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Hasan Kalyoncu Üniversitesi Web Sayfası
Hasan Kalyoncu Üniversitesi Web Sayfası


Hasan Kalyoncu Üniversitesi Web Sayfası
Akademik Kadro
Prof. Dr. Tamer YILMAZ
Prof. Dr. Yusuf ARAYICI (DEKAN)
Prof. Dr. Mehmet KARPUZCU
Prof. Dr. Ömer ARIÖZ
Prof. Dr. Mevlüt Yaşar KALTAKCI
Prof. Dr. Fevziye AKÖZ
Yrd. Doç. Dr. Adem YURTSEVER
Yrd. Doç. Dr. Dia Eddin NASSANİ
Yrd. Doç. Dr. Şafak Hengirmen TERCAN
Yrd. Doç. Dr. Volkan KALPAKCI
Yrd. Doç. Dr. Volkan İSBUĞA
Öğretim Görevlisi Nurullah AKBULUT
Araştırma Görevlisi Mehmet SAKİN
Araştırma Görevlisi Özge Çiğdem ÖZELMACI
Araştırma Görevlisi Muhammet ÇINAR
Prof. Dr. Mustafa GÜNAL
Doç. Dr. Ali Fırat ÇABALAR
Prof. Dr. Abdulkadir ÇEVİK
Prof. Dr. Hanifi ÇANAKCI
Doç. Dr. Mehmet İshak YÜCE
Yrd. Doç. Dr. Zeynep IŞIK
Doç. Dr. Kasım MERMERDAŞ
Prof. Dr. Yusuf ARAYICI (DEKAN)

Akademik Geçmiş
Lisans : İstanbul Teknik Üniversitesi
Yüksek Lisans : Salford University
Doktora : Salford University

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Kısa Özgeçmiş
Prof Yusuf Arayici is professor in Hasan Kalyoncu University, and an experienced researcher with an engineering background, his research spans from Building Information Modelling and process modelling to energy efficiency and sustainability through research and enterprise projects. He led research groups of substance over a prolonged period of time through continuous cycle of research with funded research and enterprise projects including DIVERCITY (Distributed Virtual Workspace for enhancing Communication and Collaboration), INTELCITIES (Intelligent Sustainable Cities), VEPS (Virtual Environmental Planning System), SUREGEN (Integrated Decision Support System for Sustainable Urban Regeneration), and the KTP project of BIM (Building Information Modelling) adoption to an architectural company in Liverpool, the Design4Energy and Heritage BIM projects.
He graduated 11 PhDs in the Built Environment field, published more than 70 papers that are cited over 1000 times, published two books; one titled “Requirements Engineering for Computer Integrated Environment” and another one titled "Building Information Modelling". Currently publishing his 3rd book titled Heritage Building Information Modelling.
Araştırma Konuları

GIS (Geographic Information Systems)
BIM (Building Information Modelling)
Requirements Engineering for Computer Integrated Construction
3D Laser Scanner Technology
Urban Regeneration
Akademik Özgeçmiş
6.1 Yüksek Lisans Tezleri
1 2016 Victor Munoz, IDM based BIM interoperability framework for energy efficient building design
2 2015 Anuar Ahmad, BIM Implementation Process Project Owner’s Perspective, in the MSc BIM and Integrated Design programme
3 2015 Okanlawon Olalekan Babatunde, Automatic Conversion of Point Cloud Geometry into BIM for Existing Building, in the MSc BIM and Integrated Design programme
4 2015 Tanmay Pakale, Strategies & Methods for Integrating BIM & GIS, in the MSc Construction Management
5 2015 Ebenhaeser Joubert, Three dimensional data set conversion into parametric information as an efficient process, in the MSc BIM and Integrated Design programme
6 2015 Yahaya Khadeejah, Adopting a Sustainable Green Building Rating System for Infrastructure Projects in Nigeria, in the MSc Construction Management
7 2015 Ulagu Loveday Okechukwu, A Study on Procurement Performance On Road Project Delivery in Nigeria, A Case Study of Federal Ministry of Works, Nigeria, in the MSc Construction Management Programme
8 2014 Badraddin Ali Abubaker, Analysis of the Role and Impact of Building Information Modelling (BIM) In Healthcare Projects, in the MSc BIM and Integrated Design
9 2014 Oluwaseun Olayinka Boyede, Assessing Building Information Modelling for Sustainable Building Design and Construction, in the MSc BIM and Integrated Design
10 2014 Aws Noori Ibrahim Al-Shawk, Mapping out BIM tools into the Building Lifecycle, in the MSc BIM and Integrated Design
11 2014 Savvas Michail, Integrated Project Delivery: Process or Product?(Project Manager’s Perspective), in the MSc BIM and Integrated Design
12 2014 Thieng Hong Ngu, Impact of BIM on the Traditional Quantity Surveyor Practice, in the MSc Quantity Surveying
13 2014 Vitalij Tetervov, Project Based BIM Implementation in Built Environment’s Educational Curriculum: A Case Study, in the MSc BIM and Integrated Design Programme
14 2014 Victor Munoz Berrios, Using free software to improve BIM workflows, in the MSc BIM and Integrated Design Programme
15 2014 Hossein Najjari, Factors influence the motivation and productivity of Iranian construction workers, in the MSc Construction Management
