Name: Zhuangbo Feng
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Professional Title: Associate professor and master advisor for the School of Architecture, Southeast University
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Research direction: Building performance simulation; Healthy-green building planning and design; Indoor air quality monitoring and control 

Zhuangbo Feng, Ph.D., associate professor of School of Architecture, Southeast University. Dr.Feng obtained bachelor's degrees(Building Environment&Equipment Engineering,International Engineering Management) from Tianjin University in 2011, and a doctor's degree from Tianjin University (Building Environment & Equipment Engineering) in 2017. During his doctoral period, he worked as visiting PhD study in University of Western Ontario in Canada. Dr. Feng has published more than 30 high-quality journal papers in the field of building physics and environment, including 15 SCI papers as the first/corresponding author (with a total of 46 impact factors), and 2 papers on action plan for excellence of Chinese Sci-tech Journals. The total number of citations is more than 500 (Google Scholar). Dr. Feng has published 2 highly cited papers of ESI, 3 most cited papers of SCI, and obtained 4 patents. As principal investigator, Dr. Feng has undertaken 4 scientific research projects such as National Natural Science Foundation of China, and won 12 awards such as grant-in-aid award of American HVAC Association and best report of International Academic Conference on Chinese energy and Artificial Environment. As the backbone of the project, he participated in two cooperative education projects of Ministry of education. Dr. Feng worked as assistant editor of Indoor and Build Environment(JCR-Q2), guest editor of Sustainable Cities and Society(JCR-Q1) and Indoor and Build Environment(JCR-Q2). At the invitation of the British Institute of engineering and Technology(IET), Dr. Feng worked as a co-editor of Building Ventilation Handbook. He is also a member of Youth Committee of China Indoor Environment and health branch, and a member of American HVAC Association.