Research Fellow, Designing Out Crime Research Centre, University of Technology Sydney

Dr Rohan Lulham is a research fellow at the Designing Out Crime Research Centre. His research covers the areas of design, environmental psychology and criminology, with particular research interests in affect and design, correctional design practice, and social innovation. He has expertise in social science statistics, while qualitative methods are also a feature in most of his research. He is currently leading projects that seek to bring innovation to correctional design practice as well as a program of research exploring the possibilities for utilizing Affect Control Theory in design research and practice.

Experience

  • 2010–present
    Research fellow, University of Technology Sydney

Education

  • 2007 
    University of Sydney, PhD in Architecture
  • 1994 
    James Cook University , Bachelor of Psychology (hons)