16 2013 Steve Ollington, The Use of Building Information Modelling for Facility Manager, in the MSc BIM and Integrated Design Programme 
17 2013 Chigozie Peter Okereke, An Investigation Into The Integration of Building Investigation into the Integration of Building Information Modelling (BIM) In the Nigerian Architectural and Construction Curricula, MSc in Digital Architectural Design Programme
18 2013 Pasandra Louise Fitzhugh, Effective Measures to Support the Release and Development of Surplus Public Land in England, in the MSc Real Estate Development Programme
19 2013 Raj Kumar Siddartha Viswalingaswamy, How IPD enables improvements in Construction Management, in the MSc. Construction Management Programme
20 2013 USMAN UMAR MAKARFI, Overcoming the Barriers to BIM Adoption Nigerian Small Architectural Firms, in the MSc BIM and Integrated Design Programme
6.2 Doktora Tezleri
1 2016 Emad Alfar (Palestine), GIS-based Inner-City Road Maintenance Management Models 
2 2016 Walid Alrazni (Kuwait), A framework for maintaining Indoor Air Quality Environment in Residential buildings
3 2016 Lee Read (UK) Developing a soap based Thermal Insulation material as an alternative to the petroleum based insulation 
4 2016 Charalambos Pitros, (Cyprus), A Decision support model for the Identification of Real Estate Bubbles in the UK
5 2015 Omar, Al Awad (Jordan), A BIM Implementation and Assessment Framework for Jordanian Construction Industry 
6 2015 Tolga Celik (Turkey), A New Cost Estimation Model incorporating quantified Social Costs for Steel and Concrete Construction Types 
7 2014 Hairul Mansur, (Malaysia), The Role of School as a Community Hub and its implications on Promoting Community Cohesion Towards Sustainable Communities
8 2014 Zafer Ozturk, (Turkey) A Geospatial decision support model for prioritization of Neighborhoods for Smart Grid Implementation
9 2013 Ahmed Mohammed (Libya), Improving the Libyan customers trust and acceptance of online banking
10 2013 Khaled Hussain (Qatar), Social Computing in the Higher Education institutions in the Gulf States to empower the Teaching and Learning processes
11 2013 Paul Coates, (UK) A BIM (Building Information Modeling) implementation Framework For Architectural SMEs in Construction
7.1 Uluslararası hakemli dergilerde yayınlanan makaleler
1 2017 Mohammed Agbali, Claudia Trillo, Yusuf Arayici, Terrence Fernando, (2017), “Creating Smart and Healthy Cities by Exploring the Potentials of Emerging Technologies and Social Innovation for Urban Efficiency: Lessons from the Innovative City of Boston”, World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology International Journal of Civil, Environmental, Structural, Construction and Architectural Engineering Vol:11, No:5, 2017
2 2017 Tolga Çelik, Saeed Kamali,  Yusuf Arayici, (2017), “Social Cost in Construction Projects”, Environmental Impact Assessment Review, Vol 64, May 2017, Pages 77–86 
3 2017 Pitros, C., Arayici, Y., (2017), "Housing cycles in the UK: a historical and empirical investigation", Property Management, Vol. 35 Iss: 1, pp.89-108.
4 2016 Pitros Charalambos, Yusuf Arayici, (2015), “How to Identify housing bubbles: A decision support model”, the International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis, Vol. 9 Issue 2
5 2015 Read, L., Arayici, Y. (2015), “Can Soap based Thermal Insulation be an Alternative to Petroleum Counterpart?”, International Journal of Structural Survey
6 2014 Arayici, Y 2014, 'Knowledge intensive regeneration for knowledge societies and economies', Global Built Environment Review, 9 (1) , pp. 68-85
7 2014 Arayici, Y. Ozturk, Z. (2014), “Knowledge Intensive Regeneration versus Sustainable Communities”, International Journal of 3D Information Modelling, Vol 3, issue 1, pp 1-15
8 2013 Arayici, Y., Coates, P., (2013), “Operational Knowledge for BIM Adoption and Implementation for Lean Efficiency Gains”, Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management, 1 (2), 1-22
9 2012 Khosrowshahi, F., Arayici, Y., (2012), “A Roadmap for Implementation of BIM in the UK Construction Industry”, international journal of Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, Vol.19, Issue 6
10 2012  Arayici, Y, Egbu, CO and Coates, P., (2012), 'Building information modelling (BIM) implementation and remote construction projects: issues, challenges, and critiques.’ Journal of Information Technology in Construction17, pp. 75-92.
11 2012 Coates, P and Arayici, Y 2012, 'Optimization of the BIM authoring tool in architectural practice: A case study approach', International Journal of 3D Information Modelling, 1 (2), pp. 30-45.
