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Terence Williamson

Terence Williamson
School of Architecture and Built Environment
Faculty of the Professions

Dr Terry Williamson was educated in engineering and architecture in Australia, and is Associate Professor of the School of Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Urban Design at the University of Adelaide. He has taught, researched and published in areas of energy, thermal performance and sustainability related to the built environment, and is the author (or co-author) of over one hundred publications including books, journal articles and conference papers.

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Terence Williamson

Dr Terry Williamson was educated in engineering and architecture in Australia, and is Associate Professor of the School of Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Urban Design at the University of Adelaide. He has taught, researched and published in areas of energy, thermal performance and sustainability related to the built environment, and is the author (or co-author) of over one hundred publications including books, journal articles and conference papers.

Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD — email supervisor to discuss availability.

Dr Williamson's earlier research was concerned with the basic issue of providing relevant design advice for improving the thermal and environmental performance of buildings. He developed a variety of research tools and techniques to provide information to backup arguments regarding these issues including, computer simulation software, householder surveys and interviews, the recording of occupant behaviour (eg. Comfort Vote Logger) and building performance monitoring (eg temperature and energy consumption).

An ARC Discovery project awarded in 2002 Building and Ethics: Understanding A Corpus of Contemporary Australian Award-Winning Houses as Responses to Ecological, Social and Built Contexts broadened research interests into the general area of the design of sustainable building. Early output of this research was a book Understanding Sustainable Architecture (Williamson, Radford & Bennetts, 2003) which is a concise review of the assumptions, beliefs, goals and bodies of knowledge that underlie the endeavour to design environmentally (more) sustainable buildings and other built developments. It shows that much of the available advice and rhetoric about sustainable architecture begins from positions where important ethical, cultural and conceptual issues are simply assumed.

Recent and continuing research has concentrated on two issues. First, data has been collected with the objective of corroborating the operation of the Building Code of Australia's energy-efficiency provisions, in particular the effectiveness of the NatHERS Star Rating Scheme for dwellings. In 2004 Terry made a major submission to the Productivity Commission's enquiry into Energy-efficiency in the Australian economy. Subsequent papers have also investigated this issue and questioned the efficacy of the scheme.

The second research area concerns the urban mirco-climate. In collaboration with Dr Evyatar Erell of the Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel the urban mirco-climate model CAT has been developed and evaluated on the basis of field measurements. The model predicts hourly air temperature in an urban street canyon for extended periods in a variety of weather conditions, on the basis of meteorological time series recorded at an open site exposed to the same meso-scale conditions, taking into account the geometry of the two sites and the thermal properties of their respective surface materials. This model is used to study design implications in relation building energy consumption associated with factors such urban density and street geometry.

Awards and Achievements

Date Type Title Institution Name Country Amount
2009 Research Award IBPSA Award for Distinguished Service to Building Simulation

Education

Date Institution name Country Title
Monash University Australia Bachelor of Engineering
University of Melbourne Australia Bachelor of Architecture
University of Adelaide Australia PhD

