Professor Pieter De Wilde
Professor in Building Performance Analysis
School of Art, Design and Architecture (Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Business)
- Building science
- Building performance simulation
- Building operational conditions
- High performance buildings
- Building physics
- Building performance analysis
- Architectural engineering
- Architectural decision-making
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Professor of Building Performance Analysis
Research Lead for the Built Environment
Programme Manager of the MSc in High Performance Buildings
Author of the book Building Performance Analysis, published by Wiley in 2018
Scholarly website at www.bldg-perf.org
PhD, Delft University of Technology, Faculty ofArchitecture, Building Physics Group, Delft, the Netherlands (2004)
MSc (‘Ingenieur’), Delft University of Technology,Faculty of Architecture, Building Technology, Delft, the Netherlands (1995).
BSc (‘Propedeutisch examen’), Delft University ofTechnology, Faculty of Architecture (1991)
Pre-university degree, Stedelijk Gymnasium,Nijmegen, the Netherlands (1988)
Chartered Engineer registered with the EngineeringCouncil (www.engc.org.uk).
Fellow of IBPSA, the International Building Performance Simulation Association (www.ibpsa.org).
Fellow of CIBSE, the Chartered Institution forBuilding Services Engineers (www.cibse.org).
Member of ASHRAE, the American Society for Heating,Refrigerating and Air-conditioning Engineers (www.ashrae.org).
Member of EG-ICE, the European Group forIntelligent Computing in Engineering (www.eg-ice.org).
Member of the Verein Deutscher Ingenieure (www.vdi.de).
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (www.heacademy.ac.uk).
Roles on external bodies
Secretary of the Executive Committee of the IBPSA-WorldBoard of Directors (2015-present)
Board member and Immediate Past Chair of IBPSA-England (2006-present)
Chair of EG-ICE (2016-present)
Member of the EPSRC Associate Peer Review College (2016-present)
Board Member of Tamar Energy Community Ltd (2015-present)
Building performance simulation and analysis
Building science (also know as building physics)
Building services /HVAC systems
High performance buildings
High Performance Buildings (HPB708; Semester 1; 20credits)
Emerging Construction Technology (HPB702; Semester1; 20 credits)
Advanced Building Performance Simulation (HPB704;Semester 2; 20 credits)
Performance Finance and Investment (HPB705;Semester 2; 20 credits)
High Performance Buildings Research Project (HPB707; all year; 60 credits)
Research methods in the Built Environment (BLDG601;Semester 1; 20 credits)
Dissertation Project (BLDG602; Semester 2; 20credits)
High Performance Buildings Elective (ARCH753;Semester 1; 30 credits)
Staff serving as external examiners
External Examiner PGR Taught Programme ‘Environmental Design of Buildings’, Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff University
Building performance analysis
Building science (building physics) with a focus on thermal/energy aspects
Building performance simulation
Building operational conditions and control,including occupant behaviour and climate change
Architectural design and decision-making processes
High performance buildings (HPB)
Building services and energy saving building components
Research degrees awarded to supervised students
Garmston, H., 2016. PhD.Decision-making in the selection of retrofit façades for non-domesticbuildings. University of Plymouth, School of Arts, Design and Architecture(Director of Studies)
Fox, M, 2015. PhD. Thermographyfor thermal building assessment and improvement. University of Plymouth, School of Architecture, Designand Environment (Director of Studies)
Heffernan,E., 2015. PhD. Delivering zero carbonhomes and sustainable communities: the potential of group self-build housing inEngland. University of Plymouth, School ofArchitecture, Design and Environment (Director of Studies)
Beltrami, A. PhD. TRNSYS integrated modeling support tool fora fast building-plant system design. University of Bergamo, School ofEngineering, Italy, co-supervisor
Carfrae, J., 2011. PhD.The moisture performance of straw baleconstruction in a temperate maritime climate. University of Plymouth, Schoolof Architecture, Design and Environment. University of Plymouth, School ofArchitecure, Design and Environment (Director of Studies).
Pilkington, B., 2008. PhD.In-Situ Measurements of BuildingMaterials Using a Thermal Probe. University of Plymouth, School ofEngineering (Second Supervisor).
