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Dr Rizki A. Mangkuto

Editorial Board Member

Institut Teknologi Bandung

Brief Bio

Dr. Rizki A. Mangkuto is an assistant professor in Engineering Physics Research Group, Faculty of Industrial Technology at Institut Teknologi Bandung, Bandung, Indonesia. He received BSc and MSc degrees from the same university in 2006 and 2009, respectively, and PhD degree from Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands in 2014. His research interests include: daylighting, computer modelling and simulation of artificial lighting and daylighting, measurement and evaluation of indoor and outdoor lighting condition.

Research areas


Assistant Professor
Institut Teknologi Bandung
Laboratory of Building Physics and Acoustics, Engineering Physics Research Group, Faculty of Industrial Technology, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Jl. Ganesha 10, Bandung 40132, Indonesia., Bandung 40132, Indonesia
Email: armanto@tf.itb.ac.id
Tel: +62-22-2504424


Assessment of pitch floodlighting and glare condition in the Main Stadium of Gelora Bung Karno, Indonesia
Journal: Measurement
Published: 2018

Determination of appropriate metrics for indicating indoor daylight availability and lighting energy demand using genetic algorithm
Journal: Solar Energy
Published: 2018

Optimisation of daylight admission based on modifications of light shelf design parameters
Journal: Journal of Building Engineering
Published: 2018

The effects of illuminance, colour temperature, and colour rendering of various existing light-emitting diode lamps on subjective preference and performance in Indonesia
Journal: Journal of Building Engineering
Published: 2018

Verification tests of a mirror box type artificial sky without and with building scale model
Journal: Frontiers of Architectural Research
Published: 2018

Determination of discomfort glare criteria for daylit space in Indonesia
Journal: Solar Energy
Published: 2017

Photometric and Colorimetric Measurements of Luminaires Using Goniometer and spectrophotometer in a Dark Chamber

Design optimisation for window size, orientation, and wall reflectance with regard to various daylight metrics and lighting energy demand: A case study of buildings in the tropics
Journal: Applied Energy
Published: 2016

Modelling and simulation of virtual natural lighting solutions with complex views
Journal: Building Simulation
Published: 2014

Radiation modeling of a photo-reactor using a backward ray-tracing method: an insight into indoor photocatalytic oxidation
Journal: Environmental Science and Pollution Research
Published: 2014

Heating and cooling energy demand in underground buildings: Potential for saving in various climates and functions
Journal: Energy and Buildings
Published: 2014

Simulation of virtual natural lighting solutions with a simplified view
Journal: Lighting Research and Technology
Published: 2014