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Windsor Conference 2014 draft timetable
THURSDAY 10TH APRIL 2014
17:00 registration
18:00 drinks
19:00 dinner
20:00 after-...
FRIDAY 11TH APRIL 2014
08:30 Registration
SESSION 1: Affordable domestic comfort in the 21st Century (chairS Maria Kolokot...
10:45 discussion
11:00 Coffee break
SESSION 2 Controlling Comfort (Chairs Hom Rijal and Madhavi Indraganti)
11:20 W14052 I...
13:05 W14071 Occupants’ behaviour in office building: stochastic models
for window opening.
Valentina Fabi Politecnico di
...
15:45 W14045 A holistic approach to comfort in offices Wim Zeiler TU Eindhoven Zeiler, de Korte,
Nierman,
Boxem,
Maassen
1...
16:45 WS 1 (2 hours): comfort, user behaviour and energy efficiency of thermo-active building - systems and ventilation st...
W14002 Indoor Overheating Risk and Climate Change. Modelling
sensitivity of building design parameters for a free-running
...
SATURDAY 12TH APRIL 2014
SESSION 4: The phsysiology of thermal comfort
09:00 W14082 Thermoregulatory behaviour in response...
10:30 W14008 Field Study of Thermal Environment Acceptability Using
Ostracon
MASANARI UKAI Kogakuin university Ichikawa, N...
12:45 W14112 Effect of Structure and Morphology on Natural Ventilation
Potentials, Comfort, and Energy Use in Tall Buildin...
15:30 W14074 Investigation of the outdoor thermal comfort and clothing
insulation in Hachiko Square in Japan
Hoshino Genki...
17:30 W 8 (1 hour): Instrumentation and climate chambers (Andreas Wagner, Marcel Schweiker and Patricia Drach)
18:30 W1403...
09:00 W14161 Robust design for high workers' performance and low
absenteeism - An alternative approach
Joe Leyten Delft Un...
SESSION 8: the interaction between people and buildings
11:20 W14026 Environmental Comfort in the Living Heritage of the
C...
13:10 W14065 Using building performance simulation to quantify the
impact of energy saving behaviour change for a UK house...
W14006 African Green Design Solutions as Vernacular Bioclimatic
Architecture
Tokie Laotan-Brown Universities of
Nova Goric...
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  1. 1. Windsor Conference 2014 draft timetable THURSDAY 10TH APRIL 2014 17:00 registration 18:00 drinks 19:00 dinner 20:00 after-dinner talk (Chair Fergus Nicol) Gail Brager University of California, Berkeley
  2. 2. FRIDAY 11TH APRIL 2014 08:30 Registration SESSION 1: Affordable domestic comfort in the 21st Century (chairS Maria Kolokotroni and Bjarne Olesen) 09:00 W14076 Development of the adaptive model for thermal comfort in Japanese houses Hom B. Rijal Tokyo City University Humphreys, Nicol. 09:15 W14105 Effect of passive cooling strategies on overheating in low energy residential buildings for Danish climate Angela Simone Technical University of Denmark 09:30 W14040 Summer thermal comfort in new and old apartment buildings Mikk Maivel Tallinn University of Technology Kurnitski, Kalamees 09:45 W14090 A coupled summer thermal comfort and indoor air quality model of urban high-rise housing Anna Mavrogianni University College London (UCL) Taylor, Thoua, Davies, Kolm- Murray 10:00 W14162 Indoor thermal conditions and thermal comfort in residential buildings during the winter in Lhasa, China Haiyan Yan Henan Polytechnic University Yang 10:15 W14079 Challenges in designing for comfort – Comfort and energy use characterization in residential apartments Rajasekar Elangovan L&T Construction Soumya, Venkateswaran 10:30 W14128 The Greek Housing Stock and the Role of the Occupant’s Behaviour in Achieving Energy Efficiency Konstantinos Palantzidis London Metropolitan University Brotas 10:35 W14148 Characterization of Thermal Comfort in a Passively Cooled Building Located in a Hot-Arid Climate Alfredo Fernandez- Gonzalez University of Nevada 10:40 W14075 Survey on the thermal comfort and occupant behaviour in the bedrooms of the Japanese houses Imagawa Hikaru Tokyo City University Rijal
