Dr Ehsan Sharifi
Dr Ehsan Sharifi
PhD in Architecture – Applied Science (UniSA)
B. Architectural Engineering (UT); M. Architecture (UT); M. Sustainable Design (UniSA)
Ehsan is an advocate for the application of architectural sciences in practice. He joined the School of Architecture and Built Environment after completing three post-doc Research Associate positions at UniSA (Cooling Capacity of Green Infrastructures; School of ITMS), UNSW (Urban Cooling Guidelines; School of Built Environment) and the University of Adelaide (Urban Wind Engineering and Comfort; School of Mechanical Engineering). His PhD was part of a CRC for Low Carbon Living project on Urban Microclimates of Australian Cities (RP 2005; 2012-2015).
Ehsan is a member of Sustainable Built Environment research group with research interests including:
• Urban microclimates and the urban heat island effect
• Quality of public space and public life
• Outdoor thermal-wind comfort
• Cultural and historical responses to thermal discomfort
• Environmental assessment of buildings and urban precincts and passive design
• Low carbon urban living, urban greening and climate change adaptation
✓ Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD (as Co-Supervisor) — email supervisor to discuss availability.
Urban Microclimates; The UHI effect; Outdoor Thermal Comfort; Resilience to Heat Stress in Cities; Urban Greening
|2017||Lecturer||University of Adelaide|
|2016 - 2017||Research Associate||University of New South Wales, Sydney|
|2016 - 2017||Research Associate||University of Adelaide|
|2015 - 2016||Research Associate||University of South Australia|
|2002 - 2010||Lecturer||Shiraz University|
|2002 - 2008||Architect||SSI, Shiraz|
|English||Can peer review|
|Persian||Can peer review|
|2012 - 2016||University of South Australia||Australia||PhD in Architecture - Applied Science|
|2010 - 2012||University of South Australia||Australia||Master of Sustainable Design (UD)|
|2000 - 2002||Tehran University of Art, Tehran||Iran||Master of Architecture|
|1996 - 2000||Tehran University of Art, Tehran||Iran||Bachelor of Architectural Engineering|
|2018||Hatvani-Kovacs, G., Bush, J., Sharifi, E., & Boland, J. (2018). Policy Recommendations to Increase Urban Heat Stress Resilience. Urban Climate, 25, 51-63.
|2017||Soltani, A., & Sharifi, E. (2017). Daily variation of urban heat island effect and its correlations to urban greenery: A case study of Adelaide. Frontiers of Architectural Research, 6(4), 529-538.
|2017||Sharifi, E., & Soltani, A. (2017). Patterns of Urban Heat Island Effect in Adelaide: A Mobile Traverse Experiment. Modern Applied Science, 11(4), 80.
|2017||Sharifi, E., & Boland, J. (2017). Heat resilience in public space and Its applications in healthy and low carbon cities. Procedia Engineering, 180, 944-954.
|2017||Sharifi, E., Sivam, A., & Boland, J. (2017). Spatial and Activity Preferences during Heat Stress Conditions in Adelaide: Towards Increased Adaptation Capacity of the Built Environment. Procedia Engineering, 180, 955-965.
|2016||Sharifi, E., Sivam, A., & Boland, J. (2016). Resilience to heat in public space: a case study of Adelaide, South Australia. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 59(10), 1833-1854.
|2015||Sharifi, E., & Lehmann, S. (2015). Correlation analysis of surface temperature of rooftops, streetscapes and urban heat island effect: case study of central Sydney. Journal of Urban and Environmental Engineering, 9(1), 3-11.
|2014||Sharifi, E., & Lehmann, S. (2014). Comparative analysis of surface urban heat island effect in central Sydney. Journal of Sustainable Development, 7(3), 23-34.
|2012||Soltani, A., Mehraein, M., & Sharifi, E. (2012). Urban features and energy consumption at local level. Journal of Urban and Environmental Engineering, 6(2), 43-47.
|2012||Soltani, A., & Sharifi, E. (2012). A case study of sustainable urban planning principles in Curitiba (Brazil) and their applicability in Shiraz (Iran). International Journal of Development and Sustainability, 1(2), 120-134.|
|2016||Sharifi, E., Sivam, A., & Boland, J. (2016). Outdoor activity choices of citizens during heat stress conditions in Adelaide: Towards increased adaptation capacity of the built environment. In Climate Adaptation 2016: Change, Challenge, Opportunity Booklet (pp. 95). Adelaide.|
|2017||Osmond, P., & Sharifi, E. (2017). Guide to Urban Cooling Strategies (RP 2014). Sydney: Low Carbon Living CRC.|
Urban Microclimates (2014 - seed funding CAC-SUD)
Thermal Photography of the City of Adelaide (2016 - industry fund ACC)
Cooling Capacity of Urban Greenery (2017 - industry supported fund ACC and Renewal SA)
Environment I (introduction)
Environment II (applications in architecture)
Environment III (applications in urban design)
Sustainable Urban Design
|Date||Role||Research Topic||Program||Degree Type||Student Load||Student Name|
|2017||Co-Supervisor||Social-Spatial Strategies for Revitalisation of Transitional Urban Fabrics in Iran and Australia||Doctor of Philosophy||Doctorate||Full Time||Mr Hamed Tavakoli|