Increasing sustainability by optimizing energy use and indoor environmental quality
Building Performance (BP) is a research group of the Building Physics and Services (BPS) unit at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). The group’s aim is to contribute to achieving a sustainable, energy-positive built environment with indoor environmental quality optimized for health, comfort and/or productivity.
This requires a multi-scale / multi-physics and trans-disciplinary approach that addresses technological solutions for energy generation, storage, distribution and demand reduction, and integrates and optimizes these in design, construction and operation of new and existing buildings. A performance-based perspective is at the center of these activities, providing opportunities for informed decision-making in the development of designs, products and services that foster the sustainability transition.
Our most recent peer reviewed publications
Computational performance analysis of overheating mitigation measures in parked vehiclesApplied Energy (2018)
Current trends and future challenges in the performance assessment of adaptive façade systemsEnergy and Buildings (2018)
An unsupervised method for identifying local PV shading based on AC power and regional irradiance dataSolar Energy (2018)
Ambiguities regarding the relationship between office lighting and subjective alertnessBuilding and Environment (2018)
Occupant response to transitions across indoor thermal environments in two different workspacesBuilding and Environment (2018)