  3. 3. 10:45 discussion 11:00 Coffee break SESSION 2 Controlling Comfort (Chairs Hom Rijal and Madhavi Indraganti) 11:20 W14052 Individual Thermal Control in the Workplace and Changes in Thermal Preferences in a Day: Norwegian Cellular vs. British Open Plan Layouts Sally Salome Shahzad University of Edinburgh Brennan, Theodossopoul os 11:35 W14067 A comparison of alternative occupant classification approaches for the modelling of window behaviour in office buildings Shen Wei Loughborough University Buswell, Loveday 11:50 W14138 A field study about the influence of personal control on human thermal comfort Maohui LUO Tsinghua University Cao, Zhu 12:05 W14058 Case Study: Thermal Comfort in a Cooling Mist on Hot Summer Days Craig Farnham Osaka City University Emura 12:20 W14096 Thermal judgements and adaptive behaviours: a study on the subjective side of thermal comfort in two University buildings in France. Margot Pellegrino University of Paris Est 12:35 W14041 User friendliness and building automation - A conceptual approach to understanding perceived control Runa T. Hellwig Augsburg University of Apllied Sciences - 12:50 W14055 Applying contextual understanding in mixed mode design: a user-centred study of thermal comfort and adaptive control Kathryn Healey University of Queensland 12:55 W14027 Adaptive comfort opportunities under mechanically conditioned environment Alexandre Freire University of Porto Alexandre, Nicol 13:00 W14133 Does PMV unnecessarily restrict naturally ventilation in buildings? Kevin Bowe Heriot Watt University
  4. 4. 13:05 W14071 Occupants’ behaviour in office building: stochastic models for window opening. Valentina Fabi Politecnico di Torino Maggiora, Andersen, Corgnati 13:10 W14103 Implication of building energy modeling (BEM) and adaptive model to assess the efficiency of multi storied apartments in composite climate of North India Shailza Singh Indian Institute of Technology Chani, Kulkarni 13:15 W14097 Comfort temperature and the adaptive use of environmental controls in offices in Japan Ryozo Ooka The University of Tokyo Indraganti, Rijal 13:20 discussion 13:30 LUNCH SESSION 3: comfort in Offices and educational buildings 14:30 W14085 Understanding thermal comfort conditions in airport terminal buildings Alkis Kotopouleas University of Kent Nikolopoulou 14:45 W14049 Occupant behaviour and obstacles in operating the openings in offices in India Madhavi Indraganti University of California, Berkeley Ooka, Rijal, Brager 15:00 W14033 Summertime Thermal Comfort in Australian School Classrooms Richard de Dear University of Sydney Kim, Candido, Deuble 15:15 W14004 Cold comfort: thermal satisfaction in academia Simi Hoque University of Massachusetts Weil 15:30 W14151 Thermal comfort conditions during daily prayer times in an Air-Conditioned Mosque in Malaysia Azman Hussin Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Salleh, Chan, Mat
  5. 5. 15:45 W14045 A holistic approach to comfort in offices Wim Zeiler TU Eindhoven Zeiler, de Korte, Nierman, Boxem, Maassen 15:50 W14127 Cost effectiveness of thermal mitigation based on the long term thermal analysis of a large office building Paolo Lenzuni INAIL Merlino, Viazzo, Freda, Capone, del Gaudio 15:55 W14022 A field study of thermal comfort in transitional spaces in buildings in Cardiff, UK Guoying Hou Welsh School of Architecture Tweed 16:00 W14015 Choosing a method of thermal comfort for mixed-mode office buildings located in hot-humid summer climate Ricardo Rupp Federal University of Santa Catarina Ghisi 16:05 W14150 Indoor thermal comfort survey in campus buildings (classrooms) in Beijing for a long time Min Li Tsinghua University Cao, Zhu 16:10 W14011 Adaptive comfort relations and comfort temperature ranges from a field study in undergraduate laboratories Asit Kumar Mishra Indian Institute of Technology Ramgopal 16:15 W14044 CASE STUDY – THERMAL COMFORT EVALUATIONS IN PRAYER HALLS IN TWO CONTINENTS. Ashak Nathwani University of Sydney 16:20 W14137 Thermal comfort in primary schools: a field study in Chile Maureen Trebilcock Universidad del Bio- Bio Figueroa 16:25 discussion 16:30 Tea FIRST WORKSHOP SESSION
