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 Emmanouil (Manos) Perisoglou

Emmanouil (Manos) Perisoglou


+44 (0)29 2087 0177
1.24 Architectural Science Lab, Adeilad Bute, Rhodfa'r Brenin Edward VII, Caerdydd, CF10 3NB



I am a chartered energy engineer investigating low carbon systems for the built environment. Emerging markets have been adopting technologies much more rapidly in recent decades; architectural science should now lead building integration in practice by providing guidance and robust performance evaluation evidence. I run feasibility tests and procure innovative technologies to test in real life buildings. I evaluate the performance of the buildings and the systems with a focus on occupants’ comfort, gathering data with the highest levels of integrity and external market credibility. My outputs aim to assist the market, the developers and the policy makers to choose appropriate technologies and methods to make buildings more sustainable.


Short Biography

I am lecturer in Architectural Science at the Welsh School of Architecture (WSA), Cardiff University. I am a Chartered Engineer (CEng) with the Engineering Council and a member of the Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET). I hold a BSc in Automation Engineering, and MSc in Renewable Energy Systems and Technology and I am a PhD candidate in Building Integrated Solar Thermal Air Collectors in Cardiff University.

I work in the renewable and low carbon energy sector specialised in the integration and performance evaluation of innovative technologies in new builds and retrofits. My expertise lies in modelling, monitoring, instrumentation, data analysis and framework development. I have tested several conventional and innovative systems in real life buildings, developing evaluation and integration protocols. My work has been published and awarded nationally and internationally. Since 2012, I have been working as a researcher in WSA architectural science team with further teaching responsibilities. Prior to becoming a Cardiff University researcher, I was a measuring process developer in the industry and in research institutes such as the Centre for Research & Technology Hellas.

I am a Co-investigator in the Monitoring Building Performance Project sponsored by Swansea Council (Jan21-Dec25). I sit in a number of internal and external committees, e.g. Ethics Committee, Health and Safety Committee, Cardiff University Research Staff Association, Energies journal reviewers, IET technical boards.

Anrhydeddau a Dyfarniadau

2022 St David Awards, Enviroment Champion Shortlisted - LCBE Team

2021 Chartership - Engineering Council

2021 Welsh Housing Award in the Excellence in Housing Innovation category. Swansea Council & Welsh School of Architecture - LCBE team

2020 Construction Excellence Awards - joint Highly Commended. Parc Yr Helyg ‘Homes as Power Stations’ Project - Swansea Council & Whole House Decarbonisation Retrofit Scheme - Swansea Council & Welsh School of Architecture” - LCBE team

2017 Best research proposal award: 1st prize, Newton Fund, Istanbul

2015 Best presentation award in ReseARCHI Conference. Cardiff











Teaching profile

  • Architectural Science, Technology and the Built Environment
  • Building Services, Design and Integration
  • Renewable Solar Technologies
  • Building Monitoring & Instrumentation
  • Evaluation of Building and Systems Performance
  • Building Acoustics and Noise Control
  • Quantitative Research Methods and Statistics

Research interests

  • Architectural Science, Technology and the Built Environment
  • Renewable Energy Innovative Technologies and Building Integration
  • Reduction of Energy Consumption/CO2 in Buildings
  • Photovoltaics, Solar Thermal, Transpired Solar Collectors (TSCs), Electric Batteries
  • Effective Building Services, Mechanical Ventilation, Heat Pumps
  • Building Physics, Insulation Materials, Building Acoustics, Noise Control
  • Building and Systems Performance Evaluation, Monitoring and Data Analysis
  • Comfort and Building User