Area Head, Energy and Environment MDes area group
Professor Samuelson's research focuses on energy conservation, computerized simulation, occupant behavior, and the future of building practice as it relates to these topics. She teaches architectural technology courses, specializing in the energy and environmental performance of buildings.
Chen, Y., Samuelson, H.W., Tong, Z., "Integrated Design Workflow and a New Tool for Urban Rainwater Management," Journal of Environmental Management, April 2016.
Samuelson, H.W., Claussnitzer, S., Goyal, A. Chen, Y., Romo-Castillo, A., "Parametric Energy Simulation in Early Design: High-Rise Residential Buildings in Urban Contexts," Building and Environment, May 2016. DOI: 10.1016/j.buildenv.2016.02.018.
Samuelson, H.W., Ghorayshi, A., Reinhart, C., "Analysis of a Simplified Building Energy Model Calibration Procedure for 18 Real-World Case Studies," Journal of Building Performance Simulation, January 2015.
Samuelson, H.W., Lantz, A., & Reinhart, C. "Non-Technical Barriers to Energy Model Sharing and Reuse." Building and Environment, 2012. DOI:10.1016/j.buildenv.2012.02.001
Reinhart, C., Samuelson, H.W., Ibarra, D., & Dogan, T., "Learning by Playing–Teaching Energy Simulation as a Game." Journal of Building Performance Simulation, October 2011. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/19401493.2011.619668.