School of Architecture and Built Environment
Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences
Marina is a PhD Candidate based in the School of Architecture & Built Environment working on an interdisciplinary project connecting the fields of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Photonics.
Based on an interdisciplinary approach connecting the fields of architecture, civil engineering and photonics, this research aims to find functional glazed design solutions for building envelopes through the integration of nanoparticle thermochromic (nanothermochromic) smart glazing technology into façade design whilst maintaining occupant thermal and visual comfort levels. The overall intention is to contribute toward a burgeoning body of literature on the enhancement of high-rise building façades.
Keywords: Architectural Engineering, Façade, Nanothermochromic, High-rise, Glazing, Energy modelling
Year Citation 2021 Flor, J. F., Aburas, M., Abd-AlHamid, F., & Wu, Y. (2021). Virtual reality as a tool for evaluating user acceptance of view clarity through ETFE double-skin façades. Energy and Buildings, 231, 15 pages.
2021 Aburas, M., Ebendorff-Heidepriem, H., Lei, L., Li, M., Zhao, J., Williamson, T., . . . Soebarto, V. (2021). Smart windows - Transmittance tuned thermochromic coatings for dynamic control of building performance. Energy and Buildings, 235, 110717-1-110717-16.
2019 Aburas, M., Soebarto, V., Williamson, T., Liang, R., Ebendorff-Heidepriem, H., & Wu, Y. (2019). Thermochromic smart window technologies for building application: A review. Applied Energy, 255(123522), 1-19.
DOI Scopus24 WoS18
2019 Liang, R., Sun, Y., Aburas, M., Wilson, R., & Wu, Y. (2019). An exploration of the combined effects of NIR and VIS spectrally selective thermochromic materials on building performance. Energy and Buildings, 201, 149-162.
DOI Scopus5 WoS3
|2016 - 2017||Interdisciplinary Research Fund (IRF)|
|2016 - 2019||Research Training Program Scholarship (formerly APA)|
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