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2015Learning from thermal mavericks in Australia: comfort studies in Melbourne and DarwinDaniel, L.; Williamson, T.; Soebarto, V.; Chen, D.
2015House energy rating schemes and low energy dwellings: the impact of occupant behaviours in AustraliaDaniel, L.; Soebarto, V.; Williamson, T.
2017Comfort-based performance assessment methodology for low energy residential buildings in AustraliaDaniel, L.; Williamson, T.; Soebarto, V.
2016Adaptive behaviours to achieve thermal comfort in low energy dwellings in AustraliaDaniel, L.; 50th International Conference of the Architectural Science Association (07 Dec 2016 - 09 Dec 2016 : Adelaide, South Australia)
2018More than just climate: socio-economic determinants of cold housesDaniel, L.; Baker, E.; Beer, A.; European Network of Housing Research (ENHR) (26 Jun 2018 - 26 Jun 2018 : Uppsala, Sweden)
2013Assessing the simulation capability of the accurate engine in modelling massive construction elementsDaniel, L.; Soebarto, V.; Williamson, T.; 13th Conference of the International Building Performance Simulation Association (BS) (26 Aug 2013 - 28 Aug 2013 : Chambery, France)
2016Neutral, comfort or preferred: what is a relevant model for acceptable thermal environmental conditions for low energy dwellings in Australia?Daniel, L.; Williamson, T.; Soebarto, V.; 9th Windsor Conference: Making Comfort Relevant (07 Apr 2016 - 10 Apr 2016 : Windsor, UK)
2012Evaluating the suitability of the AccuRate engine for simulation of massive construction elementsDaniel, L.; Soebarto, V.; Williamson, T.; Annual Conference of the Architectural Science Association (46th : 2012 : Gold Coast, Qld.)
2019Cold housing in mild-climate countries: a study of indoor environmental quality and comfort preferences in homes, Adelaide, AustraliaDaniel, L.; Baker, E.; Williamson, T.
2018Measuring housing affordability stress: can deprivation capture risk made real?Daniel, L.; Baker, E.; Lester, L.