This project investigated strategies to reduce parameter uncertainty for infiltration and natural ventilation model inputs in whole-building energy models of MURBs.
This project explored how replacing conventional programmable thermostat with smart thermostat could impact energy performance, thermal comfort and occupant behaviour in high-rise residential buildings.
This study examined the effectiveness of several low-carbon technologies to assess their applicability for high performance single-family housing construction.
This project investigates the use of a crowd-sourced HVAC control strategy for the retrofit of space heating systems in post-war multi-unit residential buildings (MURBs).
This project explored a combination of testing and modelling approaches designed specifically for high-rise multi-unit residential buildings applications
This project evaluated the energy savings associated with suite compartmentalization and in-suite ventilation systems retrofits in a high-rise residential building.