Joseph Amoako-Attah is currently a Lecturer in Liverpool John Mores University. He formally worked as a Lecturer and Building Energy Performance Researcher at the University of West London (UWL), School of Computing and Engineering, Dept. of Civil Engineering and Built Environment. He also worked as a lecturer in School of Architecture Computing & Engineering, University of East London. He has extensive experience in the rail and aluminium industries. Joseph is a chartered engineer and holds membership of the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (MCIBSE) and International Building Performance Simulation Association - England (MIBPSA).
Joseph holds a PhD in the Built Environment from University of West London. His PhD research was on “Impact of climate change on newly detached residential buildings in the UK - passive mitigation and adaptation strategies”. Joseph graduated from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana, with an honours degree in Mechanical Engineering in 1994, a masters degree in Civil Engineering from University of East London in 2008, a masters degree in business administration (MBA) from University of Leicester in 2009 and a postgraduate certificate of research from University of West London in 2011.
He has a personal commitment and ability to deliver research informed teaching which enhances undergraduate and postgraduate students’ experience on how to provide thermal comfort and efficient energy use in buildings, through the application of passive design principles and incorporation of appropriate building services. He has a passion for achieving high-impact research in the sustainable building and infrastructure with the view to look up for innovative and creative solutions to problems, in fulfilling the world’s vision of developing sustainable urban environment and buildings. He is also commitment to knowledge transfer and making a difference to global carbon emissions reduction via research and education of all stakeholders.
2015, University of West London, United Kingdom, PhD
2012, University of West London, United Kingdom, Postgraduate Certificate in Research
2008, University of East London, United Kingdom, MSc in Civil Engineering
2007, University of Leicester, United Kingdom, Master of Business Administration (MBA Finance)
1993, University of Science and Technology, Ghana, BSc Mechanical Engineering
Lecturer in Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering, Liverpool John Moores University, 2019 - present
Lecturer in Civil Engineering, University of East London, 2016 - 2017
Lecturer in Civil Engineering/Built Environment, University of West London, 2011 - 2019
Amoako-Attah J, B-Jahromi A. 2016. The Impact of Different Weather Files on London Detached Residential Building Performance-Deterministic, Uncertainty, and Sensitivity Analysis on CIBSE TM48 and CIBSE TM49 Future Weather Variables Using CIBSE TM52 as Overheating Criteria Sustainability, 8 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url
Amoako-Attah J, B-Jahromi A. 2016. Impact of conservatory as a passive solar design of UK dwellings PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS-ENGINEERING SUSTAINABILITY, 169 :198-213 DOI Author Url
Amoako-Attah J, B-Jahromi A. 2015. Method comparison analysis of dwellings' temperatures in the UK PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS-ENGINEERING SUSTAINABILITY, 168 :16-27 DOI Author Url
Amoako-Attah J, B-Jahromi A. 2014. Impact of standard construction specification on thermal comfort in UK dwellings Advances in environmental research, 3 :253-281 DOI
Atkinson L, Amoako-Attah J, B-Jahromi A. 2014. Government's influence on the implementation of BIM Computing in Civil and Building Engineering - Proceedings of the 2014 International Conference on Computing in Civil and Building Engineering, :520-527 DOI
Engagement & Impact
Fellow of the HE Academy (FHEA). 2018
Membership of professional bodies:
Chartered Engineer (CEng), Engineering Council. 2017
CEng MCIBSE, Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE). 2017
MIBPSA, International Building Performance Simulation. 2012
GMICE, Institution of Civil Engineers. 2009