Qiong Wu is a Fellow of the Center for Buildings, Infrastructure and Public Space and enrolled in the Master’s Degree program for Construction Engineering & Management at the Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science of Columbia University. Her undergraduate degree was a Bachelor in Architecture from Tongji University in Shanghai, conferred in July, 2014.
She has significant experience working as an architect at the Tongji Architectural Design Group Co., Ltd. where she transferred concept design to construction drawings for the sustainable renovation of Tongji University’s Yunchou Building. On that project she assessed site problems and modified drawings in response to Requests for Information. At this office she also worked on the new campus of the China University of Geosciences in Wuhan, preparing bid documents and 3D models to visualize design concepts, using Sketchup and V-ray. She also worked as an Interior Design Intern at AECOM.
Her research interests include automation in construction and infrastructure ontology. At CBIPS she will be participating in the research efforts pertaining to embedding the concept of resilience into the design of smart cities, particularly in regard to cyber security for infrastructure.