Ming Yeung (Jason) Tse
Research student, Welsh School of Architecture
Jason graduated on Dean’s Honours List with First Class Honours in Building Services Engineering from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 2011. He joined the Welsh School of Architecture as a part-time PhD student in October 2014.
He is currently working in an international engineering company as a specialist in building sustainability. He is certified with ISO 50001 Lead Auditor and LEED® Accredited Professional. In the past years, he has been involved in various prestigious building designs and site works in East Asia including Hong Kong, Mainland China, Korea and Mongolia.
- Tong, J., Tse, J. & Yau, R. (2015). Opportunities and Challenges of Zero Carbon Buildings. ZCB Zero Carbon Building Journal, Vol. 3, pp. 76-81.
- Tong, J.C.K., Tse, J.M.Y. & Cheng, V.S.Y. (2015). Power Generation of Building-Integrated Photovoltaic Systems: Case Studies in Hong Kong. Paper presented at 2nd International Conference on Sustainable Urbanization. Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
- Chan, M., Tse, M., Law, K., & Chan, W. (2012). Survival Strategy - Innovative Renovation. The 10th Cross Strait Two Coasts and Four Places Engineers (Hong Kong) Forum (pp. 174-178). Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institution of Engineers.
Optimized model for the Energy Performance of a Large Atrium Space
Jason’s research interests lie in the energy performance optimisation and occupational comfort of atrium spaces. Atrium designs in buildings such as hotels, commercial buildings, shopping centres and railway stations have become increasingly popular all over the world. Inevitably, modern living in a concrete jungle, more and more people enjoy the atrium space where the design is aesthetically appealing, providing a comfortable environment with natural daylight and a greater sense of space. The atrium is not merely an architectural elegance, but it is a space that provides a highly pleasing, relaxing and comfortable environment for all the people inside it.
There are many factors that affect the occupational comfort and energy performance of an atrium space. The major aim of this research is to perform multiple parametric studies to investigate the impact of different factors on the energy performance and on the comfort level of an atrium space.
Keywords: Atrium, Transitional Space, Energy Performance Optimisation, Thermal Comfort