Dr Amanda Marshall-Ponting
Lecturer; Programme Director MSc Project Management in Construction
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I joined the University of Salford in 2001 working as a Research Assistant on the BEQUEST project, working subsequently on the EU funded Intelcity and INTELCITIES projects developing an IT platform for integrating e-government services delivered in a number of case study cities in Europe.
Between 2002 and 2005 I was a researcher on the From 3D to nD Modelling project and completed my doctoral research on this subject focussing on the collaboration impacts of using multidisciplinary modelling in construction.
I became an academic member of staff in 2007 lecturing in team work and management at undergraduate and postgraduate level and leading the user testing research on the SURegen project developing an on-line decision-support tool for regeneration practitioners. I have been investigating the use of simulation and modelling technologies for planning the whole healthcare system as a member of the HaCIRIC research team since 2011.
I currently teach construction management across a number of undergraduate programmes and postgraduate modules with a particular academic interest in team work and collaboration in the construction industry using ICTs such as Building Information Modelling (BIM). I also supervise postgraduate students.
My research interest is focussed upon the development, user testing and application of information communication technologies, and their use for enhancing collaboration and decision-making for the built environment (nD modelling and BIM; construction, healthcare and local government sectors.
Qualifications and Memberships
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy 2012
Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education Practice and Research 2010
PhD (nD modelling for enhanced collaboration in construction) 2006
MRes Informatics 2000
BSc (Hons) Applied Psychology 1998
Marshall-Ponting, A. ( 2013) Tacit knowledge vs. the official statistics: Should we make decisions using the former when we don't trust the latter? Accepted for publication in proceedings of the Management of Technology: Step to sustainable production conference, 29-31 May 2013, Novi Vinodolski, Croatia.
Marshall-Ponting, A., Kobbacy, K., Sapountzis, S. & Kagioglou, M . (2013) A multi-faceted approach to optimising a complex unplanned healthcare system. Accepted for publication in the International Journal of Logistics Systems and Management.
Haron, A., Marshall-Ponting, A. & Aouad, G. (2010) Building Information Modelling: Literature review on model to determine the level of uptake by the organisation, in CIB World Building Congress 2010, Salford Quays, UK, 10th-13th May 2010.
Marshall-Ponting, A. (2009) Regeneration decision-making: Some early 'opportunities' and decisions for SURegen, in proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Construction in the 21st Century, Istanbul, Turkey, May 2009.
One day workshop developing a roadmap for Future Scenarios for e-Government at Digital Government 2006 Conference, 21st-24th May, 2006, San Diego, USA.
NSF-EU collaboration: Workshop series developing joint research opportunities between the USA and the EU (Bolzano, Italy, 24-5th October 2005; Manchester, 20th June 2005; Albany, USA, 21st-23rd March 2005).