Mr Wei Shi


NameMr Wei Shi
Email addressu1034799@uel.ac.uk
Research instituteArchitecture, Computing & Engineering

Research outputs

The Importance of Occupancy and Energy Use Patterns on Predicting Building Energy Performance: a case study of a residential building in London

Zahiri, Sahar, Elsharkawy, H. and Shi, W. 2018. The Importance of Occupancy and Energy Use Patterns on Predicting Building Energy Performance: a case study of a residential building in London. BSO 2018: 4th Building Simulation and Optimization Conference. Cambridge, UK 11 - 12 Sep 2018 IBPSA: Internationl Building Performance Simulation Association. pp. 665-671

An Investigation into Energy Consumption Behaviour and Lifestyles in UK Social Housing: Reducing Operational Energy Post Retrofit

Shi, W. 2018. An Investigation into Energy Consumption Behaviour and Lifestyles in UK Social Housing: Reducing Operational Energy Post Retrofit. PhD Thesis University of East London School of Architecture, Computing and Engineering https://doi.org/10.15123/uel.86x81

Energy Saving of the Domestic Housing Stocks: Application Development as a Plug-In for Energy Simulation Software

Shi, W., Abdalla, H., Elsharkawy, Heba and Chandler, A. 2017. Energy Saving of the Domestic Housing Stocks: Application Development as a Plug-In for Energy Simulation Software. International Journal of Parallel, Emergent and Distributed Systems. 32 (Sup 1), pp. S114-S132. https://doi.org/10.1080/17445760.2017.1390104

An investigation into energy consumption behaviour and lifestyles in UK homes: Developing a smart application as a tool for reducing home energy use

Shi, W., Elsharkawy, H. and Abdalla, H. 2017. An investigation into energy consumption behaviour and lifestyles in UK homes: Developing a smart application as a tool for reducing home energy use. PLEA 2017: 33rd International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture. Edinburgh, UK 03 - 05 Jul 2017 NCEUB.
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