Hui Zhang | Low-carbon | Most Reader’s Article Award

Assoc Prof Dr. Hui Zhang | Low-carbon | Most Reader’s Article Award

Associate Professor at HuBei University of Technology, China

Hui Zhang is an Associate Professor at the School of Civil Engineering, Architecture, and Environment. He holds a Ph.D. in Architecture from Huazhong University of Science and Technology, where he also completed his Master’s degree in Architectural Science and his Bachelor’s degree in Architecture. Dr. Zhang’s research interests focus on Green and Low-carbon Building Design, Building Performance Assessment, Sustainable Urban and Buildings Performance Simulation, and Digital Technologies Application. He has conducted research as a visiting scholar at the National University of Singapore and California State University, Long Beach. He is a member of the Green Building and Energy Conservation Committee of the China Urban Scientific Research Council and the Green Building and Energy Conservation Committee of Hubei Province Civil Engineering and Architecture. Dr. Zhang has led various research projects, including those funded by the Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) and the Ministry of Education of China, and has contributed to research on integrated solar energy design countermeasures for residential buildings and low-energy building technologies.

Professional Profile:

đź“š Education:

Dr. Hui Zhang’s academic background is impressive and diverse. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Architecture from Wuhan University of Science and Technology in 2004, followed by a Master’s degree in Architectural Science from Huazhong University of Science and Technology in 2011. Dr. Zhang furthered his education by completing a Ph.D. in Architecture at Huazhong University of Science and Technology in 2011, demonstrating a strong commitment to advancing his knowledge and expertise in the field.

đź“ťEnrollment Information:

Dr. Hui Zhang is currently enrolled in the Master of Architecture program and the Master of Civil Engineering program. His research direction focuses on international finance and the management of financial institutions. He began his enrollment in the academic year 2023-2024, demonstrating a commitment to expanding his knowledge and expertise in these fields.

đź“ŠMembership:

Dr. Hui Zhang is an esteemed member of the Green Building and Energy Conservation Committee of the China Urban Scientific Research Council. Additionally, he holds membership in the Green Building and Energy Conservation Committee of Hubei Province Civil Engineering and Architecture. These memberships underscore Dr. Zhang’s dedication to sustainable practices and his active involvement in promoting green building and energy conservation initiatives at both regional and national levels.

Research Interest:

Dr. Hui Zhang has led several significant research projects, demonstrating his expertise and commitment to advancing the field of architecture and energy conservation. As the project leader for the Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) project, he conducted research on Parametric Passive Energy Saving Design for High-rise Buildings (No. 51508169). Additionally, Dr. Zhang led the Humanities and Social Science Research Project of the Ministry of Education of China, focusing on spatial assessment and implementation strategies of energy landscape availability in urban settlements under complex environments (No. 22YJAZH146). In the 2017 Scientific Plan Project of the Ministry of Housing and Urban-rural Development (MHUD), Dr. Zhang served as the Sub-project Leader for the research and application of Green Performance Design and Decision System for Railway Transport Buildings (No. 2017-k1-009). Furthermore, he led a project funded by the Natural Science Foundation of Hubei Province, China, which focused on Integrated Solar Energy Design Countermeasures for Residential Buildings Adapting to Climate Change (No. 2014CFB475).Dr. Zhang’s research contributions also include leading a project supported by the China Postdoctoral Science Foundation, focusing on Low-energy Building Technologies in the Hot Summer and Cold Winter zone (No. 2013M531697). These projects highlight Dr. Zhang’s dedication to innovative research in sustainable architecture and energy-efficient building design.

 

đź“šPublications :

An Estimation of the Available Spatial Intensity of Solar Energy in Urban Blocks in Wuhan, China

Authors: Zhang, H., Huang, X., Wang, Z., … Zhong, W., Meng, A.

Year: 2024

Citations: 0

Research on energy efficiency and decarbonization pathway of nearly zero energy buildings based on system dynamic simulation

Authors: Ke, Z., Zhang, H., Jia, X., … Liu, Y., Wong, N.H.

