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 Emmanouil (Manos) Perisoglou

Emmanouil (Manos) Perisoglou

Research Associate

Email:
perisogloue@cardiff.ac.uk
Telephone:
+44 (0)29 2087 0177
Location:
3.11, Bute Building, King Edward VII Avenue, Cardiff, CF10 3NB

Overview

I am a renewable energy engineer, I develop, test and monitor low carbon systems for the built environment. Renewable energy systems and technology is integrating into UK market and policies. I run feasibility tests and procure the best 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

Emmanouil (Manos) is an automation engineer specialised in energy and renewable technologies. He has worked in this field as a measuring-process developer in the industry and in research institutes. He has also tested several conventional and innovative systems in real life buildings, developing evaluation and integration protocols. He holds a master’s degree in Renewable Energy Systems and Technology from Loughborough University, and he is currently working as a researcher in Cardiff University, WSA. Manos is also involved in teaching for the under and post graduate courses and he is a PhD candidate.

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2013

Teaching profile

  • Renewable Solar Technologies
  • Building Monitoring & Instrumentation
  • Evaluation of Building Performance
  • Building Acoustics and Noise Control
  • Building Services
  • Quantitative Research methods

Research interests

  • Renewable Energy Innovative Technologies
  • Reduction of Energy Consumption/CO2 and Integration of Renewables
  • Photovoltaics and Solar Thermal, BIPV-T Transpired Solar Collectors (TSCs), Electric Batteries
  • Building Acoustics, Noise Control, Mechanical Ventilation, Building Physics