Indoor air quality (IAQ) applied learning journal for students, industry, community, and academics. Exposure to healthy indoor air is a basic human right. Everyone deserves to know about it, not just the experts.
Author: Moshood Fadeyi
Dr. Moshood Olawale Fadeyi is an Associate Professor of Building Services Engineering at the Singapore Institute of Technology. Dr. Fadeyi holds four university degrees, including a Ph.D. in Indoor Environment and Energy from the National University of Singapore and Technical University of Denmark. Dr. Fadeyi is architecture and engineering trained. He is an architect, indoor air quality expert, chartered engineer (UK) – building services, chartered construction manager (UK), and specialist adult educator. Dr. Fadeyi is a member of the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers, Chartered Institute of Building, and American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-conditioning Engineers.
Currently, Dr. Fadeyi research aims to enhance applied learning pedagogy to make students job-ready upon graduation and improve industry and community practices. His applied learning pedagogy enhancement is informed by applied research, artistic research, and case study research grounded in design, critical, reflective, scientific, and lean thinking and digital solutions adoption. He has written more than 180 published scholarly and peer-reviewed articles in line with the applied learning pedagogy enhancement and basic research. Dr. Fadeyi research and teaching domain expertise are in value-oriented productivity in healthy and energy-efficient indoor air delivery and value-oriented productivity in design, construction, and facility management practices.
Dr. Fadeyi expertise and leadership are highly sought after by companies and government agencies. Dr. Fadeyi is the Editor, Author, and Cartoonist of Indoor Air Cartoon Journal – a journal providing applied learning on IAQ with audiences from over 100 countries. Dr. Fadeyi is a former National Taekwondo Champion in Singapore - Black Belt Middle-Heavy Weight category, 2006.