TETSU KUBOTA

Last Updated :2020/10/08

Affiliations, Positions
Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering, Associate Professor
E-mail
tetsuhiroshima-u.ac.jp

Basic Information

Educational Backgrounds

  • Shibaura Institute of Technology, Graduate School, Division of Engineering, Division of Regional Environmental Systems, Japan, 1998/04, 2001/03
  • Shibaura Institute of Technology, Faculty of System Engineering, Department of Architecture and Environmental Systems, Japan, 1991/04, 1995/03

Academic Degrees

  • Doctor of Engineering, Shibaura Institute of Technology

Research Fields

  • Engineering;Architecture and building engineering;Architectural environment / Equipment

Research Keywords

  • Tropics|Urban heat island
  • Natural ventilation
  • Sustainable development
  • Energy-saving
  • Developing world
  • Tropics
  • Passive cooling
  • Life cycle assessment
  • Wind flow
  • Sustainable building assessment tool

Educational Activity

Course in Charge

  1. 2020, Undergraduate Education, 1Term, Research Tutorial IIB
  2. 2020, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Academic Year, Special Study of Advanced Science and Engineering Transdisciplinary Science and Engineering (Doctoral Course)
  3. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Academic Year, Special Study of Advanced Science and Engineering Transdisciplinary Science and Engineering (2020 October Master Students)
  4. 2020, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Academic Year, Special Study of Advanced Science and Engineering Transdisciplinary Science and Engineering (2020 October Doctoral Course)
  5. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Second Semester, Special Exercises of Advanced Science and Engineering Transdisciplinary Science and Engineering B
  6. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 2Term, Environmental Management
  7. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 1Term, International Environmental Cooperation Studies
  8. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Development Technology
  9. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 2Term, Sustainable Architecture A
  10. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 1Term, Sustainable Architecture B
  11. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Special Seminar for Linkage Program II
  12. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Seminar on Development Technology
  13. 2020, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , First Semester, Seminar on Development Technology I
  14. 2020, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , First Semester, Seminar on Development Technology II
  15. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Second Semester, Seminar on Development Technology
  16. 2020, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Second Semester, Seminar on Development Technology I
  17. 2020, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Second Semester, Seminar on Development Technology II