Year: 2024

Citations: 0

An Empirical Study of a Passive Exterior Window for an Office Building in the Context of Ultra-Low Energy

Authors: Yu, H., Zhang, H., Han, X., … Ke, Z., Yan, J.

Year: 2023

Citations: 0

Research on Technology System Adaptability of Nearly Zero-Energy Office Buildings in the Hot Summer and Cold Winter Zone of China

Authors: Jia, X., Zhang, H., Yao, X., … Huang, X., Jin, S.

Year: 2023

Citations: 1

The Impact of Residential Cluster Layout on Building Energy Consumption and Carbon Emissions in Regions with Hot Summers and Cold Winters in China

Authors: Yan, J., Zhang, H., Liu, X., Ning, L., Hien, W.N.

Year: 2023

Citations: 1

Energy Consumption and Carbon Emissions of Nearly Zero-Energy Buildings in Hot Summer and Cold Winter Zones of China

Authors: Ke, Z., Liu, X., Zhang, H., … Hu, H., Hien, W.N.

Year: 2023

Citations: 2

Evaluation and Design of Parameterized Dynamic Daylighting for Large-Space Buildings

Authors: Hu, H., Zhang, H., Wang, L., Ke, Z.

Year: 2023

Citations: 0

Test and design strategy analysis of large space acoustic environment of high-speed railway station

Authors: Han, J., Zhang, H., Huang, Q., Liu, Y.

Year: 2020

Citations: 0

Analysis of Natural Ventilation Design in Large Space of Railway Station

Authors: Han, X., Zhang, H., Zhu, T., Wang, L.

Year: 2020

Citations: 0

Research on Lighting and Energy Consumption in Large Space of Railway Station in Hot-Summer and Cold-Winter Zone in China

Authors: Cheng, J., Zhang, H., Wang, L., Tang, M.

Year: 2020

Citations: 0

 

 

 

Batablinlè Lamboni | Environmental studies | Best Researcher Award

Assoc Prof Dr. Batablinlè Lamboni | Environmental studies | Best Researcher Award

Associate Professor at Higher Teacher Training College-University of Lomé, Togo

Batablinlè Lamboni is a dedicated researcher and educator with a strong background in environmental science and atmospheric physics. They hold a Master’s degree in Atmospheric Physics from the University of Abomey-Calavi, Benin, and completed their Ph.D. in the same field under the supervision of Professor Lawin E. AgnidĂ©. Their research interests focus on the impact of climate change on water and energy resources availability, particularly in the Mono River Basin of West Africa. Batablinlè has published several papers on this topic, highlighting their expertise in climate modeling, precipitation analysis, and environmental impact assessments. In addition to their research work, Batablinlè is actively involved in teaching and mentoring students. They have also contributed to various projects and collaborations in the field of atmospheric physics, demonstrating their commitment to advancing scientific knowledge and promoting sustainability.

Professional Profile:

đź“š Education:

Batablinlè Lamboni’s academic journey began with a Master’s in Theoretical Physics from the University of LomĂ©, Togo, in 2007. Building on this foundation, Lamboni pursued an Engineer Diploma in Environmental Sciences at the Institut de GĂ©nie de l’Environnement et du DĂ©veloppement Durable (IGEDD), University of Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, graduating in 2012. Driven by a passion for environmental sciences, Lamboni furthered their studies with a Master of Science in Environmental Sciences at the Institute of Mathematics and Physical Sciences (IMSP), Benin, in 2015. This laid the groundwork for their eventual specialization, culminating in a PhD from the Hydrology and Atmospheric Physics Laboratory at the University of Abomey-Calavi, Benin, completed between November 2016 and October 2019.

📝Professional  Experience:

Since October 2019, I have served as a Teacher-Researcher at the École Normale Supérieure (ENSATAKPAME), where I also hold the position of head of the physics and technology department. My responsibilities have included assisting colleagues with their research in atmospheric physics, collaborating on various projects, and traveling with colleagues to other physics organizations to collect samples. Additionally, I have been tasked with organizing samples for the research team and preparing drafts for technical reports. In addition to my role within the department, I am actively involved in cooperation, partnership, and development initiatives within my institution. Furthermore, I serve as a member of the National Commission in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STIM) established by the Togolese government. In this capacity, I represent the commission in matters related to Initial Training, where my duties include analyzing program content and ensuring the implementation of STEM education roadmaps in national initial training programs.

