Welcome to Mani Golparvar's website at Virginia Tech. Dr. Golparvar-Fard is the founder and the director of the Real-time and Automated Monitoring and Control (raamac) lab at Virginia Tech. For more information, please check:
In case of any questions or comments, please directly email Mani Golparvar: mgolpar [at] illinois [dot] edu.
I'm very happy to tell you that this website is finally going through major updates. Please stay tuned for the new content and design.
BEST POSTER AWARD - 2010 CII CONFERENCE
I'm very happy to tell you our poster for the 2010 Construction Industry Institute's 2010 Annual Conference has received the best poster award of the year!
I'm extremely excited to inform you that I am joining the faculty at Virginia Tech!! In the fall, I'll be an Assistant Professor of Construction Eng. & Mgmt, in the Vecellio Construction Eng & Mgt Program of Charles E. Via Civil & Env. Eng. Dept. as well as Myers-Lawson School of Construction. Go Hokies!
BEST STUDENT PAPER AWARD - 6th INT CONF. ON INNOVATION IN AEC
I'm very very happy to tell you our paper for the 6th Int. Conf. on Innovation in AEC has received the best student paper award of the year!
FIATECH CETI AWARD - OUTSTANDING STUDENT RESEARCHER CATEGORY
I'm extremely happy to report that the D4AR- 4 Dimensional Augmented Reality- modeling approach received the best award of the year! This CETI award is presented to students in their last year of program, whose technology implementation or R&D efforts demonstrate tangible results and benefits to AEC professionals and owners. read more...
MY NEW WEBSITE IS LIVE!
Mani's new research website is live! The transition from googlepages (since 2006) to newly self-designed XHTML/CSS website is complete. The photographs used are mostly from Student Dining and Residence Hall project that I have been actively involved in as a project engineer.
FIRST-PLACE BEST POSTER AWARD - CONSTRUCTION RESEARCH CONGRESS
D4AR- 4 Dimensional Augmented Reality- system received the first-place best poster award at the annual Construction Research Congress in Seattle, WA.