NSF: Future of Work
Ming Tang worked as co-Investigator on the project funded by the NSF Grant.
Future of Work: Understanding the interrelationships between humans and technology to improve the quality of work-life in smart buildings.
Grant: #SES-2026594 PI: David W. Wendell. co-PIs: Harfmann, Anton; Fry, Michael; Rebola, Claudia; co-Is: Pravin Bhiwapurkar, Ann Black, Annulla Linders, Tamara Lorenz, Nabil Nassif, John Seibert, Ming Tang, Nicholas Williams, and Danny T.Y. Wu. 01-01-2021 -12-31-2021 National Science Foundation $149,720. Awarded Level: Federal
The objective of this proposed planning project is to mobilize a multidisciplinary team of researchers to develop the methodology for collecting, analyzing, and correlating existing discipline-specific research and data about buildings and the workers in them in search of interactions that have not yet been uncovered. Specifically, we will explore the interrelationships among 1) overall building performance, 2) indoor and outdoor environmental conditions, 3) physical health, and 4) satisfaction with the work environment.
Ming Tang worked on the Digital Twin model to assemble multiple historical sensor data sets into an interactive 3D model.
See more details on the Digital Twin workflow.