Research Activities

Academic Papers

  1. Indoor air quality and self-reported multiple chemical sensitivity in newly constructed apartments in Indonesia, Architectural Science Review, 2020
  2. Factors Affecting Residential Satisfaction in Slum Rehabilitation Housing in Mumbai, SUSTAINABILITY, 12(6), 20200302
  3. Full-scale experiment on energy-saving effects of thermal insulation for urban houses in Malaysia, IOP Conf. Series: Earth and Environmental Science, 294(012089), 1-7, 2019
  4. Field study of passive techniques and adaptive behavior in the traditional courtyard houses of Kabul, IOP Conf. Series: Earth and Environmental Scienc, 294(012039), 1-10, 2019
  5. A field experiment on green walls taking into consideration of wind flow in the hot-humid climate of Indonesia, IOP Conf. Series: Earth and Environmental Science,, 294(012088), 1-9, 2019
  6. Indoor air quality and its effects on health among urban residents in Jakarta and Surabaya, Indonesia, IOP Conf. Series: Earth and Environmental Science, 294(012096), 1-9, 2019
  7. Indoor Air Quality and Health in Newly Constructed Apartments in Developing Countries: A Case Study of Surabaya, Indonesia, ATMOSPHERE, 10(4), 201904
  8. Effects of Building Microclimate on the Thermal Environment of Traditional Japanese Houses during Hot-Humid Summer, BUILDINGS, 9(1), 201901
  9. Development of radiant floor cooling system using phase change material in the hot and humid climate of Indonesia, Proceedings of the 16th Conference of the International Society of Indoor Air Quality & Climate (Indoor Air 2020), 2020
  10. Present states of indoor air quality and health in newly constructed high-rise apartment in major cities of Indonesia, Proceedings of the 16th Conference of the International Society of Indoor Air Quality & Climate (Indoor Air 2020), Seoul, Korea, 1-5 Nov., 2020
  11. Mold, dampness and health in unplanned urban houses in the hot and humid climate of Indonesia, Proceedings of the 16th Conference of the International Society of Indoor Air Quality & Climate (Indoor Air 2020), Seoul, Korea, 1-5 Nov., 2020
  12. Low carbon affordable apartments in hot-humid climate of Indonesia: Design concept of full-scale experimental house, Proceedings of International Conference of eduARCHsia + Senvar2019, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, 2019
  13. A field experiment on window systems to achieve thermal comfort with ventilative cooling in the hot-humid climate of Indonesia, Annual Meeting, AIJ, Chiba, Japan, 8-10 Sep., 2020
  14. Effects of indoor and outdoor air pollution on respiratory health in unplanned houses of Indonesia, Annual Meeting, AIJ, Chiba, Japan, 8-10 Sep., 2020,9
  15. Effect of radiant floor cooling using phase change material on thermal comfort in hot-humid climates, Annual Meeting, AIJ, Chiba, Japan, 8-10 Sep., 2020
  16. Material inventory analysis of residential buildings in Homs, Syria for rehabilitation, Annual Meeting, AIJ, Chiba, Japan, 8-10 Sep., 2020,9
  17. Mold and dampness in unplanned urban houses in the hot and humid climate of Indonesia, Proceedings of the 19th Science Council of Asia Conference, Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar, 3-5 Dec, 2019,12
  18. CFD analysis of air flow in voids for better cross ventilation in multistory buildings in hot and humid climates, roceedings of 16th International Building Performance Simulation Association,, 2019
  19. Wind tunnel experiments on ventilation effect of void spaces for low-cost apartments in the tropics, Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Wind Engineering, 2019
  20. Effect of air movement on thermal comfort under the hot and humid climate of Malaysia, Proceedings of International Conference of eduARCHsia + Senvar2019, Yogyakarta, Indonesi, 2019
  21. Dampness, mold health conditions of residents in Kampongs: A case study of Bandung, Indonesia, Proceedings of International Conference of eduARCHsia + Senvar2019, Yogyakarta, Indonesia,, 2019
  22. Window-opening patterns and thermal comfort of residents under naturally ventilated conditions in low-cost apartments in Indonesia, Annual Meeting, AIJ, Kanazawa, Japan, 3-6 Sep., 2019
  23. Field investigation on indoor air quality and health in Kampong of Indonesia, Annual Meeting, AIJ, Kanazawa, Japan, 3-6 Sep., 2019
  24. Development of radiant floor cooling system using pahse change material under hot and humid climates,, Annual Meeting, AIJ, Kanazawa, Japan, 3-6 Sep., 2019
  25. Indoor air quality and its effects on health among urban residents in Jakarta and Surabaya, Indonesia, AIJ, 2019
  26. Green growth for emerging and developing countries in Southeast Asia, Bio City, 60-70, 20180107
  27. Indoor air quality and its effects on health in urban houses of Indonesia: a case study of Surabaya, Proceedings of International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA 2018), Hong Kong, China, 10-12 Dec.
  28. Adaptation measures of the existing residential buildings in Hanoi to counteract the effects of future urban warming, Proceedings of International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA 2018), Hong Kong, China, 10-12 Dec.
  29. Effects of wet courtyard on the thermal environment of traditional Japanese houses, Proceedings of International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA 2018), Hong Kong, China, 10-12 Dec.
  30. Household energy consumption of residential buildings in the tropics: factors affecting cooling energy, Proceedings of International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA 2018), Hong Kong, China, 10-12 Dec.
  31. Daily patterns of occupants' window-opening and air-conditioning usage in hot-humid climates of Southeast Asia., Proceedings of International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA 2018), Hong Kong, China, 10-12 Dec.
  32. Low-emission affordable apartments in Indonesia towards Paris Agreement 2030, Proceedings of 5th International Seminar on Tropical Eco-Settlements, Bali, Indonesia, 14-15 Nov.
  33. Indoor air quality and health in residential buildings in major cities of Indonesia, Proceedings of the 18th Science Council of Asia Conference, Tokyo, Japan, 5-7 Dec.
  34. Field investigation of indoor and outdoor thermal environments of traditional courtyard houses of Kabul, Afghanistan,, Annual Meeting, AIJ, Tohoku, Japan, 4-6 Sep.
  35. Factors affecting satisfaction levels in rehabilitation houses of conflict-affected communities in Central Mindanao, Philippines, Annual Meeting, AIJ, Tohoku, Japan, 4-6 Sep.
  36. Analysis of factors affecting community development in Kampung and public apartments in major cities of Indonesia, Annual Meeting, AIJ, Tohoku, Japan, 4-6 Sep.
  37. Study on openings for naturally ventilated houses that adapt to the hot and humid climate of Indonesia, Annual Meeting, AIJ, Tohoku, Japan, 4-6 Sep.
  38. Field survey on indoor air quality and health in major cities of Indonesia, Annual Meeting, AIJ, Tohoku, Japan, 4-6 Sep.
  39. Evaluation of current material stock and future demolition waste for urban residential buildings in Jakarta and Bandung, Indonesia: Embodied energy and CO2 emission analysis, Journal of Material Cycles and Waste Management, 2017
  40. Thermal functions of internal courtyards in traditional Chinese shophouses in the hot-humid climate of Malaysia, BUILDING AND ENVIRONMENT, 112, 115-131, 201702
  41. Impacts of land use changes from the Hanoi Master Plan 2030 on urban islands: Part 1. Cooling effects of proposed green strategies, Sustainable Cities and Society, 33, 295-317
  42. Impacts of land use changes from the Hanoi Master Plan 2030 on urban islands: Part 2. Influence of global warming, Sustainable Cities and Society, 31, 95-108
  43. Evaluation of current material stock and future demolition waste for urban residential buildings in Jakarta and Bandung, Indonesia: embodied energy and CO2 emission analysis, JOURNAL OF MATERIAL CYCLES AND WASTE MANAGEMENT, 19(2), 657-675, 201704
  44. Impacts of land use changes from the Hanoi Master Plan 2030 on urban heat islands: Part 2. Influence of global warmingHan, SUSTAINABLE CITIES AND SOCIETY, 31, 95-108, 2017
  45. Impacts of land use changes from the Hanoi Master Plan 2030 on urban heat islands: Part 1. Cooling effects of proposed green strategies, SUSTAINABLE CITIES AND SOCIETY, 32, 295-317, 2017
  46. Thermal functions of internal courtyards in traditional Chinese shophouses in the hot-humid climate of Malaysia, BUILDING AND ENVIRONMENT, 112, 115-131, 2017
  47. Evaluation of current material stock and future demolition waste for urban residential buildings in Jakarta and Bandung, Indonesia: embodied energy and CO2 emission analysis, JOURNAL OF MATERIAL CYCLES AND WASTE MANAGEMENT, 19(2), 657-675, 2017
  48. Impacts of land use changes from the Hanoi Master Plan 2030 on urban heat islands: Part 2. Influence of global warmingHan, SUSTAINABLE CITIES AND SOCIETY, 31, 95-108, 201705
  49. Impacts of land use changes from the Hanoi Master Plan 2030 on urban heat islands: Part 1. Cooling effects of proposed green strategies, SUSTAINABLE CITIES AND SOCIETY, 32, 295-317, 201707
  50. Life cycle assessment of energy and CO2 emissions for residential buildings in Jakarta, Indonesia, IOP Conf. Series: Materials Science and Engineering, 128, 1-8
  51. Comparative assessment of vernacular passive cooling techniques for improving indoor thermal comfort of modern terraced houses in hot-humid climate of Malaysia, SOLAR ENERGY, 114, 229-258, 2015
  52. Field investigation of indoor thermal environments in apartments of Surabaya, Indonesia: Potential passive cooling strategies for middle-class apartments, Energy Procedia, 78, 2947-2952, 2015
  53. The effects of courtyards on indoor thermal conditions of Chinese shophouse in Malacca, Procedia Engineering, 121, 468-476, 2015
  54. Application of passive cooling techniques in vernacular houses to modern urban houses: A case study of Malaysia, Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 179, 29-39, 2015
  55. Effectiveness of energy-saving renovation techniques through passive cooling for urban houses in hot-humid climate of Malaysia, Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ), 80(714), 673-683, 2015
  56. Configuration of green spaces for urban heat island mitigation and future building energy conservation in Hanoi Master Plan 2030, Buildings 2015, 5(3), 933-947, 2015
  57. Comparative assessment of vernacular passive cooling techniques for improving indoor thermal comfort of modern terraced houses in hot-humid climate of Malaysia, Solar Energy, 114, 229-258, 2015
  58. Impact of urban heat island under the Hanoi Master Plan 2030 on cooling loads in residential buildings, International Journal of Built Environment and Sustainability, 2(1), 48-61, 2015
  59. Factors affecting quality of life among residents in major cities of Indonesia, Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ), 80(711), 471-480, 2015
  60. Thermal comfort in naturally ventilated apartments in Surabaya, Indonesia, Procedia Engineering, 121, 459-467, 2015
  61. Life cycle assessment of energy and CO2 emissions for residential buildings in Jakarta and Bandung, Indonesia, Buildings 2015, 5(4), 1131-1155, 2015
  62. Development of energy-saving renovations through passive cooling techniques for urban houses in hot-humid climate of Malaysia, Nichias Technical Report, 368(1), 11-15, 2015
  63. Factors influencing window opening behavior in apartments of Surabaya: A structural equation modelling, Proceedings of 2015 TAU Conference: Mitigating and Adapting Built Environments for Climate Change in the Tropics, Jakarta, Indonesia, 20150330
  64. Configuration of green spaces for urban heat island mitigation in Hanoi Master Plan 2030, Proceedings of 2015 TAU Conference: Mitigating and Adapting Built Environments for Climate Change in the Tropics, Jakarta, Indonesia, 20150330
