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Swapan Saha received his Master of Engineering degree in Construction in 1989 from the Asian Institute of Technology in Bangkok, Thailand and obtained his PhD in 2003 from the University of Western Sydney. He currently works at Western Sydney University as the Lead Director of Academic Program (Construction Management). Swapan's teaching and research are mainly in the areas of construction management and simulation, construction information systems and construction technology. He worked in the construction industry in Australia and Thailand before joining as an academic member of staff with UWS. Swapan has worked on landmark projects including the Sydney Harbour Tunnel Project during 1990 and 1992, plus the Bangkok elevated expressway project in 1989. He has published papers in journals and conferences and is a member of Engineers Australia and the Fellow of the Australian Institute of Building. More details