BES Hons. (Waterloo), MRM (Simon Fraser), PhD (Hong Kong)
Dr. David Sadoway is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow with HSS-Sociology at Nanyang Technological University. His current research involves the socio-psychological impact of noise and vibration in high density neighourhoods. David has a PhD in Urban Planning and Design from the University of Hong Kong (2013) and served as a Postdoctoral Fellow at Concordia University (Montréal) (2012-14), where he studied the politics of Indian urban infrastructure in Delhi and Bengaluru (Bangalore).
Dr. Sadoway has been a Visiting Scholar at: The Technical University of Darmstadt’s Topology of Technology Faculty (2013); the National Institute of Urban Affairs, New Delhi (2013); and Academia Sinica’s Center for Asia-Pacific Area Studies, Taipei (2008). His research interests include: Asian urbanism; civic environmentalism; urban infrastructure and technologies; community informatics; and enclave urbanism. Dr. Sadoway has worked in the U.N. system, government, the non-profit sector; and with urban planning consultants in Toronto and Vancouver. In 2016 David was the lecturer at NTU-HSS for HS3004 “Cities and Urban Life” (see: http://blogs.ntu.edu.sg/hs3004-2016/ ).