  65. Life cycle assessment of energy and CO2 emissions for residential buildings in Jakarta and Bandung, Indonesia, Proceedings of 2015 TAU Conference: Mitigating and Adapting Built Environments for Climate Change in the Tropics, Jakarta, Indonesia, 20150330
  66. Impacts of electrification on energy usage and lifestyle in rural areas of Cambodia, Proceedings of the 15th Science Council of Asia Broad Meeting and International Symposium, Siem Reap, Cambodia, 20150515
  67. Field investigation of indoor thermal environments in apartments of Surabaya, Indonesia: Potential passive cooling strategies for middle-class apartments, Proceedings of the 6th International Building Physics Conference, IBPC 2015, Torino, Italy, 20150614
  68. Thermal comfort in naturally ventilated apartments in Surabaya, Indonesia, Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning and the 3rd International Conference on Building Energy and Environment, ISHVAC-COBEE 2015, Tianjin, China, 20150712
  69. The effects of courtyards on indoor thermal conditions of Chinese shophouse in Malacca, Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning and the 3rd International Conference on Building Energy and Environment, ISHVAC-COBEE 2015, Tianjin, China, 20150712
  70. Urban heat islands in the future Hanoi City: Impacts on indoor thermal comfort and cooling load in residential buildings, Proceedings of 9th International Conference on Urban Climate, Toulouse, France, 20150720
  71. Comparison of land cover and land use data for urban climate modelling in Southeast Asian cities: A case study of Johor Bahru, Proceedings of 9th International Conference on Urban Climate, Toulouse, France, 20150720
  72. Integration of Singapore and Johor Bahru on urban climate during monsoon seasons, Proceedings of 9th International Conference on Urban Climate, Toulouse, France, 20150720
  73. Field investigation of indoor thermal environments in urban row houses in Hanoi: Impact of urban heat island on indoor thermal comfort, Proceedings of 7th International Conference on Sustainable Development in Building and Environment (SuDBE), Reading, UK, 20150727
  74. Impacts of land use changes on urban heat island during the monsoon seasons in Johor Bahru, Malaysia, Annual Meeting, AIJ, Kanagawa, Japan, 20150904
  75. Effect of courtyard configurations on air temperature profiles of courtyards in traditional Chinese shophouses in Malacca, Annual Meeting, AIJ, Kanagawa, Japan, 20150904
  76. Effect of whole house ventilation on indoor thermal comfort for urban houses in hot-humid climate of Malaysia, Annual Meeting, AIJ, Kanagawa, Japan, 20150904
  77. Field measurement on indoor thermal environments in middle-class apartments of Surabaya, Indonesia, Annual Meeting, AIJ, Kanagawa, Japan, 20150904
  78. Indoor thermal environments in traditional Chinese shophouses with courtyards, Proceedings of the International Joint-Conference, SENVAR-iNTA-AVAN 2015, Johor Bahru, Malaysia, 20151124
  79. Factors influencing window-opening behavior in urban residential buildings of hot-humid Southeast Asia, Proceedings of the International Joint-Conference, SENVAR-iNTA-AVAN 2015, Johor Bahru, Malaysia, 20151124
  80. Influence of existing open spaces and vacant lands on mitigation of urban heat island in Johor Bahru City, Malaysia, Proceedings of the International Joint-Conference, SENVAR-iNTA-AVAN 2015, Johor Bahru, Malaysia, 20151124
  81. Configuration of Green Spaces for Urban Heat Island Mitigation and Future Building Energy Conservation in Hanoi Master Plan 2030, BUILDINGS, 5(3), 933-947, 201509
  82. Life Cycle Assessment of Energy and CO2 Emissions for Residential Buildings in Jakarta and Bandung, Indonesia, BUILDINGS, 5(4), 1131-1155, 201512
  83. Impact of Urban Heat Island under the Hanoi Master Plan 2030 on Cooling Loads in Residential Buildings, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BUILT ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY, 2(1), 48-61, 2015
  84. A field survey of window-opening behavior and thermal conditions in apartments of Surabaya, Indonesia, Intercultural Understanding, Vol. 4, 17-25, 2014
  85. Field Investigation of Indoor Thermal Environments in Traditional Chinese Shophouses with Courtyards in Malacca, JOURNAL OF ASIAN ARCHITECTURE AND BUILDING ENGINEERING, 13(1), 247-254, 201401
  86. Environmental design consideration for courtyards in residential buildings in hot-humid climates: A review, International Journal of Built Environment and Sustainability, 1(1), 45-51, 2014
  87. Field investigation of indoor thermal environments in traditional Chinese shophouses with courtyards in Malacca, Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering, 13(1), 247-254, 2014
  88. Comprehensive analysis of passive cooling techniques in Malaysian vernacular houses: Application to modern terraced houses, Hausklima Research, 40, 1-10., 2014
  89. Window-opening behavior and environmental conditions in apartments of Surabaya, Proceedings of Annual Research Meeting, Chugoku Chapter, AIJ, Hiroshima,, Vol.37, 353-356, 20140301
  90. Passive cooling strategies for partial air-conditioning conditions in urban houses of Malaysia, Proceedings of Annual Research Meeting, Chugoku Chapter, AIJ, Hiroshima, Vol.37, 357-360, 20140301
  91. Proposal of passive cooling strategies for energy-saving renovations of urban houses in Malaysia, Proceedings of Annual Research Meeting, Chugoku Chapter, AIJ, Hiroshima, Vol.37, 361-364, 20140301
  92. Assessment of life cycle energy and CO2 emissions for residential buildings in Indonesia: a case study in Jakarta, Proceedings of Annual Research Meeting, Chugoku Chapter, AIJ, Hiroshima, Vol.37, 369-372, 20140301
  93. Analysis of factors affecting quality of life of residents in major cities of Indonesia, Proceedings of Annual Research Meeting, Chugoku Chapter, AIJ, Hiroshima, Vol.37, 373-376, 20140301
  94. Impact of green strategies proposed in the Hanoi Master Plan on its urban heat island effects through numerical simulation, Proceedings of Annual Research Meeting, Chugoku Chapter, AIJ, Hiroshima, Vol.37, 401-404, 20140301
  95. Potential application of vernacular passive cooling techniques to naturally ventilated modern terraced houses in hot-humid climate of Malaysia, ASHRAE Conference of Efficient, High Performance Building for Developing Economies, Manila, Philippines, 20140424
  96. Passive cooling strategies for terraced houses in hot-humid climate of Malaysia, Proceedings of Grand Renewable Energy 2014, Tokyo, 20140727
  97. Effect of green strategy proposed in the Hanoi Master Plan on its urban climate, Proceedings of Grand Renewable Energy 2014, Tokyo, 20140727
  98. Environmental design considerations for courtyards in hot-humid climate: A review, Proceedings of Grand Renewable Energy 2014, Tokyo, 20140727
  99. Analysis of factors affecting QOL of residents in Bandung: Towards balancing between QOL and household energy consumption, Proceedings of Grand Renewable Energy 2014, Tokyo, 20140727
  100. A field survey of window-opening behavior and environmental conditions in apartments of Surabaya, Proceedings of Grand Renewable Energy 2014, Tokyo, 20140727
  101. An adaptive thermal comfort equation for naturally ventilated buildings in hot-humid climates, Annual Meeting, AIJ, 423-426, Kobe, Japan, 20140912
  102. Analysis of household energy consumption in major cities of Indonesia: Case studies of Jakarta and Bandung, Annual Meeting, AIJ, 197-198, Kobe, Japan, 20140912
  103. Daily usage patterns of window opening behavior and thermal conditions in apartments of Surabaya, Indonesia, Annual Meeting, AIJ, 553-554, Kobe, Japan, 20140912
  104. Proposal of energy-saving renovations for urban houses in hot-humid climate of Malaysia: Part 1. Introduction, Annual Meeting, AIJ, 501-502, Kobe, Japan, 20140912
  105. Proposal of energy-saving renovations for urban houses in hot-humid climate of Malaysia: Part 2. Survey on thermal comfort for residences of terraced houses, Annual Meeting, AIJ, 503-504, Kobe, Japan, 20140912
  106. Proposal of energy-saving renovations for urban houses in hot-humid climate of Malaysia: Part 3. Passive cooling strategies, Annual Meeting, AIJ, 505-506, Kobe, Japan, 20140912
  107. Proposal of energy-saving renovations for urban houses in hot-humid climate of Malaysia: Part 4. Passive cooling strategies for partial air-conditioning, Annual Meeting, AIJ, 507-508, Kobe, Japan, 20140912
  108. Impacts of land use changes proposed in the Hanoi Master Plan on its urban heat islands: Part 1. simulation of urban climate, Annual Meeting, AIJ, 939-940, Kobe, Japan, 20140912
  109. Impacts of land use changes proposed in the Hanoi Master Plan on its urban heat islands: Part 2. Evaluation of cooling loads in residential buildings, Annual Meeting, AIJ, 941-942, Kobe, Japan, 20140912
  110. Analysis of factors affecting quality of life of residents in Bandung, Indonesia, Annual Meeting, AIJ, 59-60, Kobe, Japan, 20140912
  111. Proposal of energy-saving renovations through passive cooling strategies for urban terraced houses in hot-humid climates of Malaysia, Proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on Architectural Interchanges in Asia (ISAIA 2014), Hangzhou, China, 20141014
  112. Thermal condition of public apartment building as basic strategy for low energy consumption in Surabaya, Indonesia, The International Contemporary Urban Issues Conference, Istanbul, Turkey , 20141113
  113. Application of passive cooling techniques in vernacular houses to modern urban houses: A case study of Malaysia, Proceedings of International Conference 'Green Architecture for Sustainable Living and Environment', Denpasar-Bali, Indonesia, 20141129
  114. A comparative analysis of household energy consumption in Jakarta and Bandung, Proceedings of 30th International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA 2014), Ahmedabad, India, 20141216
  115. Life cycle energy and CO2 emissions of building materials for residential buildings in Jakarta and Bandung, Proceedings of 30th International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA 2014), Ahmedabad, India, 20141216
  116. Factors influencing window-opening behavior in apartments of Indonesia, Proceedings of 30th International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA 2014), Ahmedabad, India, 20141216
  117. The cooling effect of green strategies proposed in the Hanoi Master Plan for mitigation of urban heat island, Proceedings of 30th International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA 2014), Ahmedabad, India, 20141216
  118. Numerical simulation of passive cooling strategies for urban terraced houses in hot-humid climate of Malaysia, Proceedings of 30th International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA 2014), Ahmedabad, India, 20141216
  119. Field Investigation of Indoor Thermal Environments in Traditional Chinese Shophouses with Courtyards in Malacca, JOURNAL OF ASIAN ARCHITECTURE AND BUILDING ENGINEERING, 13(1), 247-254, 2014
  120. Development of an adaptive thermal comfort equation for naturally ventilated buildings in hot-humid climates using ASHRAE RP-884 database, Frontiers of Architectural Research, 2(3), 278-291, 2013
  121. Life cycle energy and CO2 emissions of residential buildings in Bandung, Indonesia, Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 689, 54-59, 2013
  122. Development of an environment education program using place-based outdoor learning for elementary school children in Malaysia: a pilot project in Johor Bahru, Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ), 78(684), 203-212, 2013
  123. Field measurement on thermal comfort in traditional Malay houses, AIJ Journal of Technology and Design, 19(41), 219-224, 2013
  124. Future development of environmental engineering to Southeast Asian countries, in Symposium 'Interdisciplinary approaches and state of arts in the field of Environmental Engineering from the viewpoints of scholars under 40', Annual Meeting, AIJ, Hokkaido, Japan, 45-48, 201309
