Dr. Ahmed A. Y. Freewan

Dr. Ahmed A. Y. Freewan

Jordan University of Science and Technology

Editorial Board Member

Dr. Ahmed A. Y. Freewan is an Assistant Professor at the Jordan University of Science and Technology. He became chairman of School of Design at the Jordan University of Science and Technology in 2011. He has published papers in reputed journals. He has participated in National and International Government funded projects that are related to daylighting in buildings. His research at the Jordan University of Science and Technology includes: daylighting, Photovoltaic, Renewable energy and climate change, computer simulation for building energy performance, health, safety, and environment. Read more ...

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Research Interests

  • Daylighting
  • Photovoltaic
  • Renewable energy and climate change
  • Computer simulation for building energy performance
  • Health, Safety and Environment

Selected Publications

Developing daylight devices matrix with special integration with building design process

Journal: Sustainable Cities and Society

Published: 2015 | External link

Maximizing the Performance of Laser Cut Panel by Interaction of Ceiling Geometries and Different Aspect Ratio

Journal: Journal of Daylighting

Published: 2014 | External link

Improving daylight performance of light wells in residential buildings: Nourishing compact sustainable urban form

Journal: Sustainable Cities and Society

Published: 2014 | External link

Impact of external shading devices on thermal and daylighting performance of offices in hot climate regions

Journal: Solar Energy

Published: 2014 | External link

Maximizing the lightshelf performance by interaction between lightshelf geometries and a curved ceiling

Journal: Energy Conversion and Management

Published: 2010 | External link

Interactions between louvers and ceiling geometry for maximum daylighting performance

Journal: Renewable Energy

Published: 2009 | External link

Optimizing performance of the lightshelf by modifying ceiling geometry in highly luminous climates

Journal: Solar Energy

Published: 2008 | External link