Struck, C., 2012. PhD. Building performance simulation (BPS) forconceptual building design . Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Facultyof Architecture (‘Co-promotor’)
Sun, Y., 2014. PhD. Closing the energy performance gap betweendesign prediction and operation of campus buildings. Georgia Institute of Technology, College of Architecture; thirdsupervisor
Sanguinetti, P. 2012. PhD.Integrated performance framework to guidefacade retrofit. Georgia Institute of Technology, College of Architecture;third supervisor
Morgan, P., 2015. MSc. Skills, knowledge and understanding fordelivery of Zero Carbon Homes. University of Plymouth, School ofArchitecture, Design and Environment
Frempong-Mensah , B., 2011. MSc. Thepractical implementation of BIM: A structural engineering perspective. University of Plymouth, School of Marine Science andEngineering.
Roe, H., 2008. MSc. The code for Sustainable Homes – Costing theenergy credit. University of Plymouth,School of Engineering.
Zhang, G., 2008. MSc. An evaluation of optimal thermal storagealternatives in domestic buildings in the UK. University of Plymouth, School of Engineering.
Sawyer, L., 2007. MSc. Energy performance & occupancysatisfaction at Land Registry Information Systems and Turnbridge Wells offices. University of Plymouth, School of Engineering.
Wolring,Y, 1999. MSc (Ir). Onderzoek naar de energetische kwaliteit van gebouwen meteen glasoverkapte ruimte in relatie tot het gebouwontwerp. Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Architecture,Building Physics Group (‘Dagelijks Begeleider’).
Grants & contracts
EPSRC TransformingEnergy Demand in Buildings through Digital Innovation (BuildTEDDI) Scheme,Project Reference EP/K002465/1. eViz -Energy Visualisation for Carbon Reduction. Project value: £ 1,498,858.-(grant); total FEC £ 1,873,572.-. In-kind contributions by industrialparticiants: £ 30,000.-. Start per September 2012, for 3 years (Joint PI withDr Sabine Pahl of the School of Psychology, Plymouth)
EPSRC First GrantScheme, Project Reference EP/000344/1. Managementof thermal performance risks in buildings subject to climate change. Projectvalue: £ 159,688.- (grant); total FEC £199,610.-. January 2009-January 2011 (PI)
EPSRC Materials KTN(Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council Materials KnowledgeTransfer Network); Industrial CASE Award with Cornish Lime Ltd, Bodmin, Cornwall,UK. Development of a lime render basedinternal insulant for the energy efficient renovation of UK homes. Projectvalue: £ 63,789.- (grant) plus £ 21,263.- (SME input). Start January 2009, for3.5 years (PI)
Royal Academy ofEngineering / The Leverhulme Trust, Project Reference Number 10226/48. Simulated and measured building performance:bridging the gap. Senior Fellowship. Fellowship funding: £30,182.-; totalvalue FEC £ 108,971.-. Start September 2012, for 12 months (PI)
EU ESF-CUC (EuropeanSocial Fund – Combined Universities of Cornwall) Studentship, with PenwithHousing Association, RTP Surveyors and the Cornwall Development Company and theUniversity of Exeter; Project Reference 11200NC05/CUC/Phase2. Thermography for thermal building assessmentand improvement. Project value: £ 75,000.-. Start January 2012, for 36months (PI)
Knowledge Transfer Partnership(KTP), with C3Resources, Plymouth, Devon, UK, Project Reference KTP007833
Intelligent software for the analysis of building energyusage data. Project value: £ 60,216.-(grant) plus £ 29,659.- (SME input); total fEC £ 89,874.-. February 2010 –April 2012 (PI)
Short KnowledgeTransfer Parnership, Project Reference KTP1000730. Renewable Product Design (LoftGenie).
