I.I. (Isabella) Gaetani dell'Aquila d'Aragona MSc - Expertise

Gaetani dell'Aquila d'Aragona, I.I.  MSc
Address :
Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
P.O. Box 513
5600 MB EINDHOVEN
Department :
Department of the Built Environment
Section :
Building Physics and Services
Positioncategory :
doctoral candidate (PhD) (PhD Stud.)
Position :
doctoral candidate
Room :
VRT 6.16
Tel :
+31 40-247 2577
Tel (internal) :
2577
Email :
I.I.Gaetani@tue.nl

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Expertise

  • Energy Engineering
  • Thermodynamics
  • Energy in the built environment
  • Building performance simulation
  • Indoor environment
  • Occupant behavior
  • Building physics

Biography

Biography

Isabella holds a MSc of Energy Engineering (2013) from Politecnico di Milano, Italy. Currently she is a doctoral researcher under the supervision of Prof. Jan Hensen and Dr. Pieter-Jan Hoes. Her research focuses on the appropriate modeling of occupant behavior to achieve more realistic predictions of the energy and comfort performance of buildings. She uses modeling and simulation to determine the fit-for-purpose degree of complexity of occupant behavior modeling (from schedules to stochastic and agent-based models) for specific cases.

She aims at developing a strategy that would enable simulation users to better understand the influence of uncertainties in building performance simulations, thus leading to improvements in the final energy performance and overall indoor environment of buildings.

Biography

 

Isabella holds a MSc of Energy Engineering (2013) from Politecnico di Milano, Italy. Currently she is a doctoral researcher under the supervision of Prof. Jan Hensen and Dr. Pieter-Jan Hoes. Her research focuses on the appropriate modeling of occupant behavior to achieve more realistic predictions of the energy and comfort performance of buildings. She uses modeling and simulation to determine the fit-for-purpose degree of complexity of occupant behavior modeling (from schedules to stochastic and agent-based models) for specific cases.

She aims at developing a strategy that would enable simulation users to better understand the influence of uncertainties in building performance simulations, thus leading to improvements in the final energy performance and overall indoor environment of buildings.

 

Biography

Isabella holds a MSc of Energy Engineering (2013) from Politecnico di Milano, Italy. Currently she is a doctoral researcher under the supervision of Prof. Jan Hensen and Dr. Pieter-Jan Hoes. Her research focuses on the appropriate modeling of occupant behavior to achieve more realistic predictions of the energy and comfort performance of buildings. She uses modeling and simulation to determine the fit-for-purpose degree of complexity of occupant behavior modeling (from schedules to stochastic and agent-based models) for specific cases.

She aims at developing a strategy that would enable simulation users to better understand the influence of uncertainties in building performance simulations, thus leading to improvements in the final energy performance and overall indoor environment of buildings.

 

Isabella holds a MSc of Energy Engineering (2013) from Politecnico di Milano, Italy. Currently she is a doctoral researcher under the supervision of Prof. Jan Hensen and Dr. Pieter-Jan Hoes. Her research focuses on the appropriate modeling of occupant behavior to achieve more realistic predictions of the energy and comfort performance of buildings. She uses modeling and simulation to determine the fit-for-purpose degree of complexity of occupant behavior modeling (from schedules to stochastic and agent-based models) for specific cases.

She aims at developing a strategy that would enable simulation users to better understand the influence of uncertainties in building performance simulations, thus leading to improvements in the final energy performance and overall indoor environment of buildings.