12 2012 Arayici, Y., Onyenobi, T., Egbu, C., (2012), “Building Information Modelling (BIM) for Facilities Management (FM): The Mediacity Case Study Approach” International Journal of 3-D Information Modelling, 1(1), 55-73, January 2012
13 2011 Arayici, Y., Coates, P., (2011), “Knowledge and Technology Transfer from Universities to Industries: A Case Study Approach from the Built Environment Field”, Journal of Higher Education, Vol 1(2), pp. 103-110
14 2011 Y. Arayici, P. Coates, L. Koskela, M. Kagioglou, C. Usher and K. O'Reilly, (2011), “Technology adoption in the BIM implementation for lean architectural practice”, international journal of Automation in Construction 20 (2), 189-195, feb 2011, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.autcon.2010.09.016
15 2011 Arayici, Y, Egbu, CO and Onyenobi, TC (2011), 'Project management of a relocation project supported by building information modelling' , International Journal of Project Planning and Finance, 2 (1) , pp. 1-19
16 2011 Y. Arayici, P. Coates, L. Koskela, M. Kagioglou, C. Usher, K. O'Reilly, (2011) "BIM adoption and implementation for architectural practices", Structural Survey, Vol. 29 Iss: 1, pp.7 – 25
17 2008 Yusuf Arayici (2008), “Towards building information modeling for existing structures”, International Journal of Structural Survey, Issue 3 of Volume 26 in august 2008
18 2007 Arayici, Y., “An Approach for Real World Data Modelling with the 3D Terrestrial Laser Scanner for Built Environment” The International Journal of Automation in Construction,  Vol 16,  Issue 6, pp 816-829, September 2007
19 2006 Arayici Y., Hamilton, A., Gamito, P., (2006) “Modelling 3D Scanned data to Visualise and Analyse the Built Environment for Regeneration”, Surveying and Built Environment, Vol 17(2), 7-28 December 2006, ISSN1816-9554
20 2006 Arayici, Y., Ahmed, V., Aouad, G., (2006), “A Requirements Engineering Framework for Integrated Systems Development for the Construction Industry”, March 2006, Electronic Journal of Information Technology in Construction, ITcon Vol.11 (2006), pg 35-55, www.itcon.org/2006/3
21 2005 Hamiton A., Hongxia W., Tanyer A., Arayici Y., Xiaonan Z., Song Y., (2005), “Urban Information Model for City Planning”, ITcon Vol 10, Special Issue From 3D to nD modelling, in Electronic Journal of Information Technology in Construction, pg. 55-67, http://www.itcon.org/2005/6
22 2005 Arayici, Y., & Aouad, G., Ahmed V., (2005). “Requirements Engineering in Innovative Systems Development for the Construction Industry”, Journal of Construction Innovation, Volume 5, Number 3, September 2005, pp 179-200
23 2005 Arayici, Y., Aouad, G., (2005). “Computer Integrated Construction An Approach to Requirements Engineering”, Journal of Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management Volume 12, Number 2, February 2005, pp194-215
7.2 Uluslararası bilimsel toplantılarda sunulan ve bildiri kitabında (Proceeedins) basılan bildiriler.
1 2016 Mohammed Agbali, Yusuf Arayici, Claudia  Trillio, (2016) “Smart Cities and Emerging Technologies,” in the proceedings of 2nd International Conference of Social Science, Yildiz Technical University, Istanbul, 2-4 June, 2016
2 2015 Samir, H and Arayici, Y 2015, The Influence of modern architecture in transforming Iraqi city identity , in: International Postgraduate Conference 2015, 10-12 June 2015, Mediacity University of Salford.
3 2014 Hussein, KAN, Al-Jaber, J and Arayici, Y 2014, Empower the VLE with social computing tools: system prototype , in: Qatar Foundation Annual Research Conference 2014, 18-19 November 2014, Doha, Qatar
4 2014 Arayici, Y. (2014), “Knowledge Intensive Regeneration for Knowledge Society and Communities”, international Urban Planning, Architecture and Design Congress in Turkey, May 2014
5 2013 Hussein, KAN, Arayici, Y and Yusof, SA 2013, Adopting social computing in the higher education in the Gulf states: Conceptual framework , in: International Postgraduate Research Conference, 16 April 2013, Salford Mediacity
6 2013 Arayici, Y. (2013), “A review of Urban Regeneration Experience in the UK”, International  Urban Regeneration Symposium, Istanbul, Turkey, November 2013
7 2013 Read, L and Arayici, Y 2013, “Soap based thermal insulation: a sustainable alternative to petroleum”, International Postgraduate Research Conference, 8-10 April 2013, Salford, UK
8 2012 Ozturk, Z, Arayici, Y and Coates, SP 2012, “Post occupancy evaluation (POE) in residential buildings utilizing BIM and sensing devices: Salford energy house example” , in: Retrofit 2012, Tuesday 24 Jan - Thursday 26 Jan, 2012, The Lowry, Salford Quays, Greater Manchester
9 2011 Ozturk, Z and Arayici, Y 2011, “Transition process for smart grid compatibility in residential buildings”, in: International Postgraduate Research Conference, 13-14 September, Salford.
10 2011 Arayici, Y, Coates, S, Koskela, L and Kagioglou, M 2011, “Knowledge and technology transfer from universities to industries: a case study approach from the built environment field”, in: International Higher Education Congress: New Trends and Issues, 27-29 May, 2011, Istanbul, Turkey.
11 2011 Coates, P, Arayici, Y and Ozturk, Z 2011, “New concepts of Post Occupancy Evaluation (POE) utilizing BIM benchmarking techniques and sensing devices”, in: SEB 11 Sustainability in Energy and Buildings, 1-3 June 2011, Marseilles.