Project value: £30.181,- (grant) plus £ 20.120,- (SME input); total FEC £ 50.301,-. Awarded 27April 2012. Start July 2012, for 48 weeks (PI)
Great Western Research(project taken over from Dr Steve Goodhew per 1 April 2008). An investigation into the moistureperformance of non-food-crop construction materials. Project value: £ 27,600.-(GRW grant) plus £ 13,750.- (Contribution by National Non-Food Crop Centre andthe Ecological Building Society). January 2007 – December 2010 (PI)
CIOB Bowen JenkinsLegacy Research Fund 2016. Augmentedvernacular: embedding digital practices into traditional cob constructiontechniques. Project value £7,000.-. January 2017 – December 2017. Projectin collaboration with Alejandro Veliz Reyes of Plymouth University (Co-I).
EU Horizon 2020Programme, Call H2020-EE-2014-2-RIA. EnerGAware:Energy Game for Awareness of energy efficiency in social housing communities.Project value £1,534,360 (€ 1.963.225) of which £300,116 (€ 384.000) forPlymouth. February 2015 - January 2018. Project in collaboration with UPC, FremenCorp,ISEP. Advantic, Devon and Cornwall Housing Association, EDF, and Alba Fuertes,Rory Jones and Sabine Pahl at Plymouth (Co-I).
Department of Energyand Climate Change, Trail Design. Reference No: 546/12/2012. Expert advice on the design of ahypothetical randomised control trial on smarter heating controls. Projectvalue £11,940.- (total). Awarded 12 September 2013. Project in collaborationwith Natcen, BSRIA and Energy Saving Trust, and Rory Jones at Plymouth (Co-I)
Department of Energyand Climate Change, Through Eden Project (subcontract): Cornwall TogetherProject. Thermal imaging and energy usein domestic buildings. Subcontract project value £65,000.-. Project incollaboration with Steve Goodhew and Sabine Pahl at Plymouth (Co-I)
Projects for clientslike Sovereign Housing Association, Eden Project, Pilkington Glass, Velux S.A.,SenterNovem, and the US Department of Energy:
Hot box measurement on25 Pilkington glazing samples according to ISO 12567-1:2000; 2005 (Co-I)
Baseline calculation withEnergyPlus as validation for a Velux model; 2004 (Co-I)
Dynamische ZonnegevelZonWEL; 2002-2005 (Co-I)
Passief Koelen met LTSystemen;2003 (Co-I)
Design AnalysisInterface (DAI) Initiative; 2001-2002 (RA)
Total (combined) valueof projects: £ 847,000.-
Scholarship fromScience without Borders (Ciência sem Fronteiras), Ministry of Science,Technology and Innovation of Brazil, awarded to João Paulo Ulrich de Alencastro,2015-2018. Project value £76,006.-
Scholarship forSplit-site PhD from Programa de Doutorado Sanduíche no Exterior (PDSE), Brazil,awarded to Tatiana Paula Alves, 2015-2016. Project value £20,000.-
PhD-Studentship byPlymouth University, Faculty of Arts, awarded to Helen Garmston, 2011-2015.Project value £60,000.-.
Internal grants obtained
Teaching buy-out tocomplete book writing project, funded by University of Plymouth through R1funding scheme. Total value £ 1650,-
Travel grants to attendconferences and symposia, funded by University of Plymouth through R1 fundingscheme. Total value in the order of £ 30.000,-
Travel grants to attendconferences and symposia, funded by Delft University of Technology, Energyresearch Centre of the Netherlands, TNO Building and Construction Research andthe University of Plymouth. Total combined value in the order of £ 20.000,-
Software purchase fundsfrom Delft University of Technology and University of Plymouth. Total combinedvalue in the order of £ 5.000,-
Administrative supportfor Environmental Building Research; combined value £11.780,-
BOOKS, CHAPTERS, EDITORSHIPS
1. de Wilde,P., 2018. Building Performance Analysis. Wiley Blackwell. ISBN: 9781119341925
2. de Wilde, P., 2004. ComputationalSupport for the Selection of Energy Saving Building Components. PhD-thesis. DelftUniversity of Technology, Faculty of Architecture, Building Physics Group,Delft, the Netherlands. Delft: Delft University Press. ISBN90-407-2476-8
3. de Wilde,P. and G. Augenbroe, 2009. Energy modelling. In: D. Mumovic and M. Santamouris (eds),A Handbook of Sustainable Building Designand Engineering. London: Earthscan (James & James Publishers), 51-61. ISBN978-1-84407-596-6
4. Heffernan, E. and deWilde, P., 2017. Something wonderful in my back yard: the social impetusfor group self-building. In: M.Benson and I. Hamiduddin (eds), Self-buildhomes: Social Discourse, Experiences and Directions. London: UCL Press,174-191. ISBN-978-1-911576-89-1
5. Suter, G., P. deWilde and Y. Rafiq (guest eds), 2014.Advanced computational assistance for planning, designing, constructing,and managing the built environment. SpecialIssue Section of Advanced Engineering Informatics, 28.
