Elie Azar
Elie Azar
Associate Professor at Khalifa University
Verified email at ku.ac.ae
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A comprehensive analysis of the impact of occupancy parameters in energy simulation of office buildings
E Azar, CC Menassa
Energy and buildings 55, 841-853, 2012
Agent-based modeling of occupants and their impact on energy use in commercial buildings
E Azar, CC Menassa
Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering 26 (4), 506-518, 2012
A comprehensive framework to quantify energy savings potential from improved operations of commercial building stocks
E Azar, CC Menassa
Energy Policy 67, 459-472, 2014
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
Rethinking HVAC temperature setpoints in commercial buildings: The potential for zero-cost energy savings and comfort improvement in different climates
S Papadopoulos, CE Kontokosta, A Vlachokostas, E Azar
Building and Environment 155, 350-359, 2019
Framework to investigate energy conservation motivation and actions of building occupants: The case of a green campus in Abu Dhabi, UAE
E Azar, H Al Ansari
Applied energy 190, 563-573, 2017
Integrating building performance simulation in agent-based modeling using regression surrogate models: A novel human-in-the-loop energy modeling approach
S Papadopoulos, E Azar
Energy and Buildings 128, 214-223, 2016
Evaluation of tree-based ensemble learning algorithms for building energy performance estimation
S Papadopoulos, E Azar, WL Woon, CE Kontokosta
Journal of Building Performance Simulation 11 (3), 322-332, 2018
A conceptual framework to energy estimation in buildings using agent based modeling
E Azar, C Menassa
Proceedings of the 2010 Winter Simulation Conference, 3145-3156, 2010
Integrating and optimizing metrics of sustainable building performance using human-focused agent-based modeling
E Azar, C Nikolopoulou, S Papadopoulos
Applied Energy 183, 926-937, 2016
Framework to evaluate energy-saving potential from occupancy interventions in typical commercial buildings in the United States
E Azar, CC Menassa
Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering 28 (1), 63-78, 2014
A systematic review of occupant behavior in building energy policy
S Hu, D Yan, E Azar, F Guo
Building and Environment 175, 106807, 2020
Evaluating the impact of extreme energy use behavior on occupancy interventions in commercial buildings
E Azar, CC Menassa
Energy and Buildings 97, 205-218, 2015
An international review of occupant-related aspects of building energy codes and standards
W O'Brien, F Tahmasebi, RK Andersen, E Azar, V Barthelmes, ZD Belafi, ...
Building and Environment 179, 106906, 2020
An applied framework to evaluate the impact of indoor office environmental factors on occupants’ comfort and working conditions
MS Andargie, E Azar
Sustainable Cities and Society 46, 101447, 2019
A data-driven analysis of building energy use with emphasis on operation and maintenance: A case study from the UAE
M Lin, A Afshari, E Azar
Journal of Cleaner Production 192, 169-178, 2018
Multilayer thin film structures for multifunctional glass: self-cleaning, antireflective and energy-saving properties
C Garlisi, E Trepci, X Li, R Al Sakkaf, K Al-Ali, RP Nogueira, L Zheng, ...
Applied Energy 264, 114697, 2020
Conceptual framework to optimize building energy consumption by coupling distributed energy simulation and occupancy models
CC Menassa, VR Kamat, SH Lee, E Azar, C Feng, K Anderson
Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering 28 (1), 50-62, 2014
Optimizing HVAC operation in commercial buildings: a genetic algorithm multi-objective optimization framework
S Papadopoulos, E Azar
2016 Winter Simulation Conference (WSC), 1725-1735, 2016
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
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