12 2011 Y. Arayici, A. Kiviniemi, P. Coates, L. Koskela & M. Kagioglou, C. Usher & K. O’Reilly, (2011) “BIM implementation and Adoption Process for an Architectural Practice”, FIATECH
13 2011 P. Coates, Y. Arayici, L. Koskela, M. Kagioglou, 2011, “Optimization of the BIM authoring tool in Architectural Practice: A Case study approach”, Civil Comp Conference, 2011, Hong Kong
14 2010 P. Coates, Y. Arayici, L. Koskela, (2010), “Using the Knowledge Transfer Partnership model as a method of transferring BIM and Lean process related knowledge between academia and industry: A Case Study Approach”, international conference of Ecobuild America: Sustainable, High Performance & Technology Solutions for Built Environment, 6-10 December, 2010, Washington DC, USA.
15 2010 P. Coates , Y. Arayici, L. Koskela, M. Kagioglou, C. Usher, K. O’ Reilly, “ The Limitations of BIM in the Architectural Process”, First International Conference on Sustainable Urbanization (ICSU 2010), Hong Kong, China, 15-17 December 2010
16 2010 P. Coates, Y. Arayici, L. Koskela & M. Kagioglou, C. Usher & K. O’Reilly, (2010), “The change in the nature of artefacts and deliverables resulting from the adoption of BIM methodology”, CIB 2010 May 10,11,12, Salford
17 2010 P. Coates, Y. Arayici, L. Koskela & M. Kagioglou, C. Usher & K. O’Reilly, (2010), “The key performance indicators of the BIM implementation process”, ICCBE 2010, Jun 30 2010, Nottingham
18 2009 X. Zhang, Y. Arayici, S. Wu, C, (2009), “Integrating BIM and GIS for large-scale facilities asset management: a critical review”, The Twelfth International Conference on Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering Computing, Funchal, Madeira, Portugal, 1-4 September 2009
19 2009 Y. Arayici, P. Coates, L. Koskela & M. Kagioglou, C. Usher & K. O’Reilly, (2009), “BIM Implementation for an Architectural Practice”, Managing Construction for Tomorrow International Conference, October 2009, Istanbul Turkey
20 2009 Yusuf Arayici, Farzad Khosrowshahi, Amanda Marshal Ponting, Sas Mihindu, (2009), “Towards Implementation of Building Information Modelling in the Construction Industry”, Fifth International Conference on Construction in the 21st Century (CITC-V) “Collaboration and Integration in Engineering, Management and Technology” May 20-22, 2009, Istanbul, Turkey
21 2008 Sas Mihindu, Yusuf Arayici, (2008), “Digital Construction through BIM Systems will Drive the Re-engineering of Construction Business Practices”, International Conference of Visualisation, pp29-34, London
22 2008 John Counsell1, John Littlewood1, Yusuf Arayici2,  Andrew Hamilton2,  Andrew Dixey3, Gerallt Nash3, Andrew Richman4 (2008), “Future Proofing, Recording and Tagging Historical Buildings: a Pilot Study in Wales, UK”, COBRA 2008, the RICS construction and building research conference, 4-5 September 2008, Dublin
23 2007 Y. Arayici, J. Tah, (2007),"Towards Building Information Modeling for existing structures", the 11th International Conference on Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering Computing, 18-21 September 2007, St Julian's, Malta, (paper 76), ISBN 978-1-905088-16-4
24 2005 Dr Yusuf Arayici, Mr Andy Hamilton, “Using the Laser Scanner data to Visualise the Built Environment: Data Capture and Modelling”, 9th International Conference of Information Visualisation, London, 6,7,8 July 2005.
25 2005 Andrew Richman, Andy Hamilton, Yusuf Arayici, John Counsell, Besik Tkhelidze, “Remote Sensing, LIDAR, automated data capture processes & the VEPS project”, 9th International Conference of Information Visualisation, London, 6,7,8 July 2005
26 2005 Arayici, Y. Hamilton A. (2005), “Built Environment Reverse and Forward Prototyping”, SCRI Symposium, University of Salford, Greater Manchester, April 12th 2005
27 2004 Arayici, Y., Aouad, G., (2004), DIVERCITY: Distributed Virtual Workspace for Enhancing Communication and Collaboration within the Construction Industry, in the Proceeding of European Conference on Product and Process Modelling in the Building and Construction Industry (ECPPM), 8-10 September 2004, Istanbul, Turkey. ISBN 04 1535 938 4 pp 415-422.
28 2004 Ahmed, V.,  Arayici, Y., Hamilton, A., Aouad, G., (2004), Virtual Building Maintenance: Enhancing Building Maintenance Using 3D-GIS and 3D Laser Scanner (VR) Technology in the Proceeding of European Conference on Product and Process Modelling in the Building and Construction Industry (ECPPM), 8-10 September 2004, Istanbul, Turkey. ISBN 04 1535 938 4 pp 29-34.
29 2004 Arayici, Y., Hamilton, A., Gamito, P., Albergaria, G., (2004) The Scope in the INTELCITIES Project for the Use of the 3D Laser Scanner, in the Proceeding of ECT2004: The Fourth International Conference on Engineering Computational Technology, 7-9 September 2004, Lisbon, Portugal. ISBN 0948749962 pp 111-112.