6. deWilde, P. and D. Coley (guest eds),2012. The Implications of a Changing Climate for Buildings. Special Issue of Buildingand Environment, 55.
7. Ślusarczyk,G., B. Strug and P.de Wilde (eds),2016. Proceedings of Intelligent Computing in Engineering 2016 Conference,Kraków, Poland, June 28 - July 1 2014. Kraków:Jagiellonian University (USB)
8. Li, H., Y. Rafiq and P.de Wilde (eds), 2014. Proceedingsof Intelligent Computing in Engineering 2014 Conference, Cardiff, UK, July 16-18 2014 Cardiff: Cardiff University (USB)
9. McCullen, N., S. Natarajan, D. Coley and P. de Wilde (eds), 2013. Proceedings of FutureBuild 2013, Bath,United Kingdom, September 4-6 2013 (USB)
10. Suter,G., P.de Wilde and Y. Rafiq (eds), 2013. Proceedings of IntelligentComputing in Engineering 2013 Conference, Vienna,Austria, July 1-3 2013 (USB)
11. Borrmann,A., P. Geyer, P.de Wilde and Y. Rafiq (eds), 2012. Proceedings ofIntelligent Computing in Engineering 2012 Conference, Herrsching, Germany,July 4-6 2012. Munich: Technische Universität München (USB) ISBN978-3-00-038455-4
12. Hartmann,T., P.de Wilde and Y. Rafiq (eds),2011. Proceedings of Intelligent Computing in Engineering 2011 Conference,Enschede, the Netherlands, July 6-8 2011. Enschede: University of Twente (USB) ISBN978-90-365-3216-7
13. Rafiq, Y., P.de Wilde and M. Borthwick (eds), 2008.Proceedings of Intelligent Computing in Engineering 2008 Conference,Plymouth, UK, July 2-4 2008. Plymouth: University of Plymouth (CD-ROM) ISBN978-1-84102-191-1
14. de Wilde, P. (ed), 2007. Proceedings of Building Simulation in theSouthWest, IBPSA-England Symposium, Plymouth, United Kingdom, November 16 2007.Plymouth: University of Plymouth (CD-ROM)
15. van derVoorden, M., L. Itard and P. de Wilde(eds), 2005. Proceedings of the IBPSA-NVL Conference, Delft, the Netherlands, October 20 2005.Delft: TU Delft (CD-ROM)
16. Alves, T., L. Machado, R.Gonçalves de Souza and P. de Wilde, 2018. Assessing the energy savingpotential of an existing high-rise office building stock. Energy and Buildings,173, 547-561
17. de Wilde, P., 2018. Intelligentcomputing for building performance analysis. In: I. Smith and B. Domer (eds), Lecture Notes in Computer Science: Advanced Computing Strategies forEngineering. Cham: Springer, 457- 471. ISBN 978-3-319-91634-7
18. Boonstra, S., K. Van der Blom, H. Hofmeyer, T.Emmerich, J. van Schijndel and P. deWilde, 2018. A multi-disciplinary toolbox for building spatial designoptimisation in the development of super structured and super structure freeoptimisation methods. AdvancedEngineering Informatics, 36, 86-100
19. Tian, W., Y. Heo, P.de Wilde, Z. Li, D. Yan, C. Park, X. Feng, and G. Augenbroe, 2018. A reviewof uncertainty analysis in building energy assessment. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 93, 285-301
20. Ahn, K., D. Kim, C. Park and P.de Wilde, 2017. Predictability of occupants’ presence and performancegap in building energy simulation. AppliedEnergy, 208, 1639-1652
21. Al-Hafith, O., S. Basavapatna Kumaraswamy, S. Bradburyand P. de Wilde, 2017. Simulation ofcourtyard spaces in a desert climate. EnergyProcedia Engineering, 142, 1997-2002