  125. Assessment of life cycle energy and CO2 emissions for urban houses in Jakarta, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Hokkaido, Japan, Vol.D1, 989-990, 201309
  126. Effects of natural ventilation and thermal insulation on indoor thermal environment in urban houses of Malaysia: potential of passive cooling houses under the influence of urban heat islands in the tropics, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Hokkaido, Japan, Vol.D1, 527-528, 201309
  127. Effects of courtyards on indoor thermal environment in traditional Chinese shophouses in Malacca, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Hokkaido, Japan, Vol.D1, 529-530, 201309
  128. Factors affecting the quality of life of urban residents in developing countries: a case study of Bandung, Indonesia, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Hokkaido, Japan, Vol.D1, 15-16, 201309
  129. Impact of the green strategy proposed in the Hanoi master plan on urban heat island effects, Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Sustainable Environmental and Architecture (SENVAR), Aceh, Indonesia, 20131107
  130. Factors affecting quality of life of residents in major cities of Indonesia: A case study of Bandung, Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Sustainable Environmental and Architecture (SENVAR), Aceh, Indonesia, 20131107
  131. A comparative study of the indoor thermal environments of naturally ventilated modern and traditional houses in hot-humid climate of Malaysia, Proceedings of the 2nd Southeast Asian Housing Forum 2013, Johor Bahru, Malaysia, 20131211
  132. Development of a simplified LCA model for residential buildings in Indonesia: a pilot survey in Bandung, AIJ Journal of Technology and Design, 18(40), 1003-1008, 2012
  133. A pilot survey on building materials and household energy consumption in Bandung: developing a simplified life cycle assessment model for residential buildings in Indonesia, Proceedings of Annual Research Meeting, Chugoku Chapter, AIJ, Hiroshima, Vol.35, 357-360, 20120303
  134. An evaluation of the passive cooling strategies of traditional Malay houses in hot-humid climate of Malaysia, Proceedings of Annual Research Meeting, Chugoku Chapter, AIJ, Hiroshima, Vol.35, 441-444, 20120303
  135. Numerical simulation of passive cooling techniques for residential buildings in hot-humid climate of Malaysia, Proceedings of Annual Research Meeting, Chugoku Chapter, AIJ, Hiroshima, Vol.35, 445-448, 20120303
  136. Children's participation in urban heat island mitigation strategies in developing countries: a case study of Johor Bahru, Malaysia, Proceedings of Annual Research Meeting, Chugoku Chapter, AIJ, Hiroshima, Vol.35, 497-500, 20120303
  137. The effects of thermal insulation and exhaust fan on indoor thermal environment in Malaysian terraced houses, Proceedings of 5th International Building Physics Conference (IBPC), Kyoto, 20120328
  138. Analysis of outdoor microclimatic factors influencing indoor thermal environment of traditional Malay houses in Malaysia, Proceedings of 5th International Building Physics Conference (IBPC), Kyoto, 20120328
  139. Development of a life cycle assessment model for residential buildings in Indonesia: a pilot survey in Bandung, Proceedings of 5th International Building Physics Conference (IBPC), Kyoto, 20120328
  140. Cooling effects of courtyards in traditional Chinese shop houses in Malacca, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Nagoya, Japan, Vol.D1, 539-540, 201209
  141. Assessment of UHI effects due to land-use changes proposed in the Hanoi master plan, Proceedings of the 6th Japanese-German Meeting on Urban Climatology, Hiroshima, Japan, 20120921
  142. The climate factors that affect UHI intensities in the tropics: a case study of Johor Bahru, Malaysia, Proceedings of the 6th Japanese-German Meeting on Urban Climatology, Hiroshima, Japan, 20120921
  143. Reanalysing the ASHRAE RP-884 database to determine thermal comfort criteria for naturally ventilated buildings in hot-humid climate, Proceedings of 28th International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA 2012), Lima, Peru, 20121107
  144. Life cycle energy and CO2 emissions in unplanned residential buildings of Indonesia, a case study in Bandung, Proceedings of 28th International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA 2012), Lima, Peru, 20121107
  145. Energy consumption and air-conditioning usage in residential buildings of Malaysia, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 17(3), 61-69, 2011
  146. Transitional lifestyle and energy consumption changes in the relocation of slum dwellers of Tacloban city, Philippines, Proceedings of the 42th Research Meeting (Spring), Japan Society of Civil Engineering, Tsukuba, Japan, 20110528
  147. A review of thermal comfort criteria for naturally ventilated buildings in hot-humid climate with reference to the adaptive model, Proceedings of 27th International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA 2011), Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, 20110713
  148. Children's participation in urban heat island mitigation strategies in Malaysia, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Tokyo, Japan, Vol.D1, 201108
  149. Analysis of climatic conditions affecting urban heat island intensity in Johor Bahru, Malaysia, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Tokyo, Japan, Vol.D1, 201108
  150. Development of comprehensive passive cooling technique for terraced houses in hot-humid climate of Malaysia, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Tokyo, Japan, Vol.D1, 201108
  151. Analysis of lifestyle changes in the relocated slum dwellers of Tacloban city, Philippines specially focusing on the energy consumption pattern, Proceedings of 11th International Congress of Asian Planning Schools Association (APSA 2011), Tokyo, 19-21, 201109
  152. Developing a participatory workshop method for use with children in urban heat island mitigation strategies in Malaysia, Proceedings of 11th International Congress of Asian Planning Schools Association (APSA 2011), Tokyo, 20110919
  153. Local wisdom in Malaysian vernacular architecture: comparison of thermal environment between traditional and modern houses, Proceedings of the 12th International Seminar on Sustainable Environmental Architecture (SENVAR), Malang, Indonesia, 20111110
  154. Potential of passive cooling techniques for modern houses in tropical climate of Malaysia: analysis of indoor thermal environment with various ventilation strategies, International Journal of Ventilation, 9(1), 11-23, 2010
  155. Potential of Passive Cooling Techniques for Modern Houses in the Tropical Climate of Malaysia - Analysis of the Indoor Thermal Environment for Various Ventilation Strategies, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF VENTILATION, 9(1), 11-23, 20100601
  156. Potential of Passive Cooling Techniques for Modern Houses in the Tropical Climate of Malaysia - Analysis of the Indoor Thermal Environment for Various Ventilation Strategies, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF VENTILATION, 9(1), 11-23, 201006
  157. Usage patterns of household appliances and energy-saving effects by reducing air-conditioning in residential buildings of Malaysia, Proceedings of the 41th Research Meeting (Spring), Japan Society of Civil Engineering, Nagoya, Japan, 20100605
  158. A field measurement of temperature distribution in Johor Bahru, Malaysia: a preliminary study of mitigation measures for urban heat island in the tropics, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Toyama, Japan, Vol.D1, 919-920, 201009
  159. A survey of household energy consumption in Johor Bahru, Malaysia: energy saving strategies for reducing usage of air-conditioners in the tropics, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Toyama, Japan, Vol.D1, 675-676, 201009
  160. Comparison of assessment tools for sustainable architecture in India nad Hong Kong, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Toyama, Japan, Vol.D1, 1191-1192, 201009
  161. Energy consumption and air-conditioning usage in residential buildings of Malaysia, Proceedings of the 11th International Seminar on Sustainable Environmental Architecture (SENVAR), Surabaya, Indonesia,, 20101014
  162. A review of adaptive model of thermal comfort for naturally ventilated buildings in hot-humid climate, Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on Architectural Interchanges in Asia (ISAIA), Kita-Kyusyu, Japan,, 20101109
  163. Passive cooling methods for modern houses in hot-humid climate of Malaysia with special focus on night ventilation technique, Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on Architectural Interchanges in Asia (ISAIA), Kita-Kyusyu, Japan,, 20101109
  164. Potential of Passive Cooling Techniques for Modern Houses in the Tropical Climate of Malaysia - Analysis of the Indoor Thermal Environment for Various Ventilation Strategies, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF VENTILATION, 9(1), 11-23, 2010
  165. The effects of night ventilation technique on indoor thermal environment for residential buildings in hot-humid climate of Malaysia, Energy and Buildings, 41(8), 829-839, 2009
  166. The effectiveness of night ventilation technique for residential buildings in hot-humid climate of Malaysia (in Japanese with English summary), Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ), 74(635), 89-95, 2009
  167. ★, Spatial characteristics of urban heat island in Johor Bahru city, Malaysia, Proceedings of the 3rd Symposium of South East Asian Technical University Consortium (SEATUC), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, 39-44, 20090201
  168. Spatial characteristics of urban heat island in Johor Bahru city, Malaysia, Proceedings of the 3rd Symposium of South East Asian Technical University Consortium (SEATUC), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, 20090225
  169. ★, Analysis of night ventilation potential for residential buildings in hot-humid climate of Malaysia, Proceedings of Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA 2009), University Laval, Canada, 404-409, 20090601
  170. Analysis of night ventilation potential for residential buildings in hot-humid climate of Malaysia, Proceedings of Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA 2009), University Laval, Canada, , 20090622
  171. ★, The effects of night ventilation technique on indoor thermal environment for residential buildings in hot-humid climate of Malaysia, ENERGY AND BUILDINGS, 41(8), 829-839, 200908
  172. Thermal comfort in naturally ventilated residential buildings in hot-humid climate of Malaysia: a comparison of thermal environment evaluation using ACS and SET*, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Tohoku, Japan, Vol.D2, 511-512, 200909
  173. The effects of night ventilation technique on indoor thermal environment for residential buildings in hot-humid climate of Malaysia, ENERGY AND BUILDINGS, 41(8), 829-839, 2009
  174. Wind tunnel tests on the relationship between density and pedestrian-level wind velocity: development of guidelines for realizing acceptable wind environment in residential neighborhoods, Building and Environment, 43(10), 1699-1708, 2008
  175. Night ventilation for Malaysian terraced houses, passive cooling methods for reducing air-conditioning in the tropics, Proceedings of the 2nd Symposium of South East Asian Technical University Consortium (SEATUC), Institute Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia, 20080226
  176. Planning methods of residential neighborhoods for achieving acceptable wind environment under local climatic conditions: a comparison of Japanese and Malaysian cases, Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Advances in Wind and Structures (AWAS), Jeju, Korea, 20080529
