Sherine Tsang received her Bachelors degree with First Class Honour and Dean’s Honour List from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 2011. She has been a part-time PhD student of the Welsh School of Architecture since October 2014
She has been working in an international engineering consultancy company as a building services engineer, specialising in building design and sustainability. She is also a certified LEED® Accredited Professional. She has been involved in various prestigious projects in East Asia.
W.K. Chow, Gigi C.H. Lui and S.I. Tsang (2015), Scale Model Experiments on Smoke Movement in a tilted Tunnel, International Fire Safety Symposium, Coimbra, Portugal
Multi-parametric Analysis for Green Building Design
Sherine’s research aims to optimise building energy performance by developing a multi-parametric analysis protocol. As confirmed by many post occupancy surveys and evaluation of green building performance, actual performances (especially in energy use) are much poorer than the claimed performance during assessment submissions. Case studies have almost overwhelmingly proved that there are inherent significant problems in the approach of assessment methods and performance verifications. This research aims to develop a generic tool to optimise building energy performance so as to achieve real building energy performance.