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Masanori Shukuya


Masanori Shuhuya is Professor and Chairman at the Graduate School of Environmental and Information Studies, Tokyo City University (TCU), Japan.

The ongoing projects at his Laboratory of Building Environment include: development of exergy evaluation methods for various built-environmental systems using low-exergy sources; experimental studies on human responses to actual built-environmental space with passive- and active-system designs; and the development of built-environmental education (preschool to university) for better knowledge transfer.

He has been actively involved in international research cooperation including participation in the International Energy Agency (IEA) and Energy Conservation in Buildings and Community Systems (ECBCS), and others. He was an Otto-Mønsted Visiting Professor at the Technical University of Denmark in 2008 and 2009.

Masanori Shukuya was awarded the best paper award in 2001 from the Architectural Institute of Japan (AIJ) principally for his work on exergy research associated with the built environment. He has published Light and Heat in the Built Environment: An Approach by Numerical Simulation (1993), Seeking Symbiotic Architecture (1999), and Theory on Exergy and Environment (2004) in Japanese and many scientific papers in Japanese and English.

Last Updated: March 20, 2010
Tokyo, Japan
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