22. Al-Hafith, O., S. Basavapatna Kumaraswamy, S. Bradburyand P. de Wilde, 2017. The impact ofcourt parameters on its shading level : an experimental study in Baghdad, Iraq.Procedia Engineering, 134, 99-109
23. Alencastro, J., A. Fuertes and P. de Wilde, 2017. The relationship between quality defects and theenergy performance of buildings. Renewableand Sustainable Energy Reviews, 81 (1), 883-894
24. Alves, T., L. Machado, R.Gonçalves de Souza and P. de Wilde,2017. A methodology for estimating office building energy use baselines bymeans of land use legislation and reference buildings. Energy and Buildings, 143, 100-113
25. Pan, S., X. Wang, S. Wei, C.Xu, X. Zhang, J. Xie, J. Tindall and P. de Wilde, 2017. Energy waste inbuildings due to occupant behaviour. EnergyProcedia, 105, 2233-2238
26. Jones, R., A. Fuertes, S.Goodhew and P. de Wilde, 2017. The actual performance of aspiring lowenergy social houses in the United Kingdom. Energy Procedia, 105, 2181-2186
27. Tian, W. and P.de Wilde, 2016. Impact of GlobalWarming on Thermal Performance of Domestic Buildings using Probabilistic ClimateData. International Journal of GlobalWarming, 10 (4), 514-535
28. Fox, M., S. Goodhew and P. de Wilde, 2016. Building defect detection: external versusinternal thermography. Building andEnvironment, 105, 317-331
29. Jones, R., S. Goodhew and P.de Wilde, 2016. Measured indoor temperatures, thermal comfort andoverheating risk: post-occupancy evaluation of low energy houses in the UK. Energy Procedia, 88, 714-720
30. Pan, S., C. Xu, S. Wei, T. Hassan, L, Xie, Y. Xiong. S.Firth, D. Greenwood and P. de Wilde,2015. Improper window use in office buildings: findings from a longitudinalstudy in Beijing, China. Energy Procedia,88, 761-767
31. Pan, S., C. Xu, S. Wei, T. Hassan, L. Xie, Y. Xiongand P. de Wilde, 2015. Research on the occupant window opening behaviourin an office building in Beijing. BuildingScience, 31 (10), 212-217
32. Nik, V., S. Mundt-Petersen, A. Sasic Kalagasidis andP. de Wilde, 2015. Futuremoisture loads for building facades in Sweden: climate change and wind-drivenrain. Building and Environment, 93,362-375.
33. Fox, M., D. Coley, S. Goodhew and P. de Wilde, 2015. Time-lapse thermography for building defectdetection. Energy and Buildings, 92, 95-106
34. Heffernan, E., W. Pan, X. Liang and P. de Wilde, 2015. Zero carbon homes: perceptions from the UKconstruction industry. Energy Policy,79, 23-36
35. Suter, G., P.de Wilde, P. and Y. Rafiq, 2014, Advancedcomputational assistance for planning, designing, constructing, and managingthe built environment (Editorial).Advanced Engineering Informatics, 28, 259-260
36. Tian, W., J.Song, Z. Li and P. de Wilde, 2014. Bootstrap techniques for sensitivity analysisand model selection in building thermal performance analysis. Applied Energy, 135, 320-328
37. Fox, M., D. Coley, S. Goodhew and P. de Wilde, 2014. Thermography methodologies for detecting energy relatedbuilding defects. Renewable andSustainable Energy Reviews, 40, 296–310
38. de Wilde, P., 2014. Thegap between predicted and measured energy performance of buildings: a frameworkfor investigation. Automation inConstruction, 41, 40-49
39. Wei, S., R. Jones and P. de Wilde, 2014. Driving factors for occupant-controlled spaceheating in residential buildings. Energyand Buildings, 70, 36-44.