Research Interests

Journals

Year Citation
2018 Carre, A., & Williamson, T. (2018). Design and validation of a low cost indoor environment quality data logger. Energy and Buildings, 158, 1751-1761.
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2017 Daniel, L., Williamson, T., & Soebarto, V. (2017). Comfort-based performance assessment methodology for low energy residential buildings in Australia. Building and Environment, 111, 169-179.
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2015 Daniel, L., Williamson, T., Soebarto, V., & Chen, D. (2015). Learning from thermal mavericks in Australia: comfort studies in Melbourne and Darwin. Architectural Science Review, 58(1), 57-66.
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2015 Daniel, L., Soebarto, V., & Williamson, T. (2015). House energy rating schemes and low energy dwellings: the impact of occupant behaviours in Australia. Energy and Buildings, 88, 34-44.
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2014 Menadue, V., Soebarto, V., & Williamson, T. (2014). Perceived and actual thermal conditions: case studies of green-rated and conventional office buildings in the City of Adelaide. Architectural Science Review, 57(4), 303-319.
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2013 Williamson, T. (2013). Designing houses for the Australian climate: the early research. Architectural Science Review, 56(3), 197-207.
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2013 Freney, M., Soebarto, V., & Williamson, T. (2013). Earthship monitoring and thermal simulation. Architectural Science Review, 56(3), 208-219.
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2013 Menadue, V., Soebarto, V., & Williamson, T. (2013). The effect of internal environmental quality on occupant satisfaction in commercial office buildings. HVAC&R Research, 19(8), 1051-1062.
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2012 Grant, E., Hansen, A., & Williamson, T. (2012). Design issues for prisoner health: thermal conditions in Australian custodial environments. World Health Design: architecture, culture, techology, 5(3), 80-85.
2012 Turczynowicz, L., Pisaniello, D., & Williamson, T. (2012). Health risk assessment and vapor intrusion: a review and Australian perspective. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment, 18(5), 984-1013.
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2010 Williamson, T., Soebarto, V., & Radford, A. (2010). Comfort and energy use in five Australian award-winning houses: regulated, measured and perceived. Building Research and Information, 38(5), 509-529.
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2010 Williamson, T. (2010). Predicting building performance: The ethics of computer simulation. Building Research and Information, 38(4), 401-410.
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2008 Williamson, T., & Erell, E. (2008). The implications for building ventilation of the spatial and temporal variability of air temperature in the urban canopy layer. International Journal of Ventilation, 7(1), 23-35.
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2007 Erell, E., & Williamson, T. (2007). Intra-urban differences in canopy layer air temperature at a mid-latitude city. International Journal of Climatology, 27(9), 1243-1255.
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2006 Erell, E., & Williamson, T. (2006). Simulating air temperature in an urban street canyon in all weather conditions using measured data at a reference meteorological station. International Journal of Climatology, 26(12), 1671-1694.
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2006 Erell, E., & Williamson, T. (2006). Comments on the correct specification of the analytical CTTC model for predicting the urban canopy layer temperature. Energy and Buildings, 38(8), 1015-1021.
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2001 Soebarto, V., & Williamson, T. (2001). Multi-criteria assessment of building performance, theory and implementation. Building and Environment, 36(6), 681-690.
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1997 Elnahas, M., & Williamson, T. (1997). An Improvement of the CTTC Model for Predicting Urban Air Temperatures. Energy and Buildings, 25(1), 41-49.
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1993 Samuels, R., Ballinger, J., Coldicutt, S., & Williamson, T. (1993). Thermal zoning in solar efficient design: User experiences and designer preconceptions. Architectural Science Review, 36(4), 151-156.
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1992 Coldicutt, S., & Williamson, T. (1992). Concepts of solar energy use for climate control in buildings. Energy Policy, 20(9), 825-835.
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1991 Coldicutt, S., Williamson, T., & Penny, R. (1991). Attitudes and compromises affecting design for thermal performance of housing in Australia. Environment International, 17(4), 251-261.
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1991 Coldicutt, S., Williamson, T., & Penney, R. (1991). Thermal preference methodology information for designers. Architectural Science Review, 34(3), 85-94.
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1991 Williamson, T., Coldicutt, S., & Penny, R. (1991). Aspects of thermal preferences in housing in a hot humid climate, with particular reference to Darwin, Australia. International Journal of Biometeorology, 34(4), 251-258.
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1990 Coldicutt, S., & Williamson, T. (1990). Looking Down the Wrong End of the Telescope. Science Communication, 12(2), 124-140.
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1990 Williamson, T., & Coldicutt, S. (1990). Solar access in South Australia. Environmental and Planning Law Journal, 7(1), 30-35.
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1986 Coldicutt, S., & Williamson, T. (1986). A comparison of domestic evaporative and refrigerative cooling in South Australia. Architectural Science Review, 29(2), 41-49.
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1985 Williamson, T. (1985). Solar access. Environmental and Planning Law Journal, 2(2), 143-154.
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Books

