Joseph Andrew Clarke, HonFSE, CEnv, FEI, FIBPSA

Professor

Personal Statement

My main focus is the role that energy systems simulation can play in helping to reduce energy demand, accelerate the take-up of renewable energy technologies, mitigate environmental impacts and improve human well-being. A major aspect of my work involves the development and dissemination of software tools for energy systems simulation, and support for the application of these tools in design, research, teaching and policy-making contexts. I am the progenitor of the ESP-r building simulation program, which is deployed worldwide, and founder member and past President of the International Building Performance Simulation Association, which promotes the technology worldwide.

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Publications

(121)
  1. The role of simulation in support of internet-based energy services

    Research output: Research - peer-reviewArticle

  2. Energy Simulation in Building Design

    Research output: ResearchBook

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Projects

(33)
  1. KTP - arbnco

    Project: Research

  2. BRE Framework Collaboration / S130160-104

    Project: Research - Internally AllocatedResearch (Internally Allocated)

  3. BRE Framework Collaboration / S130160-105

    Project: Research - Internally AllocatedResearch (Internally Allocated)

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Impact

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  1. Building performance simulation with computational modelling software enables practitioners to realise a low carbon built environment.

    Impact: Impact - for External PortalEnvironment and sustainability - natural world and built environment, Professional practice, training and standards

  2. Economic benefits from spin out company, Nautricity Ltd, and adoption of new technology to extract energy from tidal flows.

    Impact: Impact - for External PortalEconomic and commerce, Environment and sustainability - natural world and built environment

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