Stephanie Gauthier
Stephanie Gauthier
Lecturer in Energy and Buildings at the University of Southampton
Verified email at soton.ac.uk - Homepage
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Saving energy with light? Experimental studies assessing the impact of colour temperature on thermal comfort
W Huebner, G.M., Shipworth, D.T., Gauthier, S., Witzel, C., Raynham, P. and Chan
Energy Research & Social Science 15, 45-57, 2016
712016
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
512020
How to monitor people ‘smartly’to help reducing energy consumption in buildings?
C Spataru, S Gauthier
Architectural Engineering and design management 10 (1-2), 60-78, 2014
432014
Developing English domestic occupancy profiles
V Aragon, S Gauthier, P Warren, PAB James, B Anderson
Building Research & Information 47 (4), 375-393, 2019
332019
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, 109761, 2020
232020
Behavioural responses to cold thermal discomfort
S Gauthier, D Shipworth
Building Research & Information 43 (3), 355-370, 2015
222015
Investigating the probability of behavioural responses to cold thermal discomfort
S Gauthier
Energy and Buildings 124, 70-78, 2016
182016
The Scales Project, a cross-national dataset on the interpretation of thermal perception scales
M Schweiker, A Abdul-Zahra, M André, F Al-Atrash, H Al-Khatri, ...
Scientific data 6 (1), 1-10, 2019
142019
Camera-based window-opening estimation in a naturally ventilated office
L Bourikas, E Costanza, S Gauthier, PAB James, J Kittley-Davies, ...
Building Research & Information, 2016
132016
Thermal adaptation to high indoor temperatures during winter in two UK social housing tower blocks
D Teli, S Gauthier, V Aragon, L Bourikas, P James, A Bahaj
Proceedings of 9 th Windsor Conference: Making Comfort Relevant, 2016
112016
Predictive thermal comfort model: Are current field studies measuring the most influential variables?
S Gauthier, D Shipworth
7th Windsor Conference: The Changing Context of Comfort in an Unpredictable …, 2012
112012
Effect of Thermal, Acoustic and Air Quality Perception Interactions on the Comfort and Satisfaction of People in Office Buildings
L Bourikas, S Gauthier, N Khor Song En, P Xiong
Energies 14 (2), 333, 2021
102021
6.1 Reference procedures for obtaining occupancy profiles in residential buildings
M De Simone, C Carpino, D Mora, S Gauthier, V Aragon, GU Harputlugil
102018
Variability of thermal stratification in naturally ventilated residential buildings
S Gauthier, D Shipworth
2014 Building Simulation and Optimization Conference. London, UK., 2014
102014
The role of environmental and personal variables in influencing thermal comfort indices used in building simulation
S Gauthier
Building Simulation 2013: 13th Conference of International Building …, 2013
102013
London's urban heat island: a multi-scaled assessment framework
IG Hamilton, M Davies, S Gauthier
Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers-Urban Design and Planning …, 2012
102012
What are people's responses to thermal discomfort? Sensing clothing and activity levels using SenseCam
S Gauthier
UC Berkeley: Behavior, Energy and Climate Change Conference, 2011
92011
Investigating the effect of CO2 concentration on reported thermal comfort
S Gauthier, B Liu, G Huebner, D Shipworth
Proceedings of CISBAT 2015: International Conference on Future Buildings …, 2015
82015
Review of methods to map people’s daily activity–application for smart homes
S Gauthier, D Shipworth
Sustainability in Energy and Buildings, 401-411, 2013
72013
Feeling the light? Impact of illumination on observed thermal comfort
GM Huebner, S Gauthier, DT Shipworth, P Raynham, W Chan
Experiencing Light 2014 : International Conference on the Effects of Light …, 2014
62014
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