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Dr. Danny H. W. Li graduated with a BSc (Hons) in Building/Environmental Services Engineering at the University of Bath (UK) in 1992. He obtained his PhD in solar energy and day lighting from the Department of Building and Construction at the City University of Hong Kong in 1997. He is currently an associate professor in the Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering at the City University of Hong Kong. His research interests are related to “building, energy and the environment” in general and “solar radiation, day lighting and their design implications” in particular. He has been successful as the Principal Investigator in receiving a number of research funding. With the support of these grants, he has successfully published more than 110 articles in the international refereed journals of repute and presented over 45 papers in local and international conferences. He has guided 6 research students and a number of research assistants. Under my supervision, 4 PhD and 2 MPhil candidates successfully gained their awards. He has served as a reviewer for a number of international academic/professional journals, including Applied Energy Journal, Energy, Energy and Buildings, Lighting Research and Technology, Building Services Research and Technology, Energy Conversion and Management, Renewable Energy, Solar Energy, Building and Environment, Indoor Built &Environment, Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics, the International Journal of Green Energy, Architectural Science Review, Renewable and Sustainable Energy, and Renewable and Sustainable Energy Review. He is Associate Editor for Architectural Science Review and Indoor Built & Environment. He organized (secretary) a conference in Measurement and Modelling of Solar Radiation and Daylight (SOLARIA) which was taken place in Hong Kong in 2008.
Building, energy and the environment in general and solar radiation,daylighting and their design implications in particular.
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