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Dr. Francesca Fragliasso

Editorial Board Member

University of Naples Federico II

Brief Bio

Dr. Francesca Fragliasso is an Italian researcher, working at the Department of Industrial Engineering of the University of Naples Federico II. She deals with research in lighting design, specifically focusing on themes related to luminous environment quality, energy efficiency, integration of daylight and electric light to optimize energy savings and improve users’ comfort conditions, lighting for cultural heritage. She is co-author of papers published on scientific journals and in proceedings of national and international conferences.

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Researcher
University of Naples Federico II
Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Naples Federico II. Piazzale Tecchio 80, Naples 80125, Italy
Email: francesca.fragliasso@unina.it
Tel: +39 081 2538668

Publications

Assessing the lighting systems flexibility for reducing and managing the power peaks in smart grids
Journal: Applied Energy
Published: 2020

Ancient Romans and daylighting: the case of Villa of the mysteries in Pompeii
Journal: Journal of Cultural Heritage
Published: 2020

Effects of light source spectrum and background colour on the perception of paintings
Journal: Lighting Research & Technology
Published: 2020

Automated daylight-linked control systems performance with illuminance sensors for side-lit offices in the Mediterranean area
Journal: Automation in Construction
Published: 2019

Evaluating performance of daylight-linked building controls during preliminary design
Journal: Automation in Construction
Published: 2018

Daylight fluctuations effect on the functioning of different daylight-linked control systems
Journal: Building and Environment
Published: 2018

New parameters to evaluate the capability of a daylight-linked control system in complementing daylight
Journal: Building and Environment
Published: 2017

Daylit offices: A comparison between measured parameters assessing light quality and users’ opinions
Journal: Building and Environment
Published: 2017

Indoor lighting quality: Effects of different wall colours
Journal: Lighting Research and Technology
Published: 2017


Why are daylight-linked controls (DLCs) not so spread? A literature review
Journal: Building and Environment
Published: 2017

The impact of the software's choice on dynamic daylight simulations' results: A comparison between Daysim and 3ds Max Design®”
Journal: Solar Energy
Published: 2017

Evaluation of daylight availability for energy savings
Journal: Journal of Daylighting
Published: 2017