Book Chapters

Conference Papers

Year Citation
2018 Williamson, T., & Daniel, L. (2018). Changing thermal comfort expectations: studies in Darwin, Australia. In 10th Windsor Conference: Rethinking Thermal Comfort Proceedings (pp. 70-88). Windsor.
2018 Daniel, L., Baker, E., & Williamson, T. (2018). Residential wintertime comfort in a temperate Australian climate. In 10th Windsor Conference: Rethinking Thermal Comfort Proceedings (pp. 883-893). Windsor.
2016 Bills, R., Soebarto, V., & Williamson, T. (2016). Thermal experiences of older people during hot conditions in Adelaide. In J. Zuo, L. Daniel, & V. Soebarto (Eds.), Revisiting the role of architectural science in design and practice : 50th International Conference of the Architectural Science Association, Proceedings (pp. 657-664). Adelaide: The Architectural Science Association and The University of Adelaide.
2016 Carre, A., Williamson, T., & Soebarto, V. (2016). Design and validation of a low cost indoor environment quality data logger. In J. Zuo, L. Daniel, & V. Soebarto (Eds.), Revisiting the role of architectural science in design and practice : 50th International Conference of the Architectural Science Association, Proceedings (pp. 547-556). Adelaide: The Architectural Science Association and The University of Adelaide.
2016 Daniel, L., Williamson, T., & Soebarto, V. (2016). Neutral, comfort or preferred: what is a relevant model for acceptable thermal environmental conditions for low energy dwellings in Australia?. In L. Brotas, S. Roaf, F. Nicol, & M. Humphreys (Eds.), Proceedings of the 9th International Windsor Conference 2016: Making Comfort Relevant (pp. 445-465). Windsor Great Park, UK: Network for Comfort and Energy Use in Buildings.
2015 Daniel, L. R., Williamson, T., Soebarto, V., & Chen, D. (2015). A model for the cooling effect of air movement. In R. H. Crawford, & A. Stephan (Eds.), Living and learning: research for a better built environment: 49th International Conference of the Architectural Science Association: proceedings (pp. 1077-1086). Melbourne: Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, The University of Melbourne.
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2014 Daniel, L., Williamson, T., Soebarto, V. I., & Chen, D. (2014). A study of thermal mavericks in Australia. In F. Nicol, S. Roaf, L. Brotas, & M. Humphreys (Eds.), Proceedings of 8th Windsor Conference: Counting the cost of comfort in a changing world (pp. 1201-1216). UK: NCEUB.
2014 Daniel, L., Carre, A., Williamson, T., & Chen, D. (2014). Development and application of air movement logger for thermal comfort research. In Indoor Air 2014 - 13th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate (pp. 887-894).
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2013 Menadue, V., Soebarto, V., & Williamson, T. (2013). Perceived and actual thermal conditions in green and conventional office buildings. In Proceedings of the 47th International Conference of the Architectural Science Association, ANZAScA (pp. 291-300). Hong Kong: ANZAScA.
2013 Jones, D., Williamson, T., Shannon, S., & Radford, A. (2013). Teaching sustainability ethics and practice: Exploring strategies for regional community resilience with design and planning students. In Australian and New Zealand Association of Planning Schools Conference 2013 (pp. 0 pages). Australia.
2013 Williamson, T. (2013). The simple characterisation of thermal mass in buildings. In Proceedings of the 47th International Conference of the Architectural Science Association, ANZAScA (pp. 315-324). Hong Kong: ANZAScA.
2013 Freney, M., Soebarto, V., & Williamson, T. (2013). Thermal comfort of global model Earthship in various European climates. In Proceedings of BS 2013: 13th Conference of the International Building Performance Simulation Association (pp. 1625-1632). Online: The International Building Performance Simulation Association.
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2013 Daniel, L., Soebarto, V., & Williamson, T. (2013). Assessing the simulation capability of the accurate engine in modelling massive construction elements. In E. Wurtz (Ed.), Proceedings of the 13th Conference of the International Building Performance Simulation Association (pp. 2708-2715). Online: International Building Performance Simulation Association Conference.
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2012 Williamson, T., Jones, D., Shannon, S., & Radford, A. (2012). As if the future matters: Teaching design for sustainable communities. In Proceedings of Sustainable Futures: Architecture and Urbanisation in the Global South (pp. 219-223). CD: Uganda Martyrs University.