30 2004 Arayici, Y., Aouad, G., (2004), Industry-Driven Innovative System Development for the Construction Industry: The DIVERCITY Project, in the Proceeding of 20th Annual Conference of Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM), 1-3 September 2004, Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 0 9534161 9 4, Vol 2, pp 777-784.
31 2004 Sarshar, M., & Arayici, Y., (2004). “User Requirements Capture in Construction IT: the Case of the DIVERCITY Project”, CIB World Building Congress, Toronto, May 2004.
32 2004 Arayici, Y., Aouad, G., (2004), Requirements Engineering in CIC Development: The DIVERCITY Project Case Study, in the Proceeding of 1st Salford Centre for Research & Innovation Symposium (SCRI 2004), 29 March 2004, Salford, UK. ISBN 0 90296 64 4 pp 169-181.
33 2004 Arayici, Y., Sarshar, M., (2004) DIVERCITY: a Case Study in Systems Improvement through Testing, in the Proceeding of International Conference on Construction Information Technology (INCITE 2004): World IT for Design & Construction, 18-21 February 2004, Langkawi, Malaysia, ISBN 983 2724 17 1, pp 529-534.
34 2003 Arayici, Y., Hamilton, A., Hunter, G., (2003) “Reverse Engineering in Construction”, in the Proceeding of Conference of World of Geomatics: Measuring, Mapping and Managing, Telford, UK
35 2002 Arayici, Y., Sarshar, M., (2002). “DIVERCITY: A Virtual Construction Design & Briefing Environment”, 3rd International Conference on Decision Making in Urban & Civil Engineering (DMinUCE), London
7.3 Yazılan uluslararası kitaplar veya kitaplarda bölümler
1 2017 Yusuf arayici (2017), “HBIM, a case study perspective for building performance”, in the book “Heritage Building Information Modelling”, Taylor & Francis, pp 218-223
2 2017 Ebenhaeser Joubert, Yusuf Arayici (2017), Algorithmic approaches to BIM modelling from reality, in the book “Heritage Building Information Modelling”, Taylor & Francis, pp 154-187
3 2017 Yusuf Arayici, Lea Read (2017), “Soap based Thermal Insulation, an Environmentally Sustainable Alternative to the Petroleum Counterparts”, Advances in Energy Research. Vol 26 pp. 123-140, Nova publisher, https://www.novapublishers.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=61349
4 2015 Arayici, Y. (2015), “Building Information Modelling”, bookboon publisher, ISBN: 978870310986
5 2015 Khaled A. Hussein and Yusuf Arayici, (2015), “Implementing Social Computing in Higher Education Learning Environments to develop student centred learning”, in the book “Handbook of Research on Shifting Perspectives on Social Interaction in the Digital Age”, IGI Global
6 2012 Arayici, Y and Coates, P 2012, 'A system engineering perspective to knowledge transfer: A case study approach of BIM adoption', in: Virtual Reality - Human Computer Interaction, InTech, pp. 179-206.
7 2010 Aouad, G & Arayici, Y 2010, Requirements Engineering for Computer Integrated Environments in Construction, Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK, ISBN: 9781405189453
8 2010 Y.Arayici, G.Aoaud (2010), “Building information modelling (BIM) for Construction Lifecycle Management” book chapter to be published in the book titled “Construction and Building: Design, Materials, and Techniques” edited by Sophie G. Doyle, Nova Science Publishers, NY, USA, 978-1-61761-371-5
9 2010 Arayici, Y., (2010), “The Use of the 3D laser scanner technology in the Built Environment”, book chapter in the book of Built Environment: Design, Management, and Applications, edited by Paul S. Geller, Nova Science Publishers, ISBN: 978-1-60876-915-5
10 2008 Song Y, Wang H, Hamilton A. and Arayici Y. (2008) Producing 3D applications for urban planning by integrating 3D scanned building data with geo-spatial data. In the book of 3D Geo-Information Sciences, Berlin, Springer, J. Lee and S. Zlatanova ed. Pg. 397-412 ISBN: 978-3-540-87394-5
11 2006 Constructing the Future: nD Modelling, Chapter: Integration of Building and Urban n-Dimensional Data to Support Intelligent Cities, Taylor & Francis Books Ltd, Editors: Ghassan Aouad, Angela Lee and Song Wu, 2006
12 2005 P.Gamito, B.Caetano, Y.Arayici, A.Hamilton (2005), “3D Laser Scanner Technology: Building data Integration System, book chapter in the book “Virtual Modelling and Rapid Manufacturing”, Bartolo (eds), Taylor & Francis Group London, ISBN 0 415390621
7.6 Diğer yayınlar
1 2010 Timothy Onyenobi, Yusuf Arayici, Charles Egbu, Helen Sharman, (2010), Improving Communities through Knowledge Intensive Regeneration:  MediaCity Case Study, VC Iconic Scheme Project, Final Deliverable about BIM (Building Information Modelling) for Facilities Management and Project management Practices submitted in August 2010
2 2010 Zafer OZTURK, Yusuf ARAYICI, Helen SHARMAN and Charles O. EGBU, Improving Communities through Knowledge Intensive Regeneration: MediaCity Case Study, VC Iconic Project Scheme, 2nd Deliverable about Vision for BIM&GIS Integration for Sustainable Communities, submitted in June 2010
