Daniel Linares is Assistant Professor at the Stock Development Department of Construction Management at Florida Gulf Coast University.
He holds a Ph.D. in Environmental Design and Planning with an emphasis in Smart Construction and the Smart Built Environment, an M.Eng. in Computer Science with an emphasis in HCI, and an M.S. in Civil Engineering with an emphasis in Construction Engineering and Management, from Virginia Tech.
His research work focuses on investigating ways to improve workers' productivity and developing systems to implement those improvements in challenging environments such as industrial and construction applications.
His research currently focuses on technologies such as voice agents and Augmented Reality systems to provide multi-modal solutions to address activity support and knowledge delivery during scenarios with significant cognitive loads.
He also is working towards technology developments in the construction industry such as smart construction, cyber-physical systems, BIM Management, and Data Analysis.
His teaching experiences include IT in Design and Construction, BIM, Scheduling and Project Controls, Graphical Communication, and Virtual Design and Construction. He has been awarded the Fulbright Scholarship, the AGC Faculty Fellowship, and is currently the Microsoft Fellow for the TechSpark Immokalee in Florida.
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