Personal profile


Graduating in Building Technology from Southeast University, she went on to earn her Ph.D. in Building Environment from the University of New South Wales. Her primary research interests include developing daytime radiative cooling technology, understanding the interaction mechanisms between cool urban fabrics and the environment, and exploring regional strategies for mitigating urban overheating. Throughout her career, she has been involved in numerous national and international projects, research initiatives, and consultancy contracts. Recent projects include investigating the feasibility, costs, and benefits of using cool roof technologies on Australian buildings, as well as retrofitting existing buildings to adapt to global climate change and improve their energy efficiency. She has also authored and co-authored over 20 publications in a variety of academic outlets, including journals, conference proceedings, books, and reports.

Education/Academic qualification

Doctor of Philosophy, The University of New South Wales