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Salvatore Carlucci

Salvatore Carlucci

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Professor s.carlucci@cyi.ac.cy +357 22 208 664


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  • -  Professor
  • -  Leader of the Sustainable Built Environment Group
  • -  Director of the Environmental Sensing Laboratory

Short Bio

Dr. Salvatore Carlucci is a tenured Full Professor at the Energy, Environment, and Water Research Center of The Cyprus Institute. He is the Head of the Sustainable Built Environment Group and Director of the Environmental Sensing Laboratory. He received M.Sc. (2006) and Ph.D. (2012) degrees with honours from Politecnico di Milano in Italy.

Currently, he is subtask leader of IEA-EBC Annex 79 on “Occupant-centric building design and operation” and is a fellow of the International Building Performance Simulation Association.

He is an associate editor for the peer-reviewed scientific journal “Frontiers in Built Environment” and a member of the editorial board of the peer-reviewed scientific journals, Springer-Nature’s Energy Efficiency, MDPI’s Energies, and AIMS Environmental Science. Dr. Carlucci is serving as an expert evaluator for several research foundations and international universities, and a reviewer for numerous international journals.

He has contributed as a partner to several projects funded by the European Commission belonging to the Intelligent Energy Europe program, the Seventh framework program, and the Horizon 2020 program, and to four Annexes (52, 66, 69, 79) approved by the International Energy Agency (IEA).

Dr. Carlucci has published more than 70 scientific papers and contributed to seven books on occupant-centric building design and operation, indoor environmental quality (thermal, visual and acoustic comfort, and indoor air quality), sustainable, smart and low-energy buildings, building performance simulation and optimization, and building physics.

Research Interests

Indoor Environmental Quality; Occupant behavior; Building physics; Building performance simulation and optimization; Adaptive and responsive building components; Smart buildings; Zero energy/emission neighborhoods.


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