  177. ★, Wind tunnel tests on the relationship between building density and pedestrian-level wind velocity: Development of guidelines for realizing acceptable wind environment in residential neighborhoods, Building and Environment, 43(10), 1699-1708, 20081001
  178. Passive cooling of residential buildings in hot-humid climate of Malaysia: Night ventilation technique, Proceedings of the 9th International Seminar on Sustainable Environmental Architecture (SENVAR), Universiti Teknologi Mara, Malaysia,, 20081201
  179. Thermal environment of two terraced houses in Johor Bahru, Malaysia (in Japanese with English summary), AIJ Journal of Technology and Design, 13(26), 647-651, 2007
  180. A field experiment on the cooling effect of night ventilation in Malaysian Terraced Houses, Jurnal Alam Bina, 9(4), 53-65, 2007
  181. A survey on the thermal environment of two terraced houses in Johor Bahru, Malaysia, Proceedings of the 2nd Symposium of South East Asian Technical University Consortium (SEATUC), Institute Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia, 305-308, 200703
  182. A field survey on usage of air-conditioners and windows in apartment houses in Johor Bahru City (in Japanese with English summary), Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ), 83-89, 200707
  183. Towards developing international degree program, a case study of the Shibaura Institute of Technology-Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Hybrid Twinning Program, Proceedings of the 3rd Asia Pacific Professional Leaders in Education, Hong Kong, 20070711
  184. A field experiment on the cooling effect of night ventilation in Malaysian Terraced Houses, Proceedings of the 3rd Postgraduate Seminar, Faculty of Built Environment, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, 20070903
  185. Questionnaire survey on usage for air-conditioners and windows in residential areas in Johor Bahru, Malaysia, Proceedings of the 3rd Seminar of JSPS-VCC, Group VII, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, 20070909
  186. Usage patterns for air-conditioners and windows in residential areas in Johor Bahru City, Malaysia, Proceedings of the Malaysia-Japan International Symposium on Advanced Technology 2007, Seri Pacific Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 20071112
  187. Assessment of thermal comfort in Malaysian terraced houses under night-ventilated condition, Proceedings of the International Conference on Built Environment in Developing Countries (ICBEDC 2007), Universiti Sains Malaysia, 20071203
  188. Wind environment evaluation of neighborhood areas in major towns of Malaysia, Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering, 5(1), 199-206, 200605
  189. The standards of gross buildings coverage ratio in consideration of wind flow, Paper for the Symposium on the Urban Ventilation/Wind Flow and Wind Corridor, the 15th Symposium on the Air Environment, AIJ, Tokyo, Japan, 55-62, 200609
  190. A field survey on usage of air-conditioners and windows in terraced house areas in Johor Bahru City (in Japanese with English summary), Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ), 81-87, 200610
  191. Usage of air-conditioners and windows in residential areas in Johor Bahru City: planning methods of coastal residential areas in consideration of wind flow, Proceedings of the 7th International Seminar on Sustainable Environmental Architecture (SENVAR), Hasanuddin University Makassar Indonesia, 200611
  192. Energy-saving strategies in Malaysian residential areas: usage of air-conditioners and windows, Proceedings of the Seminar in Tokyo Academic, Industry & Cultural Integration Tour 2006, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Saitama, Japan, 200612
  193. A living environment evaluation method based on the residents' participation using the "living environment map": development of improvement systems for the living environment by a residents' association through preparing the "living environment map" part 1 (in Japanese with English summary), Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ), 89-97, 200505
  194. A supporting method for living environment measurements with residents' participation part 2 (in Japanese with English summary), Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ), 95-102, 200507
  195. Energy efficient city in Malaysia: wind flow in neighborhood areas, Proceedings of the 6th International Seminar on Sustainable Environmental Architecture (SENVAR), Bandung, Indonesia, 200509
  196. Questionnaire survey on behavior for natural ventilation and electricity consumption in terraced houses: a case study of Johor Bahru City, Asian Planning Schools Association (APSA) Conference 2005, Penang, Malaysia, 200509
  197. Present state and future challenges on urban environment in Malaysia, Paper for Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan (AIJ), Kinki University, Japan, 200509
  198. Standard for neighborhood planning in consideration of wind flow: wind environmental evaluation in major cities of Japan, International Symposium on Sustainable Development of Asia City Environment, Xi'an, China, 200511
  199. Analysis of wind flow in residential areas of Johor Bahru City, Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering, 4(1), 209-216, 200605
  200. Planning guidelines for energy saving city in Johor Bahru: wind flows in residential areas, RMC Research Report, vot.75044, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, 200403
  201. Measurement of the wind flow in residential areas of Johor Bahru metropolitan city: toward planning guidelines for energy saving city in Malaysia, Proceedings of the National Symposium on the Dynamics of Urban Society: Towards Achieving Sustainable Quality of Life, PJ Hilton, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 200405
  202. Wind environment evaluation in neighborhood residential areas in Malaysia, Proceedings of the 5th International Seminar on Sustainable Environmental Architecture (SENVAR), Johor Bahru, Malaysia, 200412
  203. Residents' consciousness for sunshine in commercial districts, Paper for the Symposium on the Sunshine Issues in the Apartment Houses of Commercial Districts, AIJ, Tokyo, Japan, 200308
  204. Results of the long term survey and the survey of summer on the indoor thermal environment: examine on the achievement of design intention of MIZUHO day care center for handicapped children based on the field survey part 1, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Nagoya, Japan, Vol.D1, 935-936, 200309
  205. Results of the survey of winter on the indoor thermal environment: examine on the achievement of design intention of MIZUHO day care center for handicapped children based on the field survey part 2, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Nagoya, Japan, Vol.D1, 937-938, 200309
  206. Flow of a series of studies and field survey on the living environment by residents' action in the district with a planning of trunk road: a study on the supporting method for improving own living environment based on the collaborative survey and making the living environmental map with the residents' association part 1, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Nagoya, Japan, Vol.D1, 863-864, 200309
  207. A field survey on the living environment by residents' action and a discussion with residents in the district with a planning of trunk road: a study on the supporting method for improving own living environment based on the collaborative survey and making the living environmental map with the residents' association part 2, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Nagoya, Japan, Vol.D1, 865-866, 200309
  208. A field survey on the living environment with the residents' association in the housing complex LM: a study on the supporting method for improving own living environment based on the collaborative survey and making the living environmental map with the residents' association part 3, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Nagoya, Japan, Vol.D1, 867-868, 200309
  209. A field survey on illuminance of the streetlights, a questionnaire survey and a discussion with residents in the apartment house LM: a study on the supporting method for improving own living environment based on the collaborative survey and making the living environmental map with the residents' association part 4, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Nagoya, Japan, Vol.D1, 869-870, 200309
  210. A study on the simplified generating method of the boundary condition of the ground surface for CFD simulation of the wind velocity and the temperature in the area of district scale: a study on the supporting method for improving own living environment based on the collaborative survey and making the living environmental map with the residents' association part 5, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Nagoya, Japan, Vol.D1, 871-872, 200309
  211. Anticipation of the wind direction and the wind velocity by CFD simulation and the responses from the residents' association for the results in the apartment house LM: a study on the supporting method for improving own living environment based on the collaborative survey and making the living environmental map with the residents' association part 6, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Nagoya, Japan, Vol.D1, 873-874, 200309
  212. A field survey on the living environment by residents in the district with Gaikando: a study on the supporting method for improving own living environment based on the collaborative survey and making the living environmental map with the residents' association part 7, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Nagoya, Japan, Vol.D1, 875-876, 200309
  213. A field survey on the living environment by residents and a discussion with residents in the district with Gaikando: a study on the supporting method for improving own living environment based on the collaborative survey and making the living environmental map with the residents' association part 8, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Nagoya, Japan, Vol.D1, 877-878, 200309
  214. A questionnaire survey in residents' associations of the Kawaguchi city, Vol.D1, 879-880, 200309
  215. A survey on the residents' consciousness for the living environment in the apartment houses which are going to be replaced and the apartment houses which have been replaced, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Nagoya, Japan, Vol.D1, 883-884, 200309
  216. Standards of gross buildings coverage ratio in major cities for the planning of residential area in consideration of wind flow: effects of arrangement and structural patterns of buildings on the nature of regional wind flow part2 (in Japanese with English summary), Journal of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ), 107-114, 200206
  217. Wind tunnel tests on the regional wind flow in the high-density areas in commercial districts, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Kanazawa, Japan, Vol.D1, 869-870, 200208
  218. A questionnaire survey for the self-governing body in the old Omiya city and selecting a self-governing body for the case study: a study on the creation technique and its availability of the living environment map at a district scale based on a cooperation with the self-governing body part 1, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Kanazawa, Japan, Vol.D1, 891-892, 200208
  219. A field survey on the noise and a wind tunnel test in the self-governing body of the Horinouchi district: a study on the creation technique and its availability of the living environment map at a district scale based on a cooperation with the self-governing body part 2, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Kanazawa, Japan, Vol.D1, 893-894, 200208
