As a senior design researcher with HKS, Casey is dedicated to the education of design professionals through translational communication of scientific findings related to human health, wellbeing and performance. Casey’s human behavior research expertise stems from his PhD in psychology from Stanford University where he studied emotions and memory across the lifespan and his Master of Architecture from the University of Colorado.
Through his prior work as a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Arizona Institute on Place, Wellbeing & Performance, he gained extensive expertise using the latest advancements in wearable sensing technology and other IEQ measures to study how the ambient environment affects physiological health and wellbeing outcomes. Casey is broadly interested in the way built environments affect humans physiologically and psychologically, and is particularly interested in design solutions for the dissimilar effects the built environment has on people due to individual differences.
Over wine and cheese, participants will hear first-hand from Casey the latest research on the effect that the built environment has on human health, wellbeing, and performance.
Date : 26 September 2018, Wednesday
Venue : HKS Singapore Office, 51 Duxton, Singapore 089515
Time : 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Complimentary for ULI members
Non-members SGD25 / USD20
Men and women are cordially invited. Space is limited so please sign up early to avoid disappointment. Priority will be given to ULI women members.
Registration closes Friday, 21 September 2018.