Enrico Fabrizio (1978), Ph.D. in Energy Technologies at the Politecnico di Torino and at the INSA de Lyon, since 2015 is an associate professor at the Energy Department of Politecnico di Torino. From 2008 to 2015 he has been an assistant professor at the DISAFA Dept. of the University of Torino.
He carries out research activities in the fields of zero-energy buildings performance simulation and optimization, environmental control for animals and plants, impacts of renewable energy technologies and energy poverty issues. He has been the principal investigator of peer-reviewed research projects funded by public bodies (notably one SIR 2014 project funded by MiUR) and has been responsible for research contracts funded by industries. Among more than 180 scientific publications, he is a co-author of 35 research articles on ISI journals in the last ten years. He has been co-supervisor of 4 Ph.D. students and has been one of the tutors of the SCUTxPOLITO students team that won the 2018 Solar Decathlon China Competition.
He is Associate Editor at Sustainable Cities and Society journal (Elsevier, IF = 3.07) and Secretary of the Italian Association of Building Performance Simulation. He has been awarded the “REHVA Young Scientist Award 2014” by the European Federation of Air Conditioning Associations.
Research interests & activity:
Energy in the Built Environment