  6. 6. 16:45 WS 1 (2 hours): comfort, user behaviour and energy efficiency of thermo-active building - systems and ventilation strategies W14131 Designing resilient housing for co-evolutionary adaptivity Fionn Stevenson University of Sheffield Barborska- Narozny W14054 Comfort and adaptation in mixed-mode buildings in a hot- dry climate ANOOP HONNEKERI University of California, Berkeley Brager, Dhaka, Mathur 16:45 WS 2 (2 Hours): Schools and young people (Despoina Teli and Azadeh Montazami) W14050 Occupants’ behaviours in controlling blinds in UK primary schools Azadeh Montazami Coventry University Gaterell W14070 Do the constants used in adaptive comfort algorithms reflect the observed responses of children in junior school classrooms? Despoina Teli University of Southampton James, Jentsch W14053 Developing assumptions of metabolic rate estimation for upper primary children in the calculation of the Fanger PMV model Shamila Haddad University of New South Wales Osmond, King, Heidari 16:45 WORKSHOP 3 (1 hour): Standards: developments of EN15251 (Bjarne Olesen) W14143 A NEW HYBRID THERMAL COMFORT GUIDELINE FOR THE NETHERLANDS (ISSO 74: 2014) Atze Boerstra BBA Binnenmilieu van Hoof & van Weele W14118 Application of the adaptive model proposed by ASHRAE 55 in the Brazilian climate context: raising some issues Renata De Vecchi Federal University of Santa Catarina Sorgato, Pacheco, Cândido and Lamberts 17:45 WORKSHOP 4 (1 hour): Overheating in buildings (Fergus Nicol)
  7. 7. W14002 Indoor Overheating Risk and Climate Change. Modelling sensitivity of building design parameters for a free-running building. Linda Gichuyia University of Cambridge Steemers W14163 What are the Upper limits of Comfort? Susan Roaf Heriot Watt University Smith, Al Sheikh and Bowe 19:00 Dinner 20:30 AFTER DINNER TALKS (Chair Gail Brager) Climate change and the limits of comfort (Profs Miles Allen and Wouter van Marken Lichtenbelt)
  8. 8. SATURDAY 12TH APRIL 2014 SESSION 4: The phsysiology of thermal comfort 09:00 W14082 Thermoregulatory behaviour in response to switching thermal environments – a pilot experiment prior to a mild warm acclimation study Hannah Pallubinsky Maastricht University Schellen, van Marken Lichtenbelt 09:15 W14126 Energy efficient living – INTEWON Physiology and behaviour: the elastic thermal comfort zone and the need for categorization Wouter van Marken Lichtenbelt Maastricht University Schellen, Jacquot, Kingma 09:30 W14124 The relation between the thermoneutral zone and thermal comfort zone - Determination of the thermoneutral zone and the influence on thermal behaviour Lisje Schellen Maastricht University Pallubinsky, van Marken Lichtenbelt 09:45 W14023 Versatile Indian sari: Clothing insulation with different drapes of typical sari ensembles Madhavi Indraganti University of California, Berkeley Lee, Zhang, Arenes 10:00 W14046 Neuron fire rates simulations of cold thermal sensations validated by measurements Wim Zeiler TU Eindhoven Vissers, Zeiler, Boxem, Vezely,Verhaart 10:15 W14153 An experiment on attention ability based on Electroencephalogram (EEG) in Each PMV Condition Minjung Kim Yonsei University Choi, Han, Son, Chun 10:20 W14152 The Occupants’ stress on each PMV condition – chamber study using brain wave Yoorim Choi Yonsei University Kim, Chun 10:25 W14039 Tracking hand movement in an infrared image Michal Vesely Eindhoven University of Technology Zeiler
  9. 9. 10:30 W14008 Field Study of Thermal Environment Acceptability Using Ostracon MASANARI UKAI Kogakuin university Ichikawa, Nobe 10:35 discussion 10:50 Coffee break SESSION 5: Lighting, acoustics and building physics 11:20 W14114 On finding balance between collaborative noise and speech privacy in open-offices John Goins Pacific Northwest National Lab 11:35 W14154 Solar reflected glare affecting visual performance Luisa Brotas London Metropolitan University Wienold 11:50 W14088 Air capting and extracting sheds: Marieli Azoia Lukiantchuki University of São Paulo Shimomura, Alessandra, Greco, Paulo 12:05 W14089 Exploring the Dynamic Aspect of Natural Air flow on Occupants Thermal Perception and Comfort Harimi Djamila University Malaysia Sabah Ming, Kumaresan 12:20 W14087 Analysing the Resilience of Brasilia’s Superblocks in a Changing Climate Maria Rita Kessler Oxford Brookes University Franco, Mafalda, Samangooei 12:35 W14142 Measure and model of free hanging sound absorbers impact on thermal comfort Pierre Lombard Saint Gobain Recherche 12:40 W14072 Evaluating the influence of thermal mass and window size in a direct gain system on the annual and lifetime energy consumption of domestic Australian light weight construction Ben Slee University of Sydney Upadhyay, Hyde