  220. A field survey on concentration of the nitrogen dioxide, traffic and illumination of the streetlight in the self-governing body of the Horinouchi district: a study on the creation technique and its availability of the living environment map at a district scale based on a cooperation with the self-governing body part 3, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Kanazawa, Japan, Vol.D1, 895-896, 200208
  221. A questionnaire survey and a discussion with residents in the self-governing body of the Horinouchi district: a study on the creation technique and its availability of the living environment map at a district scale based on a cooperation with the self-governing body part 4, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Kanazawa, Japan, Vol.D1, 897-898, 200208
  222. A study on the literature concerning the measurements on a surface temperature in the exterior space: a study on the creation technique and its availability of the living environment map at a district scale based on a cooperation with the self-governing body part 5, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Kanazawa, Japan, Vol.D1, 899-900, 200208
  223. A field survey on the noise and residents' consciousness along the elevated railroad of JR Musashino line, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Kanazawa, Japan, Vol.D1, 249-250, 200208
  224. Measurement on concentration of the nitrogen dioxide using small measuring capsules around arterial roads in Saitama prefecture, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Kanazawa, Japan, Vol.D1, 875-876, 200208
  225. A study on the planning methods of residential areas in consideration of wind flow for a sustainable city: wind tunnel tests on the wind flow in the residential areas of Tokyo, Proceedings of National Seminar on Environmental Planning 2002, International Islamic University Malaysia, Malaysia, 200209
  226. A field survey on sunshine and residents' consciousness in commercial district: a study to residents in mid-to-high-rise apartment houses in the commercial district near Kawaguchi station (in Japanese with English summary), Journal of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ), 89-96, 200212
  227. A study on the planning theory of living environment in urban areas by considering multiple environmental factors, Doctoral Thesis (unpublished) (in Japanese with English summary), Shibaura Institute of Technology (Tokyo), 200103
  228. Survey on awareness concerning actual state of opening-closing of residential windows in the commercial area near Kawaguchi station, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Tokyo, Japan, Kanazawa, Japan, Vol.D1, 183-184, 200109
  229. The wind tunnel tests in high-density areas which contain variously height buildings, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Tokyo, Japan, Vol.D1, 649-650, 200109
  230. Measurement of the perpendicular distribution of sound level in the apartment houses on the platform building, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Tokyo, Japan, Vol.D1, 143-144, 200109
  231. Measurement of the sound level along elevated railroads in Saitama prefecture, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Tokyo, Japan, Vol.D1, 261-262, 200109
  232. Examination of the creation technique and its availability of the environmental map of a district scale, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Tokyo, Japan, Vol.D1, 917-918, 200109
  233. Survey on awareness concerning actual states of urban infrastructures in five cities of Saitama prefecture, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Tokyo, Japan, Vol.D1, 653-654, 200109
  234. Wind tunnel tests on the nature of wind flow in the 270 square meters residential area, using the real model: effects of arrangement and structural patterns of buildings on the nature of regional wind flow part 1 (in Japanese with English summary), Journal of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ), 109-116, 200003
  235. Measuring the wind flow in the residential areas in Tokyo for improving environmental quality, Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Quality of Life in Cities 21st Century, Vol.1, School of Buildings and Real Estate, National University of Singapore, Singapore, 200003
  236. Field survey on the noise due to construction work of the high school in Saitama, Proceedings of the Third Meeting of the General Management Section of Saitama Prefecture Government, Saitama, Japan, 1-53, 200003
  237. A survey on the background noise in the commercial area near Kawaguchi station for the promotion of urban residence, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Utsunomiya, Japan, Vol.D1, 161-162, 200009
  238. Wind tunnel tests in residential areas which contain variously mixed mid and high-rise apartment houses, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Utsunomiya, Japan, Vol.D1, 1153-1154, 200009
  239. Inhabitant's consciousness and a survey of sunshine environment of multiple dwelling houses in commercial district, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Utsunomiya, Japan, Vol.D1, 433-434, 200009
  240. Evaluation of sprawled residential areas based on survey for actual states of urban infrastructures in Saitama prefecture, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Utsunomiya, Japan, Vol.D1, 697-698, 200009
  241. Proposal of environment evaluation method by monitors enlisted from citizens (in Japanese with English summary), Journal of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ), 45-52, 200012
  242. An environment evaluation of residential areas in Tokyo metropolitan area by monitors enlisted from citizens: through some case study on Saitama prefecture, Proceedings of the Meeting of the Forum on Environmental Studies in Saitama, Saitama Prefecture Government, Saitama, Japan, 90-98, 199902
  243. Field survey on the noise due to construction work of the high school in Saitama (in Japanese), Research Organization for Advanced Engineering of Shibaura Institute of Technology and Saitama Prefecture Government, 180, 199909
  244. A result of three questionnaires for monitors enlisted from citizens: an environment evaluation of Hanyu city by monitors enlisted from citizens part 1, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Kinki, Japan, Vol.D1, 1029-1030, 199909
  245. Approach to local environmental problems from monitors by quantitative analysis of significant words: an environment evaluation of Hanyu city by monitors enlisted from citizens part 2, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Kinki, Japan, Vol.D1, 1031-1032, 199909
  246. Wind tunnel tests for districts which contain agricultural lands in urbanization promotion areas, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Kinki, Japan, Vol.D1, 913-914, 199909
  247. A distribution and a survey on sunshine of houses of complex residential and commercial buildings in Kawaguchi in commercial districts, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Kinki, Japan, Vol.D1, 931-932, 199909
  248. Changes in the number of detached houses in commercial district in Kawaguchi city and kumagaya city, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Kinki, Japan, Vol.D1, 933-934, 199909
  249. A field survey of present state of environmental map maintenance in local governments in Saitama prefecture, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Kinki, Japan, Vol.D1, 1047-1048, 199909
  250. Environment evaluation of sayama city by monitors enlisted from citizens, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Hukuoka, Japan, Vol.D1, 955-956, 199809
  251. Evaluation of wind flow in residential areas by wind tunnel tests, Proceedings of the Symposium on Modeling and Planning for Urban Heat Environment, Architectural Institute of Japan, Kyushu Japan, 141-152, 199811
  252. Scale and number of closed surfaces of cubes as an index of congestion with buildings (in Japanese with English summary), Journal of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ), 75-81, 199707
  253. Method for quantitative analysis on closeness of ground surface in exterior space: scale and number of closed surfaces of cubes as an index of congestion with buildings No.3, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Chiba, Japan, Vol.D1, 537-538, 199709
  254. Relation between number of interior space and semi-closed space and average number of closed surfaces in 150m mesh: scale and number of closed surfaces of cubes as an index of congestion of buildings No.2, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Shiga, Japan, Vol.D1, 975-976, 199609
  255. Scale and number of closed surfaces of cubes as an index of congestion of buildings, Summary of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting, AIJ, Hokkaido, Japan, Vol.D1, 979-980, 199508
  256. 41206 An Adaptive Thermal Comfort Equation for Naturally Ventilated Buildings in Hot-Humid Climates, Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting, 2014(0), 423-426, 20140912
  257. 41239 Proposal of Energy-saving Renovations for Urban Houses in Hot-Humid Climate of Malaysia : Part1 Introduction, Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting, 2014(0), 501-502, 20140912
  258. 41240 Proposal of Energy-saving Renovations for Urban Houses in Hot-Humid Climate of Malaysia : Part2 Questionnaire Survey on Residents of Terraced Houses, Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting, 2014(0), 503-504, 20140912
  259. 41265 Daily Usage Patterns of Window Opening Behavior and Thermal Conditions in Apartments of Surabaya, Indonesia, Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting, 2014(0), 553-554, 20140912
  260. 40030 Analysis of Factors Affecting Quality of Life of Residents in Bandung, Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting, 2014(0), 59-60, 20140912
  261. 40449 Impacts of Land Use Changes Proposed in the Hanoi Master Plan on its Urban Heat Islands : Part 1. Simulation of urban climate, Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting, 2014(0), 939-940, 20140912
  262. 40450 Impacts of Land Use Changes Proposed in the Hanoi Master Plan on its Urban Heat Islands : Part 2. Evaluation of cooling loads in residential buildings, Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting, 2014(0), 941-942, 20140912
  263. 41091 The Thermal Environment of Apartment for Middle Class in Surabaya, Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting, 2015(0), 191-192, 20150904
  264. 41258 Effects of Courtyards Form on Indoor Thermal Formation in Traditional Chinese Shophouses in Malacca, Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting, 2015(0), 533-534, 20150904
  265. 41260 Effect of Whole House Ventilation on Indoor Thermal Comfort for Urban Houses in Hot-Humid Climate of Malaysia, Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting, 2015(0), 537-538, 20150904
  266. 40337 Impacts of land use changes on urban heat island during the monsoon seasons in Johor Bahru, Malaysia, Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting, 2015(0), 707-708, 20150904
  267. FACTORS AFFECTING QUALITY OF LIFE AMONG RESIDENTS IN MAJOR CITIES OF INDONESIA, J. Environ. Eng., 80(711), 471-480, 2015
  268. EFFECTIVENESS OF ENERGY-SAVING RENOVATION TECHNIQUES THROUGH PASSIVE COOLING FOR URBAN HOUSES IN HOT-HUMID CLIMATE OF MALAYSIA, J. Environ. Eng., 80(714), 673-683, 2015
  269. 41241 Proposal of Energy-saving Renovations for Urban Houses in Hot-Humid Climate of Malaysia : Part3 Passive Cooling Strategies, Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting, 2014(0), 505-506, 20140912
  270. 41242 Proposal of Energy-saving Renovations for Urban Houses in Hot-Humid Climate of Malaysia : Part4 Passive Cooling Strategies for Partial Air-Conditoning, Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting, 2014(0), 507-508, 20140912
  271. Investigation of indoor air quality and occupants’ health in houses in major cities of Indonesia, Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning, 2019

