Daniel Oh leads the smart city program and multiple urban sustainability initiatives at Korea University. His research and development focus on technology-enabled urban innovations to valorize public space through interdisciplinary collaborations. Prior to taking his academic post at Korea University, he completed numerous urban planning and design projects in Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and the States. He holds two Master’s degrees in Urban Planning and in Landscape Architecture from Harvard University.
Associate Professor, Korea University, Department of Smart City
Embodied carbon – the emissions released from materials during the construction of buildings and infrastructure – will be responsible for half of the planet’s total carbon footprint of new builds…Read more…