3 2010 Zafer OZTURK, Yusuf ARAYICI, Helen SHARMAN and Charles O. EGBU, Improving Communities through Knowledge Intensive Regeneration: MediaCity Case Study, VC Iconic Project Scheme, 1st Deliverable about Diagnosis, submitted in January 2010 
4 2008 Arayici, Y., Alshawi, M., (2008), “A Model for Success”, the PPP Journal, Issue 61 June 2008, http://www.publicservice.co.uk/article.asp?publication=The PPP Journal&id=346&content_name=Overview&article=10029
5 2004 Arayici, Y., Hamilton A., Gamito, P., Marambio, A. E., Burns, M., Abajo, B., Pérez, J., Rodríguez-Maribona, I.A., (2004), Building Data Integration System, Project Deliverable in the Intelligent Cities (INTELCITIES) Integrated Project, IST – 2002-507860, Deliverable 5.2c, Final Version, Submitted on 31th July 2005, University of Salford, UK
6 2004 Arayici, Y., Hamilton A., Gamito, P., Marambio, A. E., Burns, M., Abajo, B., Pérez, J., Rodríguez-Maribona, I.A., (2004), Building Data Integration System, Project Deliverable in the Intelligent Cities (INTELCITIES) Integrated Project, IST – 2002-507860, Deliverable 5.2c, Version 2, Submitted on 31st January 2005, University of Salford, UK
7 2004 Arayici, Y., Hamilton A., Gamito, P., Marambio, A. E., Burns, M., Abajo, B., Pérez, J., Rodríguez-Maribona, I.A., (2004), Building Data Integration System, Project Deliverable in the Intelligent Cities (INTELCITIES) Integrated Project, IST – 2002-507860, Deliverable 5.2c, Version 1 Submitted on 30th July 2004, University of Salford, UK.
8 2002 Arayici, Y. Sarshar, M., Carter Malcolm, “Requirements Capture, Test and Validation of the DIVERCITY System”, the DIVERCITY Project Deliverable 20 for Final Version of the DIVERCITY System, Submitted in September 2002, University of Salford
9 2002 Arayici, Y. Sarshar, M., Carter Malcolm, “Requirements Capture, Test and Validation of the DIVERCITY System”, the DIVERCITY Project Deliverable 24 for Beta Version of the DIVERCITY System, Submitted in May 2002, University of Salford
10 2002 Arayici, Y. Sarshar, M., Carter Malcolm, “Requirements Capture, Test and Validation of the DIVERCITY System”, the DIVERCITY Project Deliverable 27 for Alpha Version of the DIVERCITY System, Submitted in February 2002, University of Salford
8. Projeler
1   1.       RetrofitBIM Resarcher Links Workshop (April 2016), funded by British Council (£32K): This workshop focused onhow Housing Retrofit focused Building Information Modelling (ReBIM) can address key existing housing challenges in: environmental sustainability (energy efficiency, CO2, lifecycle cost); social sustainability (health and quality of life); and physical sustainability (earthquake / flood resilience). The predicted real benefits of BIM for building owners and occupants can be reaped at the maintenance stage, but current focus is on new design and construction instead, even in the UK. Collaboration and communication tools, common standards, protocols and methods are needed to examine and simulate what–if analysis of various housing scenarios.
2.       Heritage Building Information Modelling and Smart Heritage Building Performance Measurement for Sustainability (October 2015- October 2017) funded British Council through Institutional Link Programme, £225000 for two years. This project examines how “Building Information Modelling” (BIM) could be developed to address the challenges of the Heritage Sector (HBIM) in terms of smart heritage building performance measurement for Sustainability. This Project: is developed as an international collaborative HBIM project employing UK and Egyptian research and expertise in: 1) state of the art data collection and documentation (using laser scanning, thermography, pressure testing, with long term real-time low-cost sensor systems installed in selected occupied Heritage buildings in Egypt), 2) analysis and planning online; 3) Post Occupancy Evaluation; 4) targeted heritage specific and sensitive refurbishment to meet the demands of climate change while preserving cultural values and enhancing quality of life; 5) This research can also assist and inform a future planned GPRS  for Heritage, refurbishment & Post Occupancy Evaluation, for which there are few if any exemplars
3.       HeritageBIM Workshop (March 2015) funded by British Council (£40K): This workshop focused on how “Heritage Building Information Management and Modelling” (HBIM) necessarily differs from the commonplace applications of BIM to new construction. Trends in Heritage focused Building Information Modelling and Collaboration for Sustainability, funded by British Council through researcher links programme, £40000 for the workshop held in 13-16 March 2015 in Luxor. I organised and run the workshop in partnership with University of West England, Cardiff Metropolitan University, Cairo University and British University of Egypt.
