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Shady Attia is an Assistant Professor of Sustainable Architecture & Building Technology at the Faculty of Applied Sciences of Liège University in Belgium. He is heading the Sustainable Buildings Design Laboratory that he launched in 2014. He is specialized in architectural design decision support, using building performance simulation and monitoring techniques for facades performance assessments.
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His research focuses on building performance in the architectural context in general, and the use and optimization for decision-support of sustainable buildings in particular. Specific topics he has been working on include: design tools in the early stages of the design process; high performance buildings (Passive House and Zero Energy Buildings); parametric analysis and performance optimization of green buildings, life cycle assessment (embodied energy) and regenerative design; bioclimatic architecture and buildings performance in hot climates; energy efficiency, thermal comfort, indoor environmental quality, energy simulation, rating systems, performance auditing and liability.
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New Paper: Current Trends and Future Challenges in the Performance Assessment of Adaptive Façade Systems

During the last decades, a great number of innovative building envelope materials and façade components have been developed. The majority of these technologies promise significant improvements in energy efficiency and occupant's comfort, with products that are easily available in the market. However, it remains a challenge to assess the performance of such facades, leading to difficulties for efficient design, operation, and maintenance. As a consequence, the market adoption of…


Posted on October 8, 2018 at 9:00

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