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29/09/2021 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM AEST
In this webinar, Associate Professor Lan Ding from the University of New South Wales will introduce case studies on cooling intervention options for both public and private realms. These options include: street trees, pavements, building roofs, façade materials, etc.. Associate Professor Lan Ding will present an impact analysis of these cooling interventions under the current and future climate conditions to inform design considerations and planning controls. The Urban Heat Island (UHI) Mitigation Performance Index and UHI Mitigation Decision-Support Tool, developed by the University of New South Wales and CRC for Low Carbon Living, will also be covered within the presentation.
Associate Professor Lan Ding
University of New South Wales
Associate Professor Lan Ding is the Convenor of High-Performance Architecture Research Cluster at the UNSW Built Environment, and a member of STANDARDS Australia Committee (IT-268) and ISO Committee ((ISO/TC 268/TG 1). Lan has more than 20 years’ research experience in sustainable building design, regulation, energy efficiency, sustainable urban development, intelligent building systems, smart cites and communities, urban heat mitigation and adaptation, building information modelling (BIM), building life cycle assessment, as well as the application of artificial intelligence (AI) to built and urban environments. Lan has led over 18 large research projects in Australia and secured research over $6 million in funding.
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