2012 Daniel, L., Soebarto, V., & Williamson, T. (2012). Evaluating the suitability of the AccuRate engine for simulation of massive construction elements. In Proceedings of 46th Annual Conference of the Architectural Science Association, ANZAScA (pp. 1-8). CD: ANZAScA.
2012 Freney, M., Soebarto, V., & Williamson, T. (2012). Learning from 'Earthship' based on monitoring and thermal simulation. In Proceedings of 46th Annual Conference of the Architectural Science Association, ANZAScA (pp. 1-8). CD: ANZAScA.
2012 Menadue, V., Soebarto, V., & Williamson, T. (2012). Occupant satisfaction in Adelaide's commercial office buildings. In Proceedings of Healthy Buildings 2012, 10th International Conference Vol. 1 (pp. 1-6). online: QUT.
2012 Turczynowicz, L., Pisaniello, D., Williamson, T., & Robinson, N. (2012). Health risk assessment and vapour intrusion - Preliminary validation of dwelling characteristics for an Australian non-steady-state vapour intrusion model following surface soil application with xylene. In Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Healthy Buildings 2012 Vol. 1 (pp. 290-293). Brisbane, Australia: International Society of Indoor Air Quality and Climate.
2011 Williamson, T. (2011). Assessing the effectiveness for thermal mass in the building envelop. In Proceedings of Building Simulation 2011 (pp. 1655-1661). Australia: IBPSA.
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2011 Daniel, L., & Williamson, T. (2011). A study of the user behaviours in dwellings of earth construction. In Proceedings of the 45th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (pp. 1-8). Australia: University of Sydney.
2010 Daniel, L., & Williamson, T. (2010). Deemed-to-comply wall requirements in the 2010 building code of Australia. In Proceedings of 44th Annual Conference of the Architectural Science Association (pp. 1-8). Auckland: ANZAScA.
2009 Williamson, T., Erell, E., & Soebarto, V. (2009). Assessing the error from failure to account for urban microclimate in computer simulation of building energy performance. In Proceedings of the 11th International IBPSA Conference (pp. 497-504). UK: Building Simulation committee.
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2009 Williamson, T., & Pullen, S. (2009). Sunk embodied energy as a means of valuing the built environment. In Proceedings of ANZAScA 2009 (pp. 1-7). Australia: UTAS.
2009 Williamson, T., Orkina, N., & Bennetts, H. (2009). A comparison of accredited second generation NatHERS software tools. In Proceedings of ANZAScA 2009 (pp. 1-8). Australia: UTAS.
2008 Shari, Z., Soebarto, V., & Williamson, T. J. (2008). Proposed development of Malaysian sustainable building assessment framework. In Humanity + Technology: Proceedings 9th SENVAR + 2nd ISESEE 2008, FSPU, UiTM Shah Alam, 1-3 December 2008 (pp. 415-424). Malaysia: Pusat Penerbitan Universiti, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia.
2007 Erell, E., & Williamson, T. (2007). The spatial variability of air temperature in the urban canopy layer. In M. Santamouris (Ed.), Proceedings of the 2nd PALENC Conference and the 28th AIVC Conference (pp. 304-308). Greece: Heliotopos Conferences.
2007 Erell, E., Soebarto, V., & Williamson, T. (2007). Accounting for urban microclimate in computer simulation of building energy performance. In S. K. Wittkopf (Ed.), Proceedings of PLEA 2007 (pp. 210-215). Singapore: University of Singapore.
2007 Williamson, T., Plaves, Y., & Dunbar, R. (2007). An evaluation of the nationwide house energy rating scheme (NatHERS). In James Coulson (Ed.), Proceedings of ANZAScA 2007 (pp. 278-285). Australia: Deakin University.
2006 Andamon, M., Williamson, T., & Soebarto, V. (2006). Perceptions and Expectations of Thermal Comfort in the Philippines. In Proceedings of conference: Comfort and Energy Use in Buildings - Getting them Right (pp. 1-20). Adelaide, South Australia: The University of Adelaide SA, Australia.
2006 Radford, A., Soebarto, V., Williamson, T., & Bennetts, H. (2006). Judgement in the design of houses: explanations by architects for design decisions. In S. Shannon, V. Soebarto, & T. Williamson (Eds.), Proceedings of ANZAScA 2006 (pp. CDROM81-CDROM88). CDROM: University of Adelaide.
2006 Williamson, T., & Delsante, A. (2006). An investigation of the ventilation requirements to prevent deterioration of timber and mould growth beneath suspended floors. In S. Shannon, V. Soebarto, & T. Williamson (Eds.), Proceedings of ANZScA 2006 (pp. CDROM159-CDROM166). CDROM: University of Adelaide.
2006 Williamson, T., & Delsante, A. (2006). Investigation of a model for the ventilation of suspended floors. In S. Shannon, V. Soebarto, & T. Williamson (Eds.), Proceedings of ANZAScA 2006 (pp. CDROM143-CDROM150). CDROM: University of Adelaide.