Publications such as books

  1. 2018/06/21, Sustainable Houses and Living in the Hot-Humid Climates of Asia, Provides information on the latest research findings concerning sustainable houses and living in rapidly growing, hot and humid Asian cities, Springer Singapore, 2018, June, Scholarly Book, Joint work, English, 978-981-10-8464-5 , 978-981-10-8465-2, 559
  2. Indoor thermal environments and design problems of high-rise apartments in hot-humid climate of Indonesia, UPI Press, 2018, Joint work, Alfata, M.N.F.,Kubota, T., 978-602-5
  3. 2018, Equality and Justice in Urban Housing Development, Low-emission affordable apartments in Indonesia towards Paris Agreement 2030, Chapter 12, Scholarly Book, Joint work, English, Alfata, M.N.F., 978-602-5
  4. Sustainable Houses and Living in the Hot-Humid Climates of Asia, Introduction, Chapter 1, Springer, 2018, Scholarly Book, Joint work, English
  5. 2018, Sustainable Houses and Living in the Hot-Humid Climates of Asia, Indonesia: Dutch colonial buildings, Chapter 2, Springer, 2018, Scholarly Book, Joint work, English, Widowo, A.S., Alfata, M.N.F.
  6. 2018, Sustainable Houses and Living in the Hot-Humid Climates of Asia, Window-opening behaviour in hot and humid climates of Southeast Asia, Chapter 22, Springer, 2018, Scholarly Book, Joint work, English, Mori, H., Arethusa, M.T.
  7. Sustainable Houses and Living in the Hot-Humid Climates of Asia, Household energy consumption and CO2 emissions for residential buildings in Jakarta and Bandung of Indonesia, Chapter 32, Springer, 2018, Scholarly Book, Joint work, English, Surahman, U.
  8. 2018, Sustainable Houses and Living in the Hot-Humid Climates of Asia, Household energy consumption in slum areas: a case study of Tacloban City, Philippines, Chapter 36, Springer, 2018, Scholarly Book, Joint work, English, Oliva, E.C.
  9. 2018, Sustainable Houses and Living in the Hot-Humid Climates of Asia, Thermal function of internal courtyards in traditional Chinese shophouses in Malaysia, Chapter 37, Springer, 2018, Scholarly Book, Joint work, English, Zakaria, M.A., Toe, D.H.C.
  10. 2018, Sustainable Houses and Living in the Hot-Humid Climates of Asia, Indoor thermal environments in apartments of Surabaya, Indonesia, Chapter 40, Springer, 2018, Scholarly Book, Joint work, English, Alfata, M.N.F., Arethusa, M.T., Uno, T., Antaryama, I.G.N., Ekasiwi, S.N.N., Nugroho, A.M.
  11. 2018, Sustainable Houses and Living in the Hot-Humid Climates of Asia, Energy-saving experimental house in hot-humid climate of Malaysia, Chapter 43, 2018, Scholarly Book, Joint work, English, Zakaria, M.A., Ahmad, M.H., Toe, D.H.C.
  12. 2018, Sustainable Houses and Living in the Hot-Humid Climates of Asia, Urban climate challenges in Hanoi: urban heat islands and global warming, Chapter 48, Springer, 2018, Scholarly Book, Joint work, English, Trihamdani, A.R., Lee, H.S., Iizuka, S., Phuong, T.T.T.
  13. 2018, Green growth for emerging and developing countries in Southeast Asia, Scholarly Book, Single work, english
  14. 2013/09, Balancing QOL and Energy Consumption in Major Cities of Indonesia, Journal of Asian Urbanism, 2013, Sep., Kubota, T., Surahman, U., 3
  15. 2000/08, Planning of residential area in consideration of wind flow (in Japanese), Chapter 6, The environmental planning of suburban residence, AIJ, 2000, Aug., Kubota, T., 11

