Greg Nolan is Professor and Head of Discipline at the University of Tasmania’s Discipline of Architecture and Design in its School of Technology, Environment and Design.
He is also the Director of the University’s Centre for Sustainable Architecture with Wood, a broad, multidisciplinary research and education group that aspires to be a national leader in sustainable architectural design, building and applications with wood.
Since 1994, Greg has been involved with teaching in Architecture and Design and with research, development and extension aimed at improving both the use of wood and timber products in sustainable building, and the recovery of wood products from the available resource. He is also currently involved with efforts to gain the most from Australia’s plantation hardwood resources. In his research, he works closely with the building design professions and the timber production industry. He has published widely on these topics through books, articles, manuals, guides and conference publications.