High Tech Tools to Polish Project Performance: Trends in Design, Construction & Facility Management

Martin Fischer, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering in the Construction Engineering and Management (CEM) group. His research interests include applying advanced computer technologies to foster integration among project participants with a special focus on the design construction interface, cost estimating and construction scheduling. Fischer joined the Stanford faculty after completing his Ph.D. in the Stanford CEM Program in 1991. Dr. Fischer has been involved in projects in Europe, North America and the Far East.

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