2006 Williamson, T., Soebarto, V., Bennetts, H., & Radford, A. (2006). House/home energy rating schemes / systems (HERS). In Willi Weber (Ed.), Proceedings of PLEA 2006 (pp. CDROM1-CDROM6). CDROM: University of Geneva.
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2006 Soebarto, V., Williamson, T., Radford, A., & Bennetts, H. (2006). The performance of award winning houses. In Willi Weber (Ed.), Proceedings of PLEA 2006 (pp. CDROM1-CDROM6). CDROM: University of Geneva.
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2006 Williamson, T. (2006). Building simulation and sustainable architecture: A philosophical view. In V. Soebarto, & P. Marshallsay (Eds.), Proceedings of ABPSA Australasia 2006 (pp. CDROM59-CDROM65). CDROM: University of Adelaide.
2004 Erell, E., & Williamson, T. (2004). The CAT model: Predicting air temperature in city streets on the basis of measured reference data. In Z. Bromberek (Ed.), Proceedings of the 38th Annual Conference of the Architectural Science Association ANZAScA and the International Building Performance Simulation Association - Australasia Conference (pp. 210-215). Launceston, Tasmania: University of Tasmania.
2004 Soebarto, V., Williamson, T., Radford, A., & Bennetts, H. (2004). Perceived and prescribed environmental performance of award winning houses. In Z. Bromberek (Ed.), Proceedings of the 38th Annual Conference of the Architectual Science Association ANZAScA and the International Building Performance Simulation Association - Australasia Conference (pp. 242-248). University of Tasmania: University of Tasmania.
2004 Williamson, T. (2004). Thermal performance research in Australia: the formative period 1942-1972. In Z. Bromberek (Ed.), Proceedings of the 38th Annual Conference of the Architectural Science Association ANZAScA and the International Building Performance Simulation Association - Australasia Conference (pp. 363-370). University of Tasmania: University of Tasmania.
2003 Soebarto, V., & Williamson, T. (2003). A multi-criteria assessment tool to assess the environmental performance of house designs. In G. Waldo Bustamante, & B. Eugenio Collados (Eds.), Proceedings of the PLEA 2003 Conference (pp. www 1-www 7). www.plea2003.cl: Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile.
2003 Jones, D., & Williamson, T. (2003). As if the future matters: teaching sustainable design. In Design + Research: Project Based Research in Architecture, Association of Architecture Schools in Australasia (AASA) Conference, University of Melbourne, 28-30 September, 2003. Melbourne, Victoria: Association of Architecture Schools of Australasia.
2002 Radford, A., & Williamson, T. (2002). What is sustainable architecture?. In D. M. Luther, D. T. Dawson, J. Ham, M. Moore, D. J. Rollo, & D. G. Treloar (Eds.), Modern practice of architectural science: From pedaogy to andragogy? (pp. 427-434). Geelong, Victoria: Deakin University, School of Architecture and Building.
2002 Erell, E., & Williamson, T. (2002). Predicting air temperatures in the urban canopy layer from measured reference data. In Michel Gerber (Ed.), Design with the environment - Proceedings of the 19th International Conference (pp. 145-151). France: GRECO (Groupe de Recherche Environment Conception).
2001 Williamson, T., & Erell, E. (2001). Thermal performance simulation and the urban micro-climate: Measurements and prediction. In R. Lamberts, C. Negrao, & J. Hensen (Eds.), Proceedings of the Seventh International IBPSA Conference (pp. 159-166). HTTP://WWW.IBPSA.ORG: ORGANIZING COMMITTEE OF BUILDING SIMULATION '01.
2001 Williamson, T., O'Shea, S., & Menadue, V. (2001). NatHERS: Science and non-science. In W. Osterhaus, & J. McIntosh (Eds.), 35th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association (pp. CROM1-CDROM8). VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF WELLINGTON, WELLINGTON NZ: SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE PUBLICATIONS.
2000 Williamson, T. (2000). A critical review of home energy rating in Australia. In V. Soebarto, & T. Williamson (Eds.), ANZAScA 2000: Proceedings of the 34th conference of the Australia & New Zealand Architectural Science Association (pp. 101-110). Adelaide, Australia: School of Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Urban Design, Adelaide University & ANZAScA.
2000 Soebarto, V., & Williamson, T. (2000). Teaching architectural science and technology is teaching design. In G. Moore, & L. Trevillion (Eds.), Proceedings of 'Architecture + Education 2000' (pp. 73-80). Sydney, Australia: University of Sydney.