40. Hamza, N. and P. de Wilde,2014. Building simulation visualisation for the boardroom: an exploratorystudy. Journal of Building PerformanceSimulation, 7(1), 52-67
41. de Wilde, P., C. Martinez-Ortiz, D. Pearson, I. Beynon, M. Beck and N. Barlow, 2013.Building simulation approaches for the training of automated data analysistools in building energy management. AdvancedEngineering Informatics, 27, 457-465.
42. Lawrence,M., A. Shea, P. Walker and P. de Wilde,2013. Hygrothermal performance of bio-based insulation materials. Proceedings of the ICE - ConstructionMaterials, 166 (4), 257-263
43. de Wilde, P. and D. Coley, 2012. TheImplications of a Changing Climate for Buildings (Editorial article).Building and Environment, 55, 1-7.
44. de Wilde, P. and W.Tian, 2012. Management ofthermal performance risks in buildings subject to climate change. Buildingand Environment, 55, 167-177.
45. Tian, W. and P. deWilde, 2011. Uncertainty and sensitivity analysis of theperformance of an air-conditioned campus building in the UK under probabilisticclimate projections. Automationin Construction, 20, 1096-1109
46. de Wilde, P. and W. Tian, 2011. Towardsprobabilistic performance metrics for climate change impact studies. Energy and Buildings, 43(11), 3013-3018
47. de Wilde,P., W. Tian and G. Augenbroe, 2011. Longitudinal prediction of theoperational energy use of buildings. Buildingand Environment, 46 (8), 1670-1680
48. Tian, W. and P. deWilde, 2011. Thermal building simulation using the UKCP09 probabilisticclimate projections. Journal of BuildingPerformance Simulation, 4 (2), 105-124
49. Goodhew,S., J. Carfrae, and P. de Wilde,2010. Briefing: Challenges related to straw bale construction. Proceedings of the ICE - Engineering Sustainability, 163 (4),185-189
50. Parsons, D., S. Goodhew, A. Fewkes and P. de Wilde, 2010. The perceivedbarriers to the inclusion of rain water harvesting systems by UK house buildingcompanies. Urban Water Journal, 7(4), 257-265
51. Carfrae, J., P.deWilde, S. Goodhew, P. Walker and J. Littlewood, 2010. A cost effective probefor the long term monitoring of straw bale buildings. Building and Environment, 46 (01), 156-164
52. de Wilde, P. and W Tian, 2010. Predicting theperformance of an office under climate change: a study of metrics, sensitivityand zonal resolution. Energy andBuildings, 42 (10), 1674-1684
53. de Wilde, P. and W. Tian,2010. The role of adaptive thermal comfort in the prediction of thethermal performance of a modern mixed-mode office building in the UK underclimate change. Journal of BuildingPerformance Simulation, 3 (2), 87-101
54. Pilkington, B., S. Goodhew and P. de Wilde, 2010. In situ thermal conductivity measurement ofbuilding materials with a thermal probe. Journalof Testing and Evaluation, 38 (3); published online, DOI: 10.1520/JTE102636
55. de Wilde,P. and W. Tian, 2009. Identification of key factors for uncertainty in theprediction of the thermal performance of an office building under climatechange. BuildingSimulation: an International Journal, 2 (3), 157-174
56. Struck, C., P. deWilde, C. Hopfe, J. Hensen, 2009. An exploration of the optionspace in conceptual building design for advanced building simulation. Advanced Engineering Informatics, 23 (4), 386-395
57. Deverell, R., S. Goodhew, R. Griffiths, P. de Wilde, 2009. The noise insulationproperties of non-food-crop walling for schools and colleges: a case study. Journal of Building Appraisal, 5 (1), 29-40
58. Ulukavak Harputlugil, G., T. Harputlugil, P. de Wilde, 2009. Thermal design of Turkishschools: prospects for an improved pre-design process. International Journal of Architectural Engineering and DesignManagement, 5 (3), 153-164
