Despoina Teli
Despoina Teli
Associate professor, Chalmers University, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Building Services
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Naturally ventilated classrooms: An assessment of existing comfort models for predicting the thermal sensation and preference of primary school children
D Teli, MF Jentsch, PAB James
Energy and Buildings 53, 166-182, 2012
1832012
Development of the ASHRAE global thermal comfort database II
VF Ličina, T Cheung, H Zhang, R De Dear, T Parkinson, E Arens, C Chun, ...
Building and Environment 142, 502-512, 2018
992018
Thermal comfort in naturally ventilated primary school classrooms
D Teli, PAB James, MF Jentsch
Building Research & Information 41 (3), 301-316, 2013
892013
The role of a building's thermal properties on pupils' thermal comfort in junior school classrooms as determined in field studies
D Teli, MF Jentsch, PAB James
Building and Environment 82, 640-654, 2014
432014
Field study on thermal comfort in a UK primary school
D Teli, MF Jentsch, PAB James, AS Bahaj
332012
Thermal performance evaluation of school buildings using a children-based adaptive comfort model
D Teli, L Bourikas, PAB James, AS Bahaj
Procedia environmental sciences 38, 844-851, 2017
212017
Investigating the principal adaptive comfort relationships for young children
D Teli, PAB James, MF Jentsch
Building Research & Information 43 (3), 371-382, 2015
212015
Fuel poverty-induced ‘prebound effect’in achieving the anticipated carbon savings from social housing retrofit
D Teli, T Dimitriou, PAB James, AS Bahaj, L Ellison, A Waggott
Building Services Engineering Research and Technology 37 (2), 176-193, 2016
202016
Quantifying thermal bridge effects and assessing retrofit solutions in a Greek residential building
S Kotti, D Teli, PAB James
Procedia Environmental Sciences 38, 306-313, 2017
162017
The influence of a student’s ‘home’climate on room temperature and indoor environmental controls use in a modern halls of residence
R Amin, D Teli, P James, L Bourikas
Energy and Buildings 119, 331-339, 2016
162016
Evaluating assumptions of scales for subjective assessment of thermal environments–Do laypersons perceive them the way, we researchers believe?
M Schweiker, M André, F Al-Atrash, H Al-Khatri, RR Alprianti, H Alsaad, ...
Energy and Buildings 211, 109761, 2020
122020
A framework for adopting adaptive thermal comfort principles in design and operation of buildings
RT Hellwig, D Teli, M Schweiker, JH Choi, MCJ Lee, R Mora, R Rawal, ...
Energy and Buildings 205, 109476, 2019
122019
The Scales Project, a cross-national dataset on the interpretation of thermal perception scales
M Schweiker, A Abdul-Zahra, M André, F Al-Atrash, H Al-Khatri, ...
Scientific data 6 (1), 1-10, 2019
92019
Thermal adaptation to high indoor temperatures during winter in two UK social housing tower blocks
D Teli, S Gauthier, V Aragon, L Bourikas, P James, A Bahaj
The Windsor Conference, 2016
92016
Overheating risk evaluation of school classrooms
D Teli, MF Jentsch, PAB James, ABS Bahaj
92011
217: Implementation of bioclimatic principles in the design of urban open spaces: microclimatic improvement for the cooling period of an open space adjacent to the sea
K Axarli, D Teli
Ανακτήθηκε, 2008
92008
Exploring the link between thermal experience and adaptation to a new climate
R Amin, D Teli, P James
Future Cities and Environment, 1-8, 2018
42018
Impact of current occupant behaviour on potential carbon savings in a council owned tower block undergoing retrofit
T Dimitriou, D Teli, PAB James, AS Bahaj, L Ellison, A Waggott
CIBSE ASHRAE technical symposium, 2014
42014
Winter thermal comfort and indoor air quality in Swedish grade school classrooms, as assessed by the children
D Teli, JO Dalenbäck, L Ekberg
32016
Guideline to bridge the gap between adaptive thermal comfort theory and building design and operation practice
RT Hellwig, T Despoina, M Schweiker, JH Choi, JMC Lee, R Mora, ...
Windsor Conference 2020: Resilient Comfort, 529-545, 2020
22020
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