Professor Maria Kolokotroni
Professor/Theme Leader for Resouce Efficient Future Cities
Howell Building 122
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I studied for an MSc in Environmental Design and Engineering at the Bartlett School, University College London (UCL). I stayed at UCL to carry out a PhD on the 'Thermal Performance of Housing' and further on for a post-doc on a two year project to develop environmental design guidance for research laboratories. I then moved on to the University of Westminster for a three-year post-doc on an EPSRC funded project dealing with Moisture in Residential Buildings. I joined Brunel in 1998.
I worked for five years at the Building Research Establishment, Garston in the Indoor Environment Division. My research work focused on the application of natural ventilation strategies in office buildings as well as other energy and indoor air quality related issues in non-domestic buildings.
Newest selected publications
Mylona, Z., Kolokotroni, M. and Tassou, SA. (2017) 'Frozen food retail: measuring and modelling energy use and space environmental systems in an operational supermarket'. Energy and Buildings, 144. ISSN: 0378-7788 Open Access Link
Kolokotroni, M. and O'Sullivan, P. (Accepted) 'A field study of wind dominant single sided ventilation through a narrow slotted architectural louvre system'. Energy and Buildings. ISSN: 1872-6178 Open Access Link
Kolokotroni, M., Topriska, E., Dehouche, Z., Wilson, E. and Notievo, D. (2016) 'The potential to generate solar hydrogen for cooking applications: Case studies of Ghana, Jamaica and Indonesia'. Renewable Energy. ISSN: 0960-1481 Open Access Link
O'Sullivan, PD. and Kolokotroni, M. (2016) 'Non Dimensional Analysis and Characterisation of Driving Forces for a Single Sided Slot Louvre Ventilation System'. International Journal of Ventilation, 14 (4). pp. 335 - 347. ISSN: 1473-3315 Open Access Link
Kolokotroni, M., Santos, T. and Hopper, N. (2016) 'Ventilative cooling of a seminar room using active PCM thermal storage'. REHVA Journal. pp. 36 - 40.Open Access Link