Yi-Kai Juan

2010.11.20 - By Office

National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Department of Architecture,
Associate Professor

Education

  • Ph.D at National Taiwan University of Science and Technology
  • Visiting Scholar at Stanford University
  • Post-doctoral research fellow at Georgia Institute of Technology

Research field

  • Management Science and Artificial Intelligence applied on A/E/C Industry
  • Green Economy and Strategic Management
  • Green Product Design and Management
  • Sustainable Facility and Refurbishment Management
  • Research Methods

Courses:

  • Quantitative Methods for Architecture
  • Action Research for A/E/C
  • Analysis and Research on Architecture
  • Green Economy and Technology Management

Recent Research

  • Application of Artificial Intelligence on A/E/C Industry: Decision Support System for Green Building Design, Decision Support Model for Building Energy Performance Management
  • Decision Support Model for Smart City Planning and Management
  • Game Design and Development for Green Building
  • Explore Challenges and Strategies of Renewable Energy Application in Taiwan
  • Green Product Design, Business Model, and Competitiveness Analysis
  • Future Office Environment Planning: Decision Support System for Distributed Workplace Arrangement based on Innovation Theory(NSC)
  • Technology and Prototype Feasibility Analysis of Green Water System (NSC)
  • Intelligent Fire Escaping System Design (NSC)

Publications

  1. Juan Y.K., Roper K.O., Castro D. (2010). Decision support approach based on multiple objectives and resources for assessing the relocation plan of dangerous hillside aggregations. European Journal of Operational Research, 202(1), 265-272. (SCI, IF=1.627)
  2. Juan Y.K., Chien S.F, Li Y.J. (2010). Customer-focused system for pre-sale housing customization using case-based reasoning and Feng-Shui theory. Indoor and Built Environment, 19(4), 453-464. (SCI).
  3. Juan Y.K., Wang L., Wang, J., Leckie J. (2010). Decision Support System for Smart City Planning and Management. Accepted by IBM Journal of Research and Development. (SCI, IF=3.772)
  4. Juan Y.K., Kim J.H., Roper K.O., Castro D. (2010). Optimal decision making on urban renewal projects. Management Decision, 48(2), 207-224. (SSCI)
  5. Juan Y.K., Peng G., Wang J. (2010). A hybrid decision support system for sustainable office building renovation and energy performance improvement. Energy and Buildings, 42(3), 290-297. (SCI, IF=1.590)
  6. Juan Y.K. (2009). A hybrid approach using data envelopment analysis and case-based reasoning for housing refurbishment contractors selection and performance improvement. Expert Systems with Applications, 36(3), 5702-5710. (SCI, IF=2.596)
  7. Juan Y.K., Kim J.H., Roper K.O., Castro D. (2009). GA‐based decision support system for housing condition assessment and refurbishment strategies. Automation in Construction, 18(4), 394-401. (SCI, IF= 1.664)
  8. Juan Y.K., Perng Y.H., Castro D., Lu K.S. (2009). Housing refurbishment contractors selection based on a hybrid fuzzy-QFD approach. Automation in Construction, 18(2), 139-144. (SCI, IF=1.664)
  9. Juan Y.K., Shih S.G., Perng Y.H. (2006). Decision support for housing customization: A hybrid approach using case-based reasoning and genetic algorithm. Expert Systems with Applications, 31(1), 83-93. (SCI, IF=2.596)
  10. Perng Y.H, Juan Y.K., Hsu H.S. (2007). Genetic algorithm-based decision support for the restoration budget allocation of historical buildings. Building and Environment, 42(2), 770-778. (SCI, IF=1.192)
  11. Wang H.J., Chiou C.W., Juan Y.K. (2008). Decision support model based on case-based reasoning approach for estimating the restoration budgets of historical buildings. Expert Systems with Applications, 35(4), 1601-1610. (SCI, IF=2.596)
  12. Perng Y.H, Juan Y.K., Chien S. F. (2006). Exploring the Bidding Situation for Economically Most Advantageous Tender Projects Using a Bidding Game. Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 132(10), 1037-1042. (SCI, IF= 0.564)

E-mailrik@mail.ntust.edu.tw

Phone:886-2-2730-6658

Research Room:RB-704

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