Dr Amy Tang is an Assistant Professor in Architecture and Urban Design, at the Department of Architecture and Built Environment, University of Nottingham. She is majorly teaching modules for MArch in Sustainable Urban Design course. Her research and teaching interests in sustainable urban design theory and practice; urban change and urban identity; public places and cities; sustainable dwelling and settlement in rural areas in China; industrial conservation and redevelopment in China; philosophies, theories and practices of the traditional Chinese architectural and urban design; urban spatial design strategies and approaches; historical conservation and regeneration in China; and social, cultural and historical sustainability. Her research focuses on the relationship between urban design theory and practice in varies aspects. She graduated from the Architecture School, Tianjin University in China and received BEng in City Planning and Urban Design. She carried on her further higher education studies at University of Nottingham for Master in Architecture and Urban Design. She has finished her PhD in Architecture in 2012. Amy has been involved in teaching and tutoring in architecture and urban design studios in the Department of Architecture and Built Environment for the last 10 years and as a full-time member of academic staff since autumn 2008.
Dr Amy Tang is a part of the Architecture, Culture and Tectonics (ACT) Research Group.
Social and cultural sustainability, sustainable dwelling and living, integrating innovative architectural and urban design in historical context, industrial conservation and redevelopment,… read more
FENG LIU, KAICHENG WANG and YUE TANG, 2019. A study of Renewal Strategies for Old Industrial Building Skin based on Transparency Industrial Construction. 4(April), 69-75 KAICHENG WANG and FENG LIU, 2019. Analysis of the Spatial Characteristics of Stanley Resso Residence Housing Science. 3(March), 42-47 FENG LIU, ZHENYU HU, YUE TANG and JIANGTAO XIE, 2019. Study on Natural Visibility Measurement of Public Space in Primary and Secondary Schools Science Technology and Engineering. 19(33), 1902970
HU, Y., HEATH, T., TANG, Y. and ZHANG, Q., 2017. Using Quantitative Analysis to Assess the Appropriateness of Infill Buildings in Historic Settings Journal of Architectural and Planning Research. 34(2), 1
Social and cultural sustainability, sustainable dwelling and living, integrating innovative architectural and urban design in historical context, industrial conservation and redevelopment, sustainable urban regeneration strategies and design, tourism development in conservation areas, urban spatial design principles and practice, age-friendly living and community development.
Conservation planning and design in historical towns and cities in China; public realm; urban change and urban identity, transportation system in China.
I welcome applications from potential PhD candidates from Home, EU and international countries who are interested in the following research areas: Conservation planning and design in historical towns and cities; Industrial conservation and redevelopment; Social and cultural sustainability; Urban spatial design principles and practice; Age-friendly living and community development; Tourism development in conservation areas