đź“ŠResearch Interest:

Batablinlè Lamboni is currently a junior researcher at the Renewable Energy Laboratory within the Department of Physics at the University of LomĂ© and the Higher Normal School at AtakpamĂ© (Togo). They obtained their Master’s in Atmospheric Physics from the Hydrology and Atmospheric Physics Laboratory at the Institute of Mathematics and Physical Sciences, University of Abomey-Calavi, Benin, in 2016. Subsequently, they completed their Ph.D. under the supervision of Professor Lawin E. AgnidĂ© at the same institution in 2019. Their research focuses on the impact of climate change projections on the availability of water and energy resources. They possess rich experience in meta-analysis, statistics, graph databases, modeling, and machine learning. Their future research endeavors will concentrate on climate change, human activity, land use/cover change, water resources, and renewable energy resources.

 

Publications :

Africa-Cordex Simulations Projection of Future Temperature, Precipitation, Frequency and Intensity Indices Over Mono Basin in West Africa

Authors: Batablinlè Lamboni, Lawin E. Agnidé, S. Agnidé

Citation: Journal of Earth Science & Climatic Change, 2018, 9, 1-12

Year: 2018

Future Extremes Temperature: Trends and Changes Assessment over the Mono River Basin, Togo (West Africa)

Authors: Emmanuel L. A., Batablinlè Lamboni, Célestin M., Hodabalo K.

Citation: Journal of Water Resource and Protection, 2019, 11, 82-98

Year: 2019

Variability of Future Rainfall over the Mono River Basin of West-Africa

Authors: Batablinlè Lamboni, Emmanuel L. A., Manirakiza C., Djibib Z. M.

Citation: American Journal of Climate Change, 2019, 8, 137-155

Year: 2019

Extreme Rainfall and Temperature Changes Assessment on late-twenty-first century over the Mono River Basin, Togo (West-Africa)

Authors: Batablinlè Lamboni, Agnidé Emmanuel Lawin, Celestin Manirakiza, Dagbégnon Luc Olabodé

Citation: Published by Copernicus Publications on behalf of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences, 2020

Year: 2020

Future changes in precipitation, evapotranspiration and stream flows in the Mono Basin of West Africa

Authors: Batablinlè Lamboni, Lawin E. Agnidé, Kodja Domiho Japhet, Amoussou Ernest, Vissin Expédit

Citation: Published by Copernicus Publications on behalf of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences, 2021, 98, 1-6

Year: 2021

Active Control of Chaotic Oscillations in Nonlinear Chemical Dynamics

Authors: Olabodé D. L., Lamboni B., Orou Tchabi J. B. C.

Journal: Journal Applied Mathematics and Physics

Volume: 7

Pages: 547-558

Year: 2019

DOI: 10.4236/jamp.2019.73040

Wind Power Potential in Near Future Climate Scenarios: The Case for Burundi (East Africa)

Authors: Agnidé Emmanuel Lawin, Manirakiza Célestin, Lamboni B.

Journal: Asian Journal of Environment Ecology

Volume: 8

Issue: 4

Pages: 1-10

Year: 2019

Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Climate Change Impact on Future Wind Power Potential in Burundi (East Africa)

Authors: CĂ©lestin M., Emmanuel L.A., Lamboni B., Marc N.

Journal: American Journal of Climate Change

Volume: 8

Pages: 237-262

Year: 2019

Trends and changes detection in rainfall, temperature and wind speed in Burundi

Authors: Lawin A. E., Manirakiza C., Lamboni B.

Journal: J. Water Clim. Chang.

Year: 2018

DOI: https:/doi.org/10.2166/wcc.2018. 155

Assessment of projected trends and changes of rainfall, temperature and wind speed across highlands and western lowlands of Burundi

Authors: Lawin A.E., CĂ©lestin M., Lamboni B.

Journal: Journal of Water and Climate Change

Year: 2018

Status: Submitted