4.       MAPS-LED Project (Horizon 2020) (April 2015- April 2019): the research project aims to examine how Smart Specialisation Strategies (S3) can be implemented, according to the new agenda of Europe 2020, by incorporating a place based dimension.It considers local needs and opportunities driving regional policy interventions not only to emphasize “Key Enable Technologies”, but also to underpin local innovation process – tacit knowledge, embedded social networks, innovative milieu. The project intends to apply a Multidisciplinary Approach to Planning of S3 in a prospective to enhance Local Economic Development (MAPS-LED). The MAPS-LED starts from place-based framework to include two important drivers: 1. Cluster policy and cluster-based analysis, 2. Innovative milieu in terms of local value chain based on the urban-rural linkages. The MAPS-LED will be built to connect three important key-factors around S3: Governance – in terms of cluster policy; Localization – in terms of place-based approach; Territorial network – in terms of innovative milieu based on urban-rural link. The S3 in a MAPS-LED perspective will be configured as “designated areas”, overcoming the constraints determined by the locally-bounded concept of the “district” through the rationale of the networks and flows activated by governance dynamics. The core of this network regards: 1. innovation approaching the S3 concept through a spatial planning practice (city-region and S3); 2. Innovation in assessing the potential S3 (cluster policy and territorial milieu).
5.       Design4Energy (October 2013-October 2017):UK Government’s BIM task group promotes BIM use in level 2 in the UK construction industry for energy efficient building design and more broadly for sustainable design, construction and facilities Management. However, interoperability is the biggest challenge for level 2 and level 3 BIM implementation to facilitate sustainable design and construction through collaborative BIM. Interoperability via neutral environments such as IFC is critical to provide a comprehensive specification of the information exchange throughout the AEC/FM project lifecycle, globally, across disciplines, and software applications. It does entail a common perception of the business processes and the information required for exchange and sharing through this cross-organisational business processes. However, the interoperability schemas like IFC do not capture the ways in which information is created and shared by practitioners. Use of IFC compliant BIM tools is disadvantaged by the lack of definition of specific exchange requirement by actors or stakeholders.  In this EU funded research, as a respond to the interoperability challenge, IDM (Information Delivery Manual) as a method will be utilised for the interoperability specification development for the Design4Energy collaborative design platform that aims to enable stakeholders to consider the building lifecycle issues in a collaborative manner such as building performances analysis, energy efficiency and neighbourhood level issues for the sustainable building design. Thus, I aim to develop the interoperability specification framework using IDM for BIM enabled cross-organisational business processes and stakeholders to collaborate and exchange information intensively at the early design stages through a streamlined cross-organisation business process
6.       Commercial Local Urban Districts (October 2012 –October 2013) : to explore the potential of a new tool for renovating degraded public spaces and improving the attractiveness and accessibility of deprived urban areas by focusing on the high potential of local commercial activities. The exploration is oriented to the implementation of an innovative tool: CLUDs, Commercial Local Urban Districts, aimed at emphasizing the strategic role of small retails -handcraft and typical food- in reinforcing the sense of community, reducing transportation costs andcontributing tothe creation of attractive urban environment, thus producing increase of privateinvestments. The CLUDs are designated areas, reflecting the rationale of EconomicOpportunity Zones. In particular, the thematic specification of the CLUDs is related tolocal small retail associations that can be occurred on typical local production. Theimplementation of the programme is based on a networking of four EU universities(Reggio Calabria, Salford, Uppsala, Rome) and two USA universities (Boston andSan Diego), which all hold the leading positions in planning education, training andresearch in their countries. Partners will exchange staff members, Early stage and experienced Researchers, around yearly seminars/meetings, workshops, and a finalinternational symposium. The core of this network activity regards: Jointresearch andtraining activities on two main topics - public/private partnership (PPP) and urbanregeneration; an international symposium on PPP in urban regeneration process
7.       BIM Adoption and Implementation via Knowledge Transfer Partnership (January 2009- January 2011): The KTP project aims not only to implement BIM and therefore assess the degree of the successful implementation, but rather to position this within the context of value-adding offerings that can help the partner architectural company place itself at the high-end knowledge-based terrain of the sector. The KTP adopts a socio-technical view of BIM implementation in that it does not only consider the implementation of technology but also considers the socio-cultural environment that provides the context for its implementation. Within this context change management and adoption strategies will be a challenge. The KTP will enable the company to establish itself as the vanguard of BIM application giving them a competitive edge because BIM can enable the intelligent interrogation of designs; provide a quicker and cheaper design production; better co-ordination of documentation; more effective change control; less repetition of processes; a better quality constructed product; and improved communication both for the company and across the supply chain. The impact of the KTP will be also to improve the process at every level and stage: eliminating the risk of calculation, misinterpretation of design, improve communication, provide interoperability between stakeholders and, ensuring control and sharing of documentation. This is because BIM is a foundational tool for implementing an efficient process and invariably leads to lean-orientated, team based approach to design and construction therefore BIM will allow the company to demonstrate the entire building life cycle including the construction and facility operation during the design phase
8.       Knowledge Intensive Regeneration for Improving Sustainable Communities (October 2009-August 2010): aim of the research is to use BIM in Regeneration through the MediaCity Case Study Project in order to measure to the extent to which BIM can support the creation of sustainable communities and community engagement and localism and to improve understanding and awareness towards the establishment of a new field coined ‘digital regeneration’, that will consider a Regeneration Information Model (RIM) augmented by BIM through the MediaCity Project to tackle regeneration aspects holistically in an integrative manner, leading to achieving knowledge society and cities.