59. de Wilde,P. and P. Murray, 2009. Theuse of an intranet system to enhance student learning in an Eco-House designproject. CEBE Transactions,6 (1), 4-17
60. de Wilde, P., R. Griffiths and S.Goodhew, 2009. Evolution and validation of a thermal probe model. Journal of Building Performance Simulation,2 (2), 85-94
61. Pilkington, B., R.Griffiths, S. Goodhew, P. de Wilde,2008. Thermal probe technology for buildings: the transition from laboratory tofield measurements. ASCEJournal of Architectural Engineering, 14 (4),111-118
62. McGilligan, C., S. Goodhew and P. de Wilde, 2008. An assessment of the potential returns of energycertificates for the UK household sector. Journal of Financial Management of Property and Construction, 13 (3),187-199
63. Sawyer,L., P. de Wilde and S.Turpin-Brooks, 2008. Energy performance and occupancy satisfaction: acomparison of two closely related buildings. Facilities, 26(13/14), 542-551
64. de Wilde, P., R. Griffiths and S.Goodhew, 2008. Validation of data analysis routines for a thermal probeapparatus using numerical data sets. BuildingSimulation: an International Journal,1 (1), 36-45
65. de Wilde,P., Y. Rafiq, M. Beck, 2008. Uncertainties in predicting the impact of climatechange on thermal performance of domestic buildings in the UK. Building Services Engineering Research &Technology, 29 (1), 7-26
66. Augenbroe, G., A, Malkawi, P. de Wilde, 2004. A Workbench for Structured Design Analysis Dialogues. Journal of Architecturaland Planning Research,21 (4), 321-330
67. Augenbroe, G., P.de Wilde, H. J. Moon, A. Malkawi, 2004. An interoperability workbench fordesign analysis integration. Energy and Buildings,36 (8), 737-748
68. de Wilde,P., M. van der Voorden, 2004. Providing computational support for the selection ofenergy saving building components. Energy and Buildings, 36 (8), 749-758
69. de Wilde, P., G. Augenbroe, M. van der Voorden,2002. Managingthe selection of energy saving features in building design. Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management,9 (3), 249-258
70. de Wilde, P., G. Augenbroe, M. van der Voorden,2002. DesignAnalysis Integration: supporting the selection of energy saving buildingcomponents. Building and Environment, 37 (8/9), 807-817
Total publications: well over 200,including the above, as well as conference papers (mostly peer reviewed,forinternational conferences) and technical reports.
IBPSA-England / CIBSE SW Symposium ‘High Performance Buildings',Plymouth, UK, May 10, 2018
EG-ICE2017, Nottingham, UK, July 10-12, 2017
EG-ICE2016, Krakow, Poland, June 29- July 1, 2016
Sessionon Occupant Behaviour at CUE 2015 Applied Energy Symposium and Summit, Fuzhou, China, November 15-172015
IBPSA-EnglandSession at CIBSE-ASHRAE Technical Symposium, Dublin, Ireland, April 3-4 ,2013
EG-ICE2014, Cardiff, UK, July 16-18, 2014
EBGResearch Focus Event, Plymouth, UK, November 6, 2013
IBPSA-Englandconference ‘Bridging the Energy Performance Gap', Plymouth, UK, October 25, 2013
FutureBuild,Bath, UK, September 4-6 2013
EG-ICE2013 (Intelligent Computing in Engineering), Vienna, Austria, 1-3 July 2013
EG-ICE2012, Herrsching, Germany, July 4-6 2012
EG-ICE2011, Enschede, the Netherlands, July 6-8 2011
EG-ICESessions at ECPPM 2010, Cork, Ireland, September 14-16 2010
ARCOMDoctoral Workshop 2009, Plymouth, UK, November 16 2009
EG-ICE2008, Plymouth, UK, July 2-4 2008
IBPSA-Englandconference ‘Building Simulation in the Southwest’, Plymouth, UK, November 16 2007
IBPSA-NVLsymposium 2005 ‘Gebouwsimulatie’, Delft, the Netherlands, October 20 2005