Background and activities
Shabnam Homaei has been a PhD candidate at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering since October 2017. She finished her master studies in Energy System Engineering from Sharif University of Technology in Iran.
Shabnam is doing her PhD as Part of ZEN project (Zero Emission Neighbourhood in Smart Cities) which is funded by the research council of Norway.
Associated professor Mohamed Hamdy is her supervisor and Dr Judith Thomsen is going to be her co-supervisor during her 4 years PhD.
Optimal integrated building design for resilient zero emission neighbourhoods
Scientific, academic and artistic work
Displaying a selection of activities. See all publications in the database
- (2021) Resilient cooling of buildings to protect against heat waves and power outages: Key concepts and definition. Energy and Buildings. vol. 239.
- (2021) Quantification of Energy Flexibility and Survivability of All-Electric Buildings with Cost-Effective Battery Size: Methodology and Indexes. Energies. vol. 14 (10).
- (2021) Thermal resilient buildings: How to be quantified? A novel benchmarking framework and labelling metric. Building and Environment. vol. 201.
- (2021) Simulation-based framework to evaluate resistivity of cooling strategies in buildings against overheating impact of climate change. Building and Environment. vol. 208.