Marta Oliveira Panão
ContactosDepartamento de Engenharia Geografica Geofisica e Energia
Ext. Principal 28330
Carreira Docente Universitário
Categoria Professor Auxiliar
Marta Panão, Eng. Physics (IST), MSc (IST), PhD in Mechanical Engineering (IST), is an Assistant Professor at FCUL. Her active research areas are performing indicators for Net Zero Energy Buildings, simplified and RC energy models, building stock energy models, occupants’ bevahiour modelling, heating gap and fuel poverty at residential sector. She published her work in 14 papers in international peer review journals with 106 Scopus citations (h-index 6). Since 2014, she is an assistant professor and chair of Buildings Heat Transfer, Renewable Energy and Heat Transfer. She had participated in different research projects, more recently: Urban data driven models for creative and resourceful urban transitions, SusCity (2015/2018); Solar potential in the urban environment, PVcity (2015/2108). She coordinated, as deputy, the project BUILD-UP SKILLS PORTUGAL, Training For Renewables and Energy Efficiency in Building Sector (2011/2013), an IEE Europe Initiative.
Buildings thermal simulation in the urban context;
Simplified methods for heating and cooling energy needs;
Passive cooling systems;
Housing stock energy models;
RC modelling of buildings thermal performance;
Energy Performance Certification and nZEB
- Oliveira Panão M.J.N., Brito M.C. (2018). Modelling aggregate hourly electricity consumption based on bottom-up building stock, Energy and Buildings, 170, pp. 170-182.
- Fonseca J.N.B., Oliveira Panao M.J.N. (2017). Monte Carlo housing stock model to predict the energy performance indicators, Energy and Buildings, 152, pp. 503-515.
- Oliveira Panao M.J.N. (2016). The overall renewable energy fraction: An alternative performance indicator for evaluating Net Zero Energy Buildings, Energy and Buildings, 127, pp. 736-747.
- Oliveira Panao M.J.N., Santos C.A.P., Mateus N.M., Carrilho da Graça G. (2016). Validation of a lumped RC model for thermal simulation of a double skin natural and mechanical ventilated test cell, Energy and Buildings, 121, pp. 92-103.
- Oliveira Panão M.J.N., Rebelo, M.P., Camelo S.M.L. (2013). How low should be the energy requirements by a nearly Zero-Energy Building? The load/generation energy balance of Mediterranean housing, Energy and Buildings, vol. 61, pp. 161-171.