  10. 10. 12:45 W14112 Effect of Structure and Morphology on Natural Ventilation Potentials, Comfort, and Energy Use in Tall Buildings Juliana Felkner ETH Zurich Chatzi 12:50 W14102 Time percentage of thermal comfort in spaces with roof pond in hot dry climate Luis Carlos Herrera Sosa Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez Azpeitia 12:55 Discussion 13:15 LUNCH SESSION 6: Outdoor comfort and Urban Heat Island effect 14:15 W14083 Residual analysis of UTCI predictions on outdoor thermal sensation survey data Peter Broede IfADo Krüger, Fiala W14110 Visualizing the results of thermal comfort field studies: putting publically accessible data in the hands of practitioners Margaret Pigman University of California, Berkeley Arens, Honnekeri, Zhang, Brager 14:30 14:45 W14064 Study on Evaluation of Effects of Inhomogeneous Radiant Environment for Pedestrian in Summer Season Using a Coupled Numerical Simulation Based on CFD Analysis Shinji Yoshida University of Fukui Sato, and Oguro 15:00 W14147 The impact of the Urban Heat Island in the energy consumption and overheating of domestic buildings in London Juan Jose Lafuente London Metropolitan University Brotas 15:15 W14144 Diversified locales for enhancing thermal acceptability of water fringed urban parks: A case of Colombo, Sri Lanka Indrika Rajapaksha Unversity of Moratuwa Rathnayaka
  11. 11. 15:30 W14074 Investigation of the outdoor thermal comfort and clothing insulation in Hachiko Square in Japan Hoshino Genki Tokyo city university Rijal 15:35 W14135 Outdoor thermal condition and people’s exposure time Mansoureh Tahbaz Shahid Beheshti University 15:40 W14080 Analyzing night time wind speed reduction effects from densification on predicted outdoor thermal comfort in a subtropical setting Eduardo Kruger UTFPR Broede 15:45 Discussion 16:00 Tea SECOND WORKSOP SESSION 16:30 W 5 (1 hour): Daylight (Luisa Brotas and Jan Wienold) 17:30 W14037 Illuminating Adaptive Comfort: Dynamic Lighting for the Active Occupant Zoltan Nagy ETH Zurich Hazas, Frei, Rossi, Schlueter W14100 Light switch behaviour: occupant behaviour stochastic models in office buildings Valentina Fabi Politecnico di Torino Camisassi, Causone, Andersen, Corgnati. W14098 Towards a Dynamic Daylight Understanding Isabelle Leysens Iowa State University Passe 17:30 W 6 (1 hour): Negotiated comfort: (There is no such thing as personal comfort – it is always agreed in groups) (Gary Raw) 18:30 16:30 W 7 (1 hour): Using statistics correctly to analyse comfort and behaviours (Jane & Rex Galbraith with Michael Humphreys) 17:30
  12. 12. 17:30 W 8 (1 hour): Instrumentation and climate chambers (Andreas Wagner, Marcel Schweiker and Patricia Drach) 18:30 W14032 Presenting LOBSTER, an innovative climate chamber, and the analysis of the effect of a ceiling fan on the thermal sensation and performance under summer conditions in an office-like setting Marcel Schweiker Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Brasche, Hawighorst, Bischof, Wagner 16:30 W 9 (2 hours): Dynamic thermal environment: What is the mechanism? How to create, control and evaluate it? (Yingxin Zhu) 18:30 W14146 Applicability of elevated air movement for maintaining thermal comfort in warm environments Li Huang Tsinghua University SUNDAY 13H APRIL 1014 SESSION 7: Thermal comfort, productivity and occupant behaviour
