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I am a lecturer in building services engineering in the School of the Built Environment and Architecture at London South Bank University. I joined LSBU in September 2017 as a master's student, after having finished my MSc degree, I moved onto doing a PhD within Geothermal Energy which I have completed in May 2023.
My research focus is on emerging heating and cooling technologies and smart materials.
I am currently working on enhancing the thermal outputs of Shape Memory Alloys in order to incorporate them into an efficient heat pump.
Postgraduate Research Supervision
|Mr Hassanean Naji Mahmud||Doctoral Research Project||PhD|
London South Bank University
University of Khartoum
Sudan University of Science and Technology
|Proposal||Project||Role||Funder||Status||Status last updated|
|Sustainable sandwich panels for reducing CO2 emission from buildings and for reducing noise||T B A||Co-Investigator||Institute of Civil Engineers (ICE)||OPEN Submitted||Sep 2023|
|Developing user framework for better energy efficiency within the Built Environment||Developing user framework for better energy efficiency within the Built Environment||Co-Investigator||British Council||OPEN Submitted||Oct 2023|
A Review of Recent Advances in Emerging Alternative Heating and Cooling Technologies
Ismail, M., Yebiyo, M. and Chaer, I. (2021). A Review of Recent Advances in Emerging Alternative Heating and Cooling Technologies. Energies. 14 (2), pp. 502-502. https://doi.org/10.3390/en14020502