Background and activities
Christoph Merschbrock, works at NTNU`s department of manufacturing and civil engineering. He received his PhD in information systems from the University of Agder (Kristiansand, Norway), and his MSc degree in civil engineering from Reykjavik University - School of Science and Engineering (Reykjavik, Iceland), where he graduated top of his class. Before joining academia, Christoph worked for several years in engineering projects including the Fjardaál smelter project in East Iceland (documented in a MegaStructures program of the National Geographic Channel). His research interests are information and communication technology innovations in the construction industry and construction management. His work has been presented in international journals including Communications of the AIS, Computers in industry, and the ASCE Journal of Management in Engineering. Christoph has won two prizes for his academic work namely the '2014 article of the year award' granted by the International Journal of e-Collaboration and the 'best paper award' at the 2015 Nordic Construction Economics and Organization Conference
Scientific, academic and artistic work
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- (2021) Exploring the utility of AR for quality inspections in timber-frame house production - A case study from Småland, Sweden. ITC Digital Library.
- (2020) Effects of emerging technologies in minimising variations in construction projects in the UK. International Journal of Construction Management.
- (2018) BIM coordinators: a review. Engineering Construction and Architectural Management. vol. 25 (8).
- (2018) Collaborative Role of Sociotechnical Components in BIM-Based Construction Networks in Two Hospitals. Journal of Management in Engineering. vol. 34 (4).
- (2017) A qualitative investigation of perceived impacts of virtuality on effectiveness of hybrid construction project teams. Construction Innovation. vol. 18 (1).
- (2017) Where the Gaps Lie: Ten Years of Research into Collaboration on BIM-Enabled Construction Projects. Construction economics and building. vol. 17 (1).
- (2016) Serious games as a virtual training ground for relocation to a new healthcare facility. Facilities. vol. 34 (13-14).
- (2016) BIM technology acceptance among reinforcement workers - The case of Oslo Airport's terminal 2. Journal of Information Technology in Construction (ITcon). vol. 21 (1).
- (2015) Effective digital collaboration in the construction industry - A case study of BIM deployment in a hospital construction project. Computers in industry (Print). vol. 73.
- (2014) How is Building Information Modeling Influenced by Project Complexity? A Cross-Case Analysis of e-Collaboration Performance in Building Construction. International Journal of e-collaboration. vol. 10 (2).
- (2012) Unorchestrated Symphony: The Case of Inter-organizational collaboration in digital construction design. Journal of Information Technology in Construction (ITcon). vol. 17.
- (2012) A Research Review on Building Information Modeling in Construction ― An Area Ripe for IS Research. Communications of the Association for Information Systems. vol. 31.