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Research Interests

Major research interests 

1. Building performance monitoring and modeling (energy, thermal comfort and hygrothermal environment)

2. Application of building physics in heritage building conservation

3. Low-energy building design

4. Heat island effect and zoning ordinance

Personal profile

Sung-Hugh Hong is an assistant professor in building physics at The University of Nottingham Ningbo China. During the last 15 years, his research focused in building energy performance, thermal comfort and hygrothermal environment. He has provided research based consulting services for clients such as the English Heritage, Energy Saving Trust, The National Archives and the Korean Olympic Committee.

With degrees and work experience in both architecture and building science, he has taught architectural design as well as building science at Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University from 2013 to 2016. These dual qualifications enabled him to turn around the least popular building physics modules in the architectural department into the two most popular in 2015.

Expertise Summary

Monitoring and modelling building indoor environment and energy performance.

Teaching

1. 2017-present: The University of Nottingham Ningbo China

2. 2013-2016: Xi’an-Jiaotong Liverpool University

Module leader in Introduction to Environmental Science (undergraduate year 2)

Module leader in Environmental Design and Sustainability (undergraduate year 3)

Module tutor in Architectural Design (undergraduate year 2 and masters)

3. 2005-2010: University College London

Tutor in Environmental Design and Engineering (masters taught module)

Supervision of 3 masters dissertation in building science

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