  13. 13. 09:00 W14161 Robust design for high workers' performance and low absenteeism - An alternative approach Joe Leyten Delft University of Technology Raue, Kurvers 09:15 W14115 Considerations for occupant behaviour modelling in early design stages Astrid Roetzel Deakin University 09:30 W14101 Evaluating the effect of occupant behaviour and expectations on actual energy use and environmental conditions in ‘sustainable’ social housing in South East England Rajat Gupta Oxford Brookes University Kapsali, Mariam 09:45 W14129 Solving the Black Box: Inverse Approach for Ideal Building Dynamic Bahaviour Using Multi-Objective Optimization with EnergyPlus Nelly Martinez University College London 10:00 W14078 A field-comparison of thermal comfort with floor heating systems and air conditioning systems in Japanese homes Hom B Rijal Tokyo City University Omori, Toshiaki, Humphreys, Nicol 10:15 W14061 Personal heating: energy use and effectiveness. Jacob Verhaart Eindhoven University of Technology Veselý, Kik, Zeiler 10:30 W14121 Prevalence and Evaluation of Bioclimatic Design Techniques used to achieve Low Energy Comfort in Architectural Design Proposals Adrian Pitts University of Huddersfield 10:35 W14117 Field evaluation of the performance of a radiant heating/cooling ceiling panel system Ryozo Ooka University of Tokyo Li, Yoshidomi, Olesen 10:40 W14093 The gap between what is said and what is done: a method for distinguishing reported and observed responses to thermal discomfort. Stephanie Gauthier University College London Shipworth 10:45 discussion 11:00 Coffee
  14. 14. SESSION 8: the interaction between people and buildings 11:20 W14026 Environmental Comfort in the Living Heritage of the Chilean Araucanía: The Ruka Lafkenche and the Fogón Pehuenche. Christopher J. Whitman Universidad Central de Chile Turnbull 11:35 W14021 Simulating the human-building interaction: Development and validation of an agent-based model of office occupant behaviours. Jared Langevin Drexel University Wen, Gurian 11:50 W14084 Post-occupancy and indoor monitoring surveys to investigate the potential of summertime overheating in UK prefabricated timber houses Timothy Adekunle University of Kent Nikolopoulou 12:05 W14107 Improvement of comfort conditions using confluent jets ventilation located near the floor level in an experimental chamber Eusébio Conceição University of Algarve Lúcio, Awbi 12:20 W14120 Triumph in the Tropics? Surveying the thermal environment of the Queensland house 1905-1926 Daniel Ryan The University of Sydney 12:35 W14019 A STUDY OF THERMAL MAVERICKS IN AUSTRALIA Lyrian Daniel The University of Adelaide Williamson, Soebarto, Chen 12:50 W14156 Cross-Correlations among the daily variation of thermal control use, thermal sensation, clothing insulation and outdoor temperature during cooling season in Japan Noriko Umemiya Osaka city university Tomohiro, Taniguchi 13:05 W14013 Lifecycle Costing of Low Energy Housing Refurbishment: A case study of a 7 year retrofit in Chester Road, London Theodora Neroutsou University College London
  15. 15. 13:10 W14065 Using building performance simulation to quantify the impact of energy saving behaviour change for a UK house Shen Wei Plymouth University Jones, de Wilde 13:15 W14014 The Effect of Climate and Culture on Housing among Low Income Groups in Lagos, Nigeria feyikemi akinwolemia Welsh school of architecture Gwilliam 13:20 Discussion 13:30 LUNCH Papers whose authors are unable to attend W14010 Thermal comfort study of university students in Jakarta, Indonesia Tri Harso Karyono Tanri Abeng University Heryanto, W14145 Exergetic Review on Thermal Performance of Window Systems Masanori Shukuya Tokyo City University W14036 Occupant time period of thermal adaption to change of outdoor air temperature in naturally ventilated buildings Weiwei Liu Central South University W14005 Effects of vegetation on thermal comfort in Shanghai high- density residential developments Haiping Liu Tongji University Song W14012 Daylight quality in hospitals – Developing a frame work Mohamed Elcharkawi Arab Academy For Science and Technology Gomaa, Sarhan W14115 Considerations for occupant behaviour modelling in early design stages Astrid Roetzel Deakin University W14136 Mobile Meteorological Survey Station: Applying Measurement Tools on a bike to create the Meteobike Patricia Drach Glasgow Caledonian University H Drach
  16. 16. W14006 African Green Design Solutions as Vernacular Bioclimatic Architecture Tokie Laotan-Brown Universities of Nova Gorica and Iuav di Venezia

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