Andrei Hodorog

Andrei Hodorog
Cardiff University | CU · BRE Institute of Sustainable Engineering

Active researcher in Social Media mining, Natural Language Processing, User Experience, and BIM for Energy Efficiency

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Introduction
Andrei Hodorog currently works at the BRE Institute of Sustainable Engineering, Cardiff University. Andrei does research in Civil Engineering, Information Science and Information Systems (Business Informatics). Note: My work is not related in any way and I do not have any contributions to the work of my relative, Hodorog D.
Additional affiliations
September 2016 - present
Cardiff University
Position
  • Research Assistant
Education
September 2013 - June 2018
Cardiff University
Field of study
  • Computer Science with Security and Forensics

Publications

Publications (9)
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The recent adoption of building information modelling (BIM), and the quest to decarbonise our built environment, has impacted several segments of the supply chain, including design and engineering practitioners, prompting the need to redefine the construction personnel positions along with associated skills and competencies. The research informs wa...
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In this paper we aim to understand the connectivity and communication characteristics of Twitter users who post content subsequently classified by human annotators as containing possible suicidal intent or thinking, commonly referred to as suicidal ideation. We achieve this understanding by analysing the characteristics of their social networks. St...
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The World Wide Web, and online social networks in particular, have increased connectivity between people such that information can spread to millions of people in a matter of minutes. This form of online collective contagion has provided many benefits to society, such as providing reassurance and emergency management in the immediate aftermath of n...
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Information modelling for the construction industry can address the fragmentation, multitude of professions and companies that often require collaboration and data exchange. Construction projects involve various professions, including design teams, contractors, facility managers, product manufacturers and suppliers, user associations, clients and i...
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Sports facilities are considered complex buildings due to their high energy demand and occupancy profiles. Therefore, their management and optimization are crucial for reducing their energy consumption and carbon footprint while maintaining an appropriate indoor environmental quality. This work is part of the SportE3.Q project, which aims to manage...
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Social media data analysis in a smart city context can represent an efficacious instrument to inform decision making. The manuscript strives to leverage the power of Natural Language Processing (NLP) techniques applied to Twitter messages using supervised learning to achieve real-time automated event detection in smart cities. A semantic-based taxo...
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Sports tourism in the Gulf region started to flourish where several international sports events were secured for the next decade. This reflects on the number of sports facilities, their energy consumption, and CO2 emissions mainly due to the indoor and outdoor air conditioning requirements. This paper aims to emphasize the significance of energy ma...
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Several attempts have been made in the past to advance fire safety standards for residential buildings. However, the UK government has only partially succeeded in delivering detailed legislation that has been both successfully implemented and enforced across all types of dwellings. To further understand the government's approach, the author carried...

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Archived project
The Computational Urban Sustainability Platform (CUSP) is currently being developed at Cardiff University. It is an immersive decision support tool built to deliver Cardiff University powerful urban analytics. CUSP enable interactive monitoring and inform decision making through a web interface .