Giorgia Chinazzo
Giorgia Chinazzo
Postdoctoral researcher - Northwestern University
Adresse e-mail validée de northwestern.edu
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Review of multi‐domain approaches to indoor environmental perception and behaviour
M Schweiker, E Ampatzi, MS Andargie, RK Andersen, E Azar, ...
Building and Environment 176, 106804, 2020
352020
Combined effects of daylight transmitted through coloured glazing and indoor temperature on thermal responses and overall comfort
G Chinazzo, J Wienold, M Andersen
Building and Environment 144, 583-597, 2018
312018
Daylight affects human thermal perception
G Chinazzo, J Wienold, M Andersen
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-15, 2019
302019
Subjective and physiological responses to façade and sunlight pattern geometry in virtual reality
K Chamilothori, G Chinazzo, J Rodrigues, ES Dan-Glauser, J Wienold, ...
Building and Environment 150, 144-155, 2019
302019
Assessing robustness regarding weather uncertainties for energy-efficiency-driven building refurbishments
G Chinazzo, P Rastogi, M Andersen
Energy Procedia 78, 931-936, 2015
182015
A field study investigation on the influence of light level on subjective thermal perception in different seasons
G Chinazzo, L Pastore, J Wienold, M Andersen
Proceedings of 10th Windsor Conference: Rethinking Comfort, 2018
162018
Influence of indoor temperature and daylight illuminance on visual perception
G Chinazzo, J Wienold, M Andersen
Lighting Research & Technology 52 (3), 350-370, 2020
122020
Robustness assessment methodology for the evaluation of building performance with a view to climate uncertainties
G Chinazzo, P Rastogi, M Andersen
Proceedings of BS 2015, 2015
82015
Refurbishment of Existing Envelopes in Residential Buildings: assessing robust solutions for future climate change
G Chinazzo
82014
Variation in thermal, visual and overall comfort evaluation under coloured glazing at different temperature levels
G Chinazzo, J Wienold, M Andersen
J Int Colour Assoc 23, 45-54, 2019
72019
A preliminary study on the sensitivity of people to visual and thermal parameters in office environments
G Chinazzo, J Wienold, M Andersen
Proceedings of the 9th Windsor Conference: Making Comfort Relevant, 2016
62016
Temperature–Color interaction: Subjective indoor environmental perception and physiological responses in virtual reality
G Chinazzo, K Chamilothori, J Wienold, M Andersen
Human factors 63 (3), 474-502, 2021
52021
Understanding multi-aspect indoor-environmental exposure situations: Past insights and future needs
A Mahdavi, C Berger, A Jamrozik, G Chinazzo, LP Edappilly, M Schweiker
Proceedings of the 16th Conference of the International Society of Indoor …, 2020
52020
Daylight and temperature in buildings: interaction effects on human responses
G Chinazzo
EPFL, 2019
52019
The effect of short exposure to coloured light on thermal perception: a study using Virtual Reality
G Chinazzo, K Chamilothori, J Wienold, M Andersen
Proceedings of the Lux Europa 2017, 2017
42017
Effect of indoor temperature and glazing with saturated color on visual perception of daylight
G Chinazzo, J Wienold, M Andersen
Leukos 17 (2), 183-204, 2021
22021
Perceived interest and heart rate response to façade and daylight patterns in Virtual Reality
K Chamilothori, G Chinazzo, JP de Matos Rodrigues, E Dan-Glauser, ...
Proceedings of the ANFA 2018, 2018
22018
Energy performance and occupancy-based analysis of visual and thermal comfort for transmittance level and layout variations of semi-transparent photovoltaics
G Chinazzo, A Legrain, G Peronato, J Wienold, M Andersen
Proceedings of Building Simulation 2019, 2019
12019
Cognitive performance evaluation under controlled daylight levels at different indoor temperatures
G Chinazzo, J Wienold, M Andersen
Proceedings of the 29th Quadrennial Session of the CIE, 2019
12019
Investigating the indoor environmental quality of different workplaces through web-scraping and text-mining of Glassdoor reviews
G Chinazzo
Building Research & Information, 1-19, 2021
2021
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