Giorgos Petrou

Giorgos Petrou

Doctoral Researcher (MPhil/PhD)

Giorgos Petrou

Doctoral Researcher (MPhil/PhD)
UCL Energy Institute
giorgos.petrou.16@ucl.ac.uk

 

I am a Research Fellow in Building Physics and Urban Modelling at the UCL Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering. My work contributes to the Health Protection Research Unit (HPRU) on Environmental Change and Health, funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), and focuses on ventilation and indoor air quality in the residential sector.

Over the last few years, I have developed a keen research interest in aspects regarding the monitoring and modelling of the indoor environment. My modelling experience includes data-driven statistical methods, dynamic thermal simulation models and the integration of the two for the purposes of forward and inverse uncertainty propagation.

I hold a Physics BSc degree from the University of Warwick, an MRes in Energy Demand Studies from UCL, and I am near completion of a PhD in the Bayesian of archetype-based models of indoor temperature. For an up-to-date summary of my research, teaching and publications please visit this website.

Projects

LoLo CDT Presence at BSO 2018, Cambridge

LoLo CDT Presence at BSO 2018, Cambridge

LoLo students presenting at the Building Simulation and Optimisation Conference in Cambridge

LoLo students presenting at the Building Simulation and Optimisation Conference in Cambridge

W8UP9 – Development of a Bayesian calibration framework for archetype-based building stock models of indoor temperature

UCL LoLo CDT  Student Giorgos Petrou presented  at the 38th AIVC Conference in Nottingham

UCL LoLo CDT Student Giorgos Petrou presented at the 38th AIVC Conference in Nottingham

W8UP4 Inter-model comparison of indoor overheating risk prediction for English dwellings

Students