitable Urban Space-Built Ratio: A Case Study of Building and Planning Regulation in Dhaka City, in J H Bay and B L Ong. (Editors), Tropical Sustainable Architecture: Social and Environmental Dimensions, Architectural Press (Elsevier), UK., pp. 125-147, ISBN 0-75-066797-4
8. Zaman, Q M (2004), Hong Kong: Density and Sustainable Urban Form, Journal of Research in Architecture and Planning, Department of Architecture and Planning, NED University of Engineering and Technology, Pakistan.
9. Zaman, Quazi et al. (2002), Difficulties in Achieving Open Building in the Mass Housing in Hong Kong and Implication of User Participation, Architectural Science Review, Vol. 45, No. 3, September 2002, pp. 175 – 181.
10. Zaman, Quazi et al. (2000), Constrains in achieving a total open building in the mass housing in Hong Kong and implication of user participation, in Geraedts Rob et al (ed), Continuous Customisation in Housing, Conference of CIB W104 Open Building Implementation: OBT 2000: Open Building in Tokyo, 16 - 18 October 2000, Tokyo.
11. Zaman, Quazi et al. (2000), City Expansion Policy versus Compact City Demand: The Case of Dhaka, in Jenks M. and Burgess R. (eds.), The Compact Cities: Sustainable Urban Form for Developing Countries, Spon Press, London, pp. 141 – 152, ISBN 0-419-25130-8
12. Zaman, Quazi et al. (2000), High-Density 'Instant City: Pudong in Shanghai, in Jenks M. and Burgess R. (eds.), The Compact Cities: Sustainable Urban Form for Developing Countries, Spon Press, London, pp. 103 –116, ISBN 0-419-25130-8
13. Zaman, Quazi et al. (2000), The Compact City of Hong Kong: A Sustainable Model for Asia?, in Jenks M. and Burgess R. (eds.), The Compact Cities: Sustainable Urban Form for Developing Countries, Spon Press, London, pp. 255 - 268, ISBN 0-419-25130-8
14. Zaman, Quazi (2000), Asian Megacities – Reconciliation with the World City Order, Hinge, Vol. 66, pp. 36 – 52.
Lecture Documentations/Peer Reviewed Proceedings
1. Globalization, Urban Auditing and Search for Sustainable Dhaka, South Asia Program, Cornell University, USA (2008)
2. Tale of Three Asia Cities, Department of Architecture, PennSTATE University, USA (2008)
3. "Importance of Urban Design in Architecture to Achieve a Sustainable Urban Development in Dhaka", 6th Biennial Conference and 10th Anniversary Celebration of The International Urban Planning and Environment Association in Louisville, KY, USA, organized by the University of Louisville, KY, USA, September 4-8, 2004
4. “Space of Democracy – Growth of Transient Space in Bengali Culture”, in Annual Colloquium: Mapping Identities: Urban Landscapes and the Discourse of Space, in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at the Catholic University of America, April 3, 2004, Washington DC, USA.
5. Research Paper (Megacities Case Study: Pudong, Shanghai) presented at the Megacities-Compact Cities – Urban Form and Sustainability, Mini-Conference, organised by the members of the OCSD-Cities, Oxford Brookes University, 30 November 2000, Oxford, The United Kingdom.
6. Research Paper (Megacities Case Study: Compact City Hong Kong) presented at the International Conference on Multi-purpose High-rise Towers & Tall Buildings – The Vertical City: New Challenges for the Megacities of the 21st Century, Palacio Municipal de Congresos, 7 – 10 November 2000, Madrid, Spain.
7. Research Paper (Megacities Case Study: Sustainable City Form: Hong Kong) presented at the Centre Francais due Commerce Exterieur (CFCE), Paris, Organised by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (EGIDE) Paris and Consulate General of France of Hong Kong, 7 - 20 November 2000, Paris, France.
8. Research Paper (Megacities Case Study: Instant City Pudong) presented at the Department of Building & Architecture, Faculteit Bouwkunde, Technishe Universitet Eindhoven, 29 – 31 October 2000, Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
9. Research Paper (Megacities Case Study: Hong Kong Compact City) presented at the Fachereich Archtektur, Technische Universitat Berlin, Habitat Unit, 20 October – 3 November 2000, Berlin.
Editorial Board [peer reviewed] Journals
• Open House International [International Editorial Board]
• Global Built Environment Review, UK [Commissioning Editor and Editorial Board]
• Architectural Humanities Research Association Journal, UK [International Editorial Board]