Elizabeth Robnett
BS Civil Engineering

Academic Year 2014/15
  • Mode: Full Time
  • Electives: Computer Mediated Communication, Knowledge Management, Virtual Construction, Virtual Enterprises

      Graduation: Expected in October 2015  
    Area of Interest:
  • Sustainable Development
  • Energy Efficient Design
  • Facilities Management
  • Modeling
      Expectation from CKR29: To apply Information Technology to Sustainable Engineering.
    Minor Thesis Topic:  

      Previous Qualification:
  • BS Civil Engineering - California State University, Long Beach
  • Sustainability Specialist, Sales, BASF Corp. (2011 to 2014)
    Construction Chemicals, Concrete Admixtures
  • Staff Engineer, Engineering/Remediation Resource Group, Inc. (2009 to 20011)
    Emergency Planning, Remediation, and New Construction
  • Facilities Planner, Avila, Government Services Inc. (2007 to 2008)
    Graphical Representations of Existing Facilities
  • Field Engineer, Allana Lippert, Inc. (2004 to 2005)
    Water Infiltration in New and Existing Construction

      CKR29 - IT in AEC:
  • IT in AEC homepage
  • ITC-Euromaster homepage
      Modules Studied: CE6011 - Software Engineering
    CE6012 - Computer Aided Facility Management
    CE6019 - Building Diagnositics
    CE6029 - Energy Systems in Buildings
    CE6021 - Software Engineering(2)-Project
    CE6022 - IT for e-Business in AEC
    CE6030 - Energy Systems in Buildings- Project
    CE6028 - Information Modelling and Retrieval- Project
      Useful Links for Modules: CE6011
  • Lecture Resources
  • Description of UML Diagrams
  • Introductory Guide to DOORS - "Getting Started with Doors"
  • Description of Capability Maturity Model
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