Report for External Bodies

Current Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)

Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name
2018 Co-Supervisor Investigation into Sustainable Facade Design for Increased Thermal Comfort in Modern Buildings Doctor of Philosophy under a Jointly-awarded Degree Agreement with Doctorate Full Time Miss Marina Aburas
2014 Co-Supervisor Thermal Comfort and Health in Aging Australians Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Mrs Rachel Desley Bills
2014 Principal Supervisor Development of A New Methodology for Occupant Thermal Comfort Assessment Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Mr Andrew Stephen Carre

Past Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)

Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name
2013 - 2017 Co-Supervisor Energy Independent Residential Development for Dhaka City, Bangladesh Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mrs Rehnuma Parveen
2012 - 2016 Principal Supervisor Thermal Mavericks in Australia: A Study of Occupant Preferences in Dwellings of Atypical Construction Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Dr Lyrian Rose Daniel
2012 - 2016 Co-Supervisor High-rise Residential Buildings in Dhaka, Bangladesh: Strategies for Socially and Environmentally Sustainable Practice Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mrs Tahmina Ahsan
2011 - 2014 Principal Supervisor Earthship Architecture: post occupancy evaluation, thermal performance and life cycle assessment Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Martin Freney
2011 - 2016 Co-Supervisor How primary schools really work: Architecture, use, and perspectives Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Ms Linda Pearce
2008 - 2011 Co-Supervisor Development of A Sustainability Assessment Framework for Malaysian Office Buildings Using A Mixed- Methods Approach Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Zalina Shari
2008 - 2014 Co-Supervisor Green Commercial Office Buildings: Environmental Performance and User Perceptions Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Vanessa Menadue
2007 - 2017 Co-Supervisor Spatio-Temporal Indoor Human Exposures in Homes Affected by Chemical-Contaminated Soil and Groundwater Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Leonid Turczynowicz
2003 - 2005 Principal Supervisor Building Climatology and Thermal Comfort Thermal Environments and Occupant (Comfort) Responses in Philippine Office Buildings Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Mary Andamon
2003 - 2008 Principal Supervisor Towards Safer and Congruent Prison Environments for Male Aboriginal Prisoners Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Dr Elizabeth Grant
2001 - 2005 Principal Supervisor PREDICTING AIR TEMPERATURES IN CITY STREETS ON THE BASIS OF MEASURED REFERENCE DATA Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Mr Evyatar Erell
2000 - 2004 Principal Supervisor Dimensions of sustainability: Case study of new housing in Adelaide and Hanoi Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Viet Nguyen
1999 - 2008 Principal Supervisor The Spatial Representation of Embodied Energy of Residential Areas in the Urban Environment Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Mr Stephen Frederick Pullen

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