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Wei Wang

Editorial Board Member

Southeast University

Brief Bio

Wei Wang, received his Ph.D. degree from City University of Hong Kong, now is an associate professor with the School of Architecture, Southeast University, China. His research interests include the optimization of urban building energy system and energy planning, low-carbon building technology, urban solar and wind environment optimization.

Research areas

Affiliations

Associate Professor
Southeast University
Sipailou 2, Xuanwu District, Nanjing 210018, 中国
Email: weiwang@seu.edu.cn
Tel: +8619852800113

Publications

Energy efficient HVAC control for an IPS-enabled large space in commercial buildings through dynamic spatial occupancy distribution
Applied Energy
2017

Modeling and Predicting Occupancy Profile in Office Space with a Wi-Fi Probe-based Dynamic Markov Time-window Inference Approach
Building and Environment
2017

Energy Conservation through Flexible HVAC Management in Large Spaces: An IPS-based Demand-driven Control (IDC) System
Automation in construction
2017

Multi-zone Outdoor Air Coordination through Wi-Fi Probe-based Occupancy Sensing
Energy and Buildings
2018

Modeling occupancy distribution in large spaces with multi-feature classification algorithm
Building and Environment
2018

Occupancy prediction through Markov based feedback recurrent neural network (M-FRNN) algorithm with WiFi probe technology
Building and Environment
2018

Occupancy prediction through machine learning and data fusion of the environmental sensing and Wi-Fi sensing in buildings
Automation in Construction
2018

Linking energy-cyber- physical systems with occupancy predication and interpretation through WiFi probe-based ensemble classification
Applied Energy
2019

Forecasting district-scale energy dynamics through integrating building network and Long short-term memory learning algorithm
Applied Energy
2019

Cross- source sensing data fusion for building occupancy prediction with adaptive lasso feature filtering
Building and Environment
2019

Comparison of multi-control strategies of indoor thermal comfort and air quality with OpenModelica modeling
Energies
2020

Urban building energy prediction at neighborhood scale
Energy and Buildings
2021

From Simulation to Data-Driven Approach: A Framework of Integrating Urban Morphology to Low-Energy Urban Design
Renewable Energy
2021

Benchmarking urban local weather with long-term monitoring compared with weather datasets from climate station and EnergyPlus weather (EPW) data
Energy Reports
2021