Prof Deng Shiming and Dr Chan Ming-yin
- Modeling and control for direct expansion (DX) air conditioning and refrigeration systems with an emphasis on the simultaneous control of indoor air temperature and humidity;
- Thermal environmental control for sleeping environments;
- Novel defrosting strategies for air source heat pumps (ASHPs).
Prof. Mak Cheuk Ming and Prof. Niu Jianlei
- Development of design methodologies for the improvement of wind and thermal comfort in the urban environment—(RGC CRF group research project); Research students: Du Yaxing, Huang Taiyang, Xie Yongxin Sherry, Li Jianong
- Interunit pollutant dispersion in buildings; Research student: Dai Yuwei
- Envelope design to improve ventilation performance of residential buildings in dense urban environments.
Prof. Mak Cheuk Ming
- Prediction of flow-generated noise from multiple in-duct elements in a ventilation system;
- Noise control in a duct based on a Helmholtz resonator array; Research student: Cai Chenzhi
- Methods for assessing the performance of vibration isolators of building services equipment; Research student: Wang Zhen
- Effect of Speech Intelligibility in Classroom Acoustical Environment; Research student: Yang Da
- Development of active noise control algorithms and application to buildings using distributed acoustic network. Research staff: Chu Yijing
Dr. Wei Minchen Tommy and Prof. Mak Cheuk Ming
- IEQ through Daylighting and Smart LED Lighting.
Dr. Wei Minchen Tommy
- Human Perception under Different Light Stimuli.
Dr. Cha Seung Hyun
- Development of an Agent-Based Space-Use Prediction Simulation System Research staff: Jeonghwan Kim
- User Preference-based Space-use Probability Generation Research staff: Shanying Shih
- Interdisciplinary and collaborative learning through a BIM-based immersive virtual environment in Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) education Research staff: Jeongmin Park
Prof. Tang Shiu Keung
- Natural Ventilation-enabling Noise Control Devices.
Prof. Chau Chi Kwan
- On the study of effects of different configurations of neighborhood sceneries on sound perceptions.