Marcel Schweiker
Marcel Schweiker
Institute for Occupational, Social and Environmental Medicine, Medical Faculty, RWTH Aachen University
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Development of the ASHRAE global thermal comfort database II
VF Ličina, T Cheung, H Zhang, R De Dear, T Parkinson, E Arens, C Chun, ...
Building and Environment 142, 502-512, 2018
Verification of stochastic models of window opening behaviour for residential buildings
M Schweiker, F Haldi, M Shukuya, D Robinson
Journal of Building Performance Simulation 5 (1), 55-74, 2012
Comparison of theoretical and statistical models of air-conditioning-unit usage behaviour in a residential setting under Japanese climatic conditions
M Schweiker, M Shukuya
Building and Environment 44 (10), 2137-2149, 2009
Does the occupant behavior match the energy concept of the building?–Analysis of a German naturally ventilated office building
K Schakib-Ekbatan, FZ Cakıcı, M Schweiker, A Wagner
Building and Environment 84, 142-150, 2015
Introducing IEA EBC annex 79: Key challenges and opportunities in the field of occupant-centric building design and operation
W O'Brien, A Wagner, M Schweiker, A Mahdavi, J Day, MB Kjærgaard, ...
Building and Environment 178, 106738, 2020
Drivers of diversity in human thermal perception–A review for holistic comfort models
M Schweiker, GM Huebner, BRM Kingma, R Kramer, H Pallubinsky
Temperature 5 (4), 308-342, 2018
Review of multi‐domain approaches to indoor environmental perception and behaviour
M Schweiker, E Ampatzi, MS Andargie, RK Andersen, E Azar, ...
Building and Environment 176, 106804, 2020
Challenging the assumptions for thermal sensation scales
M Schweiker, X Fuchs, S Becker, M Shukuya, M Dovjak, M Hawighorst, ...
Building Research & Information 45 (5), 572-589, 2017
The effect of occupancy on perceived control, neutral temperature, and behavioral patterns
M Schweiker, A Wagner
Energy and Buildings 117, 246-259, 2016
A framework for an adaptive thermal heat balance model (ATHB)
M Schweiker, A Wagner
Building and Environment 94, 252-262, 2015
A review of select human-building interfaces and their relationship to human behavior, energy use and occupant comfort
JK Day, C McIlvennie, C Brackley, M Tarantini, C Piselli, J Hahn, ...
Building and environment 178, 106920, 2020
Comparative effects of building envelope improvements and occupant behavioural changes on the exergy consumption for heating and cooling
M Schweiker, M Shukuya
Energy Policy 38 (6), 2976-2986, 2010
What drives our behaviors in buildings? A review on occupant interactions with building systems from the lens of behavioral theories
A Heydarian, C McIlvennie, L Arpan, S Yousefi, M Syndicus, M Schweiker, ...
Building and Environment 179, 106928, 2020
Personal comfort systems: A review on comfort, energy, and economics
R Rawal, M Schweiker, OB Kazanci, V Vardhan, Q Jin, L Duanmu
Energy and Buildings 214, 109858, 2020
Development and validation of a methodology to challenge the adaptive comfort model
M Schweiker, S Brasche, W Bischof, M Hawighorst, K Voss, A Wagner
Building and Environment 49, 336-347, 2012
Evaluating assumptions of scales for subjective assessment of thermal environments–Do laypersons perceive them the way, we researchers believe?
M Schweiker, M André, F Al-Atrash, H Al-Khatri, RR Alprianti, H Alsaad, ...
Energy and Buildings 211, 109761, 2020
On uses of energy in buildings: Extracting influencing factors of occupant behaviour by means of a questionnaire survey
A Rinaldi, M Schweiker, F Iannone
Energy and Buildings 168, 298-308, 2018
The influence of personality traits on occupant behavioural patterns
M Schweiker, M Hawighorst, A Wagner
Energy and Buildings 131, 63-75, 2016
Short-and long-term acclimatization in outdoor spaces: Exposure time, seasonal and heatwave adaptation effects
EL Krüger, CA Tamura, P Bröde, M Schweiker, A Wagner
Building and Environment 116, 17-29, 2017
Adaptive comfort from the viewpoint of human body exergy consumption
M Schweiker, M Shukuya
Building and Environment 51, 351-360, 2012
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