Student papers accepted at conferences

Student papers accepted at conferences

Two student papers were recently accepted by the ISIAQ (International Society of Indoor Air Quality) for their conference, Indoor Air 2014, this July in Hong Kong. "Visual Environmental Quality Control Using Human Physiological Signal in an Office Workplace" by Master of Building Science student Rui Zhu and "Evidence-based model of building facade features using data mining for assessment of building performance" by Doctor of Philosophy student Andrea Martinez were the accepted papers.

 

Rui also published an article at the ARCC (Architectural Research Center Consortium) this past January titled "Human Physiological Signal Based Building Environmental Controls for Visual Comfort".

 

Master of Building Science student Maria Spastri's paper "Energy Codes for Mediterranean Climates: Comparing the Energy Efficiency of high and low mass residential buildings in California and Cyprus and their costs" was recently accepted into PLEA 2014