9.       SURegen Project (October 2007-October 2012): EPSRC funded Project for development of Integrated decision Support System for Sustainable Urban Regeneration, Project budget is £2 327 051 for four years starting October 2007 to 30 September 2011. I have involved in the project as a co-investigator.  The overall aim of the SURegen consortium is to undertake research to develop a prototype Regeneration Simulator Workbench (RSW) that meets the decision-making challenges that Sustainable Urban Regeneration (SUR) poses, i.e., multiple stakeholder interests, complexity, uncertainty and ambiguity. It will form a multi-perspective collaborative digital workspace providing a learning laboratory and library of good practice for regeneration actors. Past experience shows that 'simulation' of SUR activity requires an open-ended, process-based, learning and gaming-like experience.
10.    VEPS Project (January 2005- August 2006): The VEPS (Virtual Environmental Planning System) project is an INTERREG IIIB funded project undertaken by a European Consortium in North-West Europe. The goal of the project is to share technical advances in 3D visualisation, ICT applications to promote public consultation, environmental modelling, data collection and use for e-planning in territorial development in North-West Europe. My research is the extension from the INTELCITIES project. I will be mainly focusing on the data modelling, integration and automation for the laser scanned data for the building and urban data integration for the VEPS system such as defining IFC and IFG information from the laser scanned data by means of object recognition approach, which will provide real world information to the building and city systems at standard formats.
11.    International Review of UK Engineering Showcase (November 2004):Within the built environment, the use of the 3D laser scanner enables digital documentation of buildings, sites and physical objects for reconstruction and restoration. It also enables the creation of educational resources within the built environment, as well as the reconstruction of the built environment. The use of the 3D scanner in combination with the 3D printer provides the transformation of digital data from the captured CAD model back to a physical model at an appropriate scale – reverse prototyping. The use of these technologies is key enablers to the creation of new approaches to the ‘Whole Life Cycle’ process within the built and human environment for the 21st century.
12.    INTELCITIES Project (January 2004 –December 2005) it is an EU funded project undertaken by European researchers and practitioners in the built and human environment as well as in the IT industry. My main duty is to build a concept nD modelling system of urban and building data integration system: 3D laser scanning technology for built and human environment is investigatedin order to develop virtual reality models of the built environments for environmental and context analysis, planning and generating CAD models from VR models. Furthermore, integrating with various other systems such as GIS, virtual environment displays, and nD modelling database to enhance the refurbishment process for the regeneration of cities such as Manchester.
13.    The DIVERCITY Project (October 2001-December 2003): (it forms the main part of my PhD study, started on this project after the completion of MSc in October 2001 and concluded in October 2002) DIVERCITY is a large project in the area of construction IT undertaken by a European consortium of researchers and practitioners from the construction industry; it is the acronym for Distributed Virtual Workspace for enhancing Communication and Collaboration. DIVERCITY aims to supply a shared virtual construction design and briefing environment that enables the construction industry to better undertake the client briefing and design review phases of a project.
The DIVERCITY system consists of six components: Client Briefing, Lighting, Acoustic, Thermal and Heating Simulations, Visual Product Chronology, lastly Site planning & Analysis, how each of them handles different aspects of a construction project in a construction supply chain and how they complement each others to constitute a seamless integrated computer environment for the sake of excellence of briefing and design and construction planning.
14.    Integrated Computer Environment Away Forward to Better Implementation (May 2001-October 2001): (it is the MSc dissertation research subject). This study proposes an integrated framework for construction planning and design that has high buildability rate; the integrated computer environment is capable of exchanging information across the construction disciplines, design visualization, generating and scheduling planning tasks and construction simulation. Basically once designer upload the design into object-oriented central project database, any of the other participants can request the VRML view of the design to understand it visually and easily, planner generate the planning lists from the central database and schedule them by adding dependencies, durations consecutively subject to the documentation available to the planner. By combining the VR tool with the schedule, construction simulation will be able to be obtained belonging to any period of construction, which will crucially help the participants decide on the most buildable design and applicable construction planning.
9. İdari Görevler
1 2016- Hasan Kalyoncu Üniversitesi Mühendislik Fakültesi Dekanlığı ( Devam ediyor)
2 2007-2012 Surdurulebilir Kentsel Donusum Yuksek lisans Programmi baskani ve yurutucusu
10. Bilimsel Kuruluşlara Üyelikler
  • Visiting professor in the Mediterranean University of Reggio Calabria in Italy
  • Member of ESRC’s (Environment and Social Science Research Council of UK) peer Review College for reviewing research proposals
·         Refereeing for journals such as
o    automation in construction,
o    journal of cultural heritage,
o    Computer-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering (CACIE)
o    Building and Environment
o    Energy and Buildings
o    Global Built Environment Review
·         Member of the following Working Commissions in CIB
o    W101 Spatial  Planning  and  Infrastructure  Development
o    W116 Smart  and  Sustainable  Built  Environments
o    W078 Information  Technology  for  Construction
·         Scientific Committee member of the following recent conferences
  • Organising Committee Member for Civil-Comp 2009 and organised a special session about BIM in this conference,
o    Construction Project Management Conference in Turkey in September 2012 and 2014
o    12th International Conference for Enhanced Building Operations in September 2012
o    International Conference of Sustainability in Built Environment in Cardiff in 2014
o    20th international CIB World Building Congress 2016
  • Editorial board member for
    • the International Journal of 3-D Information Modelling
    • Journal of the Global Built Environment Review
  • Chartered member of CIOB (Chartered Institute of Building) (MCIOB- Chartered Construction Manager)