Dr Kay Rogage is a Vice Chancellor's Research Fellow in Digital Living. Kay's research explores the synergy between building performance data (the building operation), occupant experience, and the building context. My research examines disparate, fragmented data sets such as BIM data and sensor data for developing knowledge to support both the operation of buildings and occupant well-being. My work involves using machine learning techniques to explore feature selection and pattern matching across data to improve data retrieval and the interoperability of building models.

Prior to joining Northumbria, Kay worked in both industry and academia developing software solutions for the construction industry at the NBS (National Building Specifications), the commercial arm of the RIBA, and at Newcastle University as a Research Associate. Kay has also worked at a number of new digital media organisations such as TH_NK, developing solutions for a range of digital formats.

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Dr Kay Rogage is a Vice Chancellor's Research Fellow in Digital Living. Kay's research explores the synergy between building performance data (the building operation), occupant experience, and the building context. My research examines disparate, fragmented data sets such as BIM data and sensor data for developing knowledge to support both the operation of buildings and occupant well-being. My work involves using machine learning techniques to explore feature selection and pattern matching across data to improve data retrieval and the interoperability of building models. Prior to joining Northumbria, Kay worked in both industry and academia developing software solutions for the construction industry at the NBS (National Building Specifications), the commercial arm of the RIBA, and at Newcastle University as a Research Associate. Kay has also worked at a number of new digital media organisations such as TH_NK, developing solutions for a range of digital formats.