Minou Weijs - Perrée
Minou Weijs-Perrée (1989) started in October 2014 as a PhD candidate at the Real Estate Management & Development department at Eindhoven University of Technology. The PhD research focusses on knowledge sharing and networking in business centers, under supervision of the supervisors Rianne Appel-Meulenbroek, Theo Arentze and Sjoerd Romme.
Minou studied Building Technology at Eindhoven University of Technology and received her Bachelor’s degree in 2012, followed by a Master’s degree Architecture, Building and Planning (Real Estate Management & Development) in 2014. Her thesis focused on the relationships between personal- and neighborhood characteristics, social networks and social satisfaction of elderly.
Employee satisfaction with the physical work environmentInternational Journal of Strategic Property Management (2019)
Analysing user preferences for co-working space characteristicsBuilding Research and Information (2019)
Dynamics in social activity-travel patterns : analyzing the role of life events and path dependence in face-to-face and ICT-mediated social interactionsResearch in Transportation Economics (2018)
Location type choice for face-to-face interactions and knowledge sharing in university buildings8th Organizations, Artifacts and Practices Workshop (OAP 2018) (2018)
The influence of personality on user satisfaction: multi-tenant officesBuilding Research & Information (2018)
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