Invited Lecture, Oral Presentation, Poster Presentation

  1. Indoor air quality and its effects on health in urban houses of Indonesia: a case study of Surabaya, Kubota, T., Sani, H.A., Hildebrandt S., Surahman U., Paramita, B., Ray, H.R.D., International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA 2018), Hong Kong, China, 2018/12/10, Without Invitation, English, Hong Kong, China
  2. Low-emission affordable apartments in Indonesia towards Paris Agreement 2030, Kubota, T, Alfata, M.N.F., 5th International Seminar on Tropical Eco-Settlements, 2018/11/14, Without Invitation, English, Bali, Indonesia
  3. Indoor air quality and health in residential buildings in major cities of Indonesia, Kubota, T., Hildebrandt S., Sani, H.A., Surahman U., the 18th Science Council of Asia Conference, 2018/12/05, Without Invitation, Japanese, tokyo
  4. Field survey on indoor air quality and health in major cities of Indonesia, Kubota Tetsu, Sani, H.A., Hildebrandt S., Surahman U., Ray, H.R.D., Paramita, B., annual meeting, 2018/09/04, Without Invitation, Japanese, AIJ, tohoku, japan
  5. Energy-saving modification techniques for modern houses in the hot-humid climates of Malaysia, Proceedings of HABITechno 3 International Conference, 2017/11/11, With Invitation, English, HABITechno International Conference ORGANIZING COMMITTEE, Bandung, Indonesia
  6. Full-scale experiments on energy-saving modification for existing urban houses in Malaysia: Part 1. Numerical simulation on optimum combinations of passive cooling techniques, Annual Meeting, AIJ, 2017/08/31, Without Invitation, English
  7. Full-scale experiments on energy-saving modification for existing urban houses in Malaysia: Part 2. Results of full-scale experiments, Annual Meeting, AIJ, 2017/08/31, Without Invitation, English
  8. Analysis of factors affecting the occurrence of dengue fever in major cities of Southeast Asia, Annual Meeting, AIJ, 2017/08/31, Without Invitation, English
  9. Impacts of urban warming on indoor thermal comfort and cooling load in urban houses for the 2030s: A case study of Hanoi, Vietnam, Annual Meeting, AIJ, 2017/08/31, Without Invitation, English
  10. Full-scale experiment on energy-saving modification for urban houses in hot-humid climate of Malaysia, 2017/07/03, Without Invitation, English, Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA)
  11. The effects of veranda space on indoor thermal environments in Dutch colonial buildings in Bandung, Indonesia, Proceedings of International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA 2017), 2017/07/03, Without Invitation, English, Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA), Edinburgh, U.K.
  12. Factors affecting the energy consumption for space heating of residential buildings in Tashkent region, Uzbekistan, Proceedings of International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA 2017), 2017/07/03, Without Invitation, English, Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA 2017), Edinburgh, U.K.
  13. Application of passive cooling techniques in vernacular houses to modern urban houses: A case study of Malaysia, Tetsu Kubota, International Conference 'Green Architecture for Sustainable Living and Environment', 2014/11/29, With Invitation, English, Denpasar-Bali, Indonesia
  14. Full-scale experiment on energy-saving modification for urban houses in hot-humid climate of Malaysia, Zakaria, M.A., Kubota, T., Toe, D.H.C., Ahmad, M.H., International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA 2017), 2017/07/05, Without Invitation, English, Edinburgh, U.K.
  15. The effects of veranda space on indoor thermal environments in Dutch colonial buildings in Bandung, Alfata, M.N.F., Kubota, T., Wibowo, A.S., International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA 2017), 2017/07/03, Without Invitation, English, Edinburgh, U.K.
  16. Factors affecting the energy consumption for space heating of residential buildings in Tashkent region, Tangabaeva, G., Kubota, T., Proceedings of International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA 2017), 2017/07/03, Without Invitation, English, Edinburgh, U.K.
  17. Impacts of land use changes on urban heat islands in Hanoi, Vietnam, Trihamdani, A.R., Kubota, T., Lee, H.S., Sumida, K., Phuong, T.T.T., Urban Transitions Global Summit 2016, 2016/09/09, Without Invitation, English
  18. Shanghai, China, Zakaria, M.A., Kubota, T., Abe, S., the International Joint-Conference, SENVAR-iNTA-AVAN 2015, 2015/11/26, Without Invitation, English, ohor Bahru, Malaysia
  19. Indoor thermal environments in traditional Chinese shophouses with courtyards, Zakaria, M.A., Kubota, T., Abe, S, the International Joint-Conference, SENVAR-iNTA-AVAN 2015, 2015/11/26, Without Invitation, Japanese, ohor Bahru, Malaysia
  20. Factors influencing window-opening behavior in urban residential buildings of hot-humid Southeast Asia, Mori, H., Shigekane, H., Kubota, T., Arethusa, M.T., the International Joint-Conference, SENVAR-iNTA-AVAN 2015, 2015/11/26, Without Invitation, Japanese, Johor Bahru, Malaysia,
  21. Influence of existing open spaces and vacant lands on mitigation of urban heat island in Johor Bahru City, Trihamdani, A.R., Kraus, J., Kubota, T., Lee, H.S., 2015/11/26, Without Invitation, English, Johor Bahru, Malaysia
  22. Thermal comfort in naturally ventilated apartments in Surabaya, Indonesia, Alfata, M.N.F., Hirata, N., Kubota, T., Nugroho, A., Uno, T., Antaryama, I.G.N., Ekasiwi, S.N., the 9th International Symposium on Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning and the 3rd International Conference on Building Energy and Environment, ISHVAC-COBEE 2015, 2017/07/15, Without Invitation, Japanese, Tianjin, China
  23. The effects of courtyards on indoor thermal conditions of Chinese shophouse in Malacca, Zakaria M.A., Kubota, T., the 9th International Symposium on Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning and the 3rd International Conference on Building Energy and Environment, ISHVAC-COBEE 2015, Without Invitation, Japanese, Tianjin, China
  24. Field investigation of indoor thermal environments in apartments of Surabaya, Indonesia: Potential passive cooling strategies for middle-class apartments, Alfata, M.N.F., Hirata, N., Kubota, T., Nugroho, A., Uno, T., Antaryama, I.G.N., Ekasiwi, S.N., the 6th International Building Physics Conference, IBPC 2015, 2015/06/17, Without Invitation, Japanese, Torino, Italy
  25. Field investigation of indoor thermal environments in urban row houses in Hanoi: Impact of urban heat island on indoor thermal comfort, Tung, N.H., Trihamdani, A.R., Kubota, T., 7th International Conference on Sustainable Development in Building and Environment (SuDBE, 2015/07/29, Without Invitation, Japanese
  26. Factors influencing window opening behavior in apartments of Surabaya, Arethusa, M.T., Kubota, T., Nugroho, A.M., Ekasiwi, S.N., Antaryama, I.G.N., Uno, T., 2015 TAU Conference: Mitigating and Adapting Built Environments for Climate Change in the Tropics, 2015/03/31, Without Invitation, English
  27. Configuration of green spaces for urban heat island mitigation in Hanoi Master Plan 2030, Proceedings of 2015 TAU Conference, Trihamdani, A.R., Lee, H.S., Kubota, T., Phuong, T.T.T., Mitigating and Adapting Built Environments for Climate Change in the Tropics, 2015/03/31, Without Invitation, English
  28. Life cycle assessment of energy and CO2 emissions for residential buildings in Jakarta and Bandung, Indonesia, Surahman, U., Kubota, T., Higashi, O., 2015 TAU Conference: Mitigating and Adapting Built Environments for Climate Change in the Tropics, 2015/03/31, Without Invitation, English, Jakarta, Indonesia
  29. A comparative analysis of household energy consumption in Jakarta and Bandung, Kubota, T., Surahman, U., Higashi, O., Proceedings of 30th International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA 2014), 2015/12/18, Without Invitation, English, Ahmedabad, India
  30. Life cycle energy and CO2 emissions of building materials for residential buildings in Jakarta and Bandung, Surahman, U., Kubota, T., Higashi, O., 30th International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA 2014), Without Invitation, English, Ahmedabad, India
  31. The cooling effect of green strategies proposed in the Hanoi Master Plan for mitigation of urban heat island, Trihamdani, A.R., Lee, H.S., Phuong, T.T.T., Kubota, T., Tanaka, T., Matsuo, K., Proceedings of 30th International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA 2014), Without Invitation, English, Ahmedabad, India
  32. Numerical simulation of passive cooling strategies for urban terraced houses in hot-humid climate of Malaysia, Toe, D.H.C., Kubota, T., 30th International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA 2014), 2015/12/18, Without Invitation, English, Ahmedabad, India
  33. Potential application of vernacular passive cooling techniques to naturally ventilated modern terraced houses in hot-humid climate of Malaysia, Toe, D.H.C., Kubota, T., ASHRAE Conference of Efficient, High Performance Building for Developing Economies, 2015/04/25, Without Invitation, English

Awards

  1. 2019/08/07, Best Presentation Award, Green Building Japan, In the Sustainable Built Environment Conference
  2. 2018/09/04, Young Best Presentation Award, AIJ, In the Annual Meeting
  3. 2016/09/16, Session Paper Award, 11th International Symposium on Architectural Interchanges in Asia
  4. 2015/11/25, Best Paper Award, International Joint-Conferance SENVAR-iNTA-AVAN 2015
  5. 2015/11/26, Best Presentation Award, International Joint Conference, SENVAR-iNta-AVAN 2015
  6. 2015/11/29, Best Presentation Award, In the International Conference on Sustainable Development in Building and Environment
  7. 2014/08/01, Best Poster Award, International Conference on Grand Renewable Energy 2014
  8. 2004/08, 2004 AIJ Encouragement Prize, Architectural Institute of Japan, Standards of gross buildings coverage ratio in major cities for the planning of residential area in consideration of wind flow

External Funds

Acceptance Results of Competitive Funds

  1. Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Elucidation of thermal comfort range based on the physiological conditions in the tropics and its application to the thermal comfort adaptive models, 2020, 2023
  2. Science and Technology Research Partnership for Sustainable Development, Development of Low-Carbon Affordable Apartments in the Hot-Humid Climate of Indonesia towards Paris Agreement 2030, 2019/06/01, 2020/03/31
  3. KAKENHI(Fund for the Promotion of Joint International Research (Fostering Joint International Research)), 2016, 2018
  4. KAKENHI, 2014, 2016
  5. KAKENHI, Development of LCA guidelines for residential buildings in developing Southeast Asian