Background and activities
Professor Salvatore Carlucci received M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees with honours from Politecnico di Milano in Italy. Currently, he is subtask leader of IEA-EBC Annex 79 on Occupant-centric building design and operation and is a fellow of IBPSA, the International Building Performance Simulation Association. He has contributed as a partner to several projects funded by the European Union belonging to the Intelligent Energy Europe program, the Seventh framework program, and the Horizon 2020 program, and to three Annexes approved by the International Energy Agency (IEA). He is a member of the editorial board of two peer-reviewed scientific journals (Energy Efficiency and Energies), a reviewer for several international journals and an evaluator of research applications for few international universities and institutions.
Carlucci has published about 60 scientific papers and contributed to seven books on occupant-centric building design and operation, indoor environmental quality (thermal, visual and acoustic comfort, and indoor air quality), sustainable, smart and low-energy buildings, building performance simulation and optimization, and building physics.
Scientific, academic and artistic work
A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database
- (2020) Simulation-aided occupant-centric building design: A critical review of tools, methods, and applications. Energy and Buildings. vol. 224.
- (2020) Modeling occupant behavior in buildings. Building and Environment. vol. 174 (106768).
- (2020) Comfort temperature and preferred adaptive behaviour in various classroom types in the UK higher learning environments. Energy and Buildings. vol. 211.
- (2020) Current practices and infrastructure for open data based research on occupant-centric design and operation of buildings. Building and Environment. vol. 177.
- (2020) Can CO2 sensors in the ventilation system of a pool facility help reduce the variability in the trihalomethane concentration observed in indoor air?. Environment International. vol. 138 (105665).
- (2019) A data-driven procedure to model occupancy and occupant-related electric load profiles in residential buildings for energy simulation. Energy and Buildings. vol. 202.
- (2019) Robust and resilient buildings: A framework for defining the protection against climate uncertainty. IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering. vol. 609.
- (2019) Towards climate robust buildings: an innovative method for designing buildings with robust energy performance under climate change. Energy and Buildings. vol. 202.
- (2019) Impacts of the future weather data type on the energy simulation of buildings – Investigating long-term patterns of climate change and extreme weather conditions. Applied Energy. vol. 238.
- (2019) Energy use and perceived health in indoor swimming pool facilities. IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering. vol. 609 (042051).
- (2018) Review of adaptive thermal comfort models in built environmental regulatory documents. Building and Environment. vol. 137.
- (2018) Assessing energy-smartness in smart cities. Building Services Engineering Research & Technology. vol. 39 (1).
- (2018) Development of the ASHRAE Global Thermal Comfort Database II. Building and Environment. vol. 142.
- (2018) A holistic approach to assess the exploitation of renewable energy sources for design interventions in the early design phases. Energy and Buildings. vol. 175.
- (2017) An Analysis of the Most Adopted Rating Systems for Assessing the Environmental Impact of Buildings. Sustainability. vol. 9 (7).
- (2017) Empirical validation and local sensitivity analysis of a lumped-parameter thermal model of an outdoor test cell. Building and Environment. vol. 130.
- (2017) An Exergy Analysis for Milano Smart City. Energy Procedia. vol. 111.
- (2017) The impact of climate change on the overheating risk in dwellings–A Dutch case study. Building and Environment. vol. 122.
- (2017) The Sustainability Challenge: How Multi-Cultural and Interdisciplinary Groups of Master Students Achieve Sustainable Architecture in Shanghai. AMPS PROCEEDINGS SERIES.
- (2017) Boosting solar accessibility and potential of urban districts in the Nordic climate: A case study in Trondheim. Solar Energy. vol. 149.