Chibiao Hao

Tall Building Academic & Teaching Committee

Qingdao Technological University, Dean of Dept. Architecture | Qingdao, China

About

Prof. Chibiao Hao has been engaged in the research work of Architectural Education and Design for a long period, he has published more than 50 papers, published 4 teaching materials, hosted nearly 10 research projects of State-level and Provincial-level; he has guided nearly 100 award-winning projects for domestic and international architectural students competitions, including UIA and AIA international competitions; his design projects, such as “2014 Qingdao World Horticultural Expo gardening cultural center", "Shandong provincial environmental protection industry research and development base" won several State-level and Provincial-level awards.

Chibiao Hao

CTBUH Roles

Tall Building Academic & Teaching Committee (2018 – Present)

Regional Representative, Qingdao (2017 – Present)

20 October 2018

Record Numbers Convene at 2018 Leaders Meeting

CTBUH Leaders convened on Day 1 of the 2018 Middle East Conference for updates on the year's developments and to plan for 2019.

20 October 2018

Academic & Teaching Committee Holds Meeting at 2018 Conference

The CTBUH Academic & Teaching Committee held a breakout meeting at the CTBUH 2018 Middle East Conference, discussing CTBUH’s evolving relationship to academia.

29 October 2017

CTBUH 2017 Conference Delegates Attend Tall Timber Workshop

Delegates gathered in the offices of Arup in Sydney to participate in the Tall Timber Workshop, which included 14 presenters speaking on topics relevant to the tall timber industry.

29 October 2017

CTBUH Leaders Connect at 2017 Conference

The Annual Leaders Meeting was held the day before the start of the CTBUH 2017 Australia Conference, bringing together the Council’s leaders.

16 October 2017

2017 International Design Workshop: Evolving DiverCity

The School of Architecture at Qingdao University of Technology and CTBUH China co-organized a symposium entitled “Evolving DiverCity - Towards Shared Vertical Urbanism."