Background and activities
" Residential zero-emission building concepts for warm climates"
The primary objective of the PhD project is to develop concepts and strategies which can successfully reduce environmental impact related to the life cycle of residential buildings operating in the climates recognised as warm. Herein , research activities primarily focus on humid subtropical and tropical climate zones according to Koppen-Geiger classification. The project is collaborating with international research centres and communities as Shanghai Jiao Tong University and International Energy Agency (IEA Annex 72)
Scientific, academic and artistic work
- (2021) Life Cycle GHG Emissions of Residential Buildings in Humid Subtropical and Tropical Climates: Systematic Review and Analysis. Buildings.
- (2020) Comparison of the greenhouse gas emissions of a high-rise residential building assessed with different national LCA approaches – IEA EBC Annex 72. IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science (EES).
- (2020) Feasibility study of an off-grid container unit for industrial construction. Sustainable cities and society. vol. 61.
- (2020) Comparative life cycle assessment of various energy efficiency designs of a container-based housing unit in China: A case study. Building and Environment.
- (2020) Reduction Strategies for Greenhouse Gas Emissions from High-Speed Railway Station Buildings in a Cold Climate Zone of China. Sustainability.
- (2019) Towards Zero Emission Residential Buildings (ZEBs) in a Humid Subtropical Climate. Analysis Emissions from Energy Use and Embodied Emissions from Materials in Referential Locations According to Obligatory Residential Energy Codes and Using Generic LCA Data Sources. Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (ISHVAC 2019).
- (2019) Assessing the annual power reliability of a residential building in relation to its ventilation system type: The case study of the off-grid container house in Shanghai. IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering. vol. 609 (7).