- Dillman 201B
- Assistant Professor, Construction Management
- Faculty, Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Faculty, College of Business
- PhD, Design, Construction, and Planning, University of Florida
- MSc each in Digital Arts and Sciences, Construction Management, Civil Engineering
- BSc, Civil Engineering
Dr Eiris obtained a Ph.D. in Design, Construction, and Planning from the University of Florida in 2020. He also holds a B.Sc. in Civil Engineering (2013), a M.Sc. in Civil Engineering (2016), a M.Sc. in Construction Management (2016), and a M.Sc. in Digital Arts and Sciences (2020). His research interests focus on human-technology interaction within construction management to understand and develop human learning, problem-solving, and collaboration. He leverages new technologies to explore the research areas of human-technology interaction, real/virtual humans in mixed reality, cyberlearning, and human-computer/robot collaborations. His teaching interests are in areas of Technology Applications in Construction, Building Information Modeling (BIM), Construction Safety, and Building Utilities (Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing).
- Technology Applications in Construction
- Building Information Modeling (BIM)
- Construction Safety
- Building Utilities (Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing)
- Human-Technology Interaction
- Virtual and Augmented Reality
- Building Information Modeling
- Unmanned Aerial Systems/Vehicles (UASs/UAVs)
- Eiris, R., Jain, A., Gheisari, M., & Wehle, A. (2020). Safety immersive storytelling using narrated 360-degree panoramas: a fall hazard training within the electrical trade context. Safety science, 127, 104703.
- Eiris, R., John, B., Jain, E., & Gheisari, M. (2020). Effect of marker location on user detection in omnidirectional images. In 2020 IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality and 3D User Interfaces Abstracts and Workshops (VRW) (pp. 771-772). IEEE.
- Eiris, R., Gheisari, M., & Esmaeili, B. (2020). Desktop-based safety training using 360-degree panorama and static virtual reality techniques: A comparative experimental study. Automation in Construction, 109, 102969.
- Moore, H. F., Eiris, R., Gheisari, M., & Esmaeili, B. (2019). Hazard Identification Training Using 360-Degree Panorama vs. Virtual Reality Techniques: A Pilot Study. In Computing in Civil Engineering 2019: Visualization, Information Modeling, and Simulation (pp. 55-62). American Society of Civil Engineers Atlanta, GA.
- Eiris, R., & Gheisari, M. (2019). 360-Degree Panoramas as a Reality Capturing Technique in Construction Domain: Applications and Limitations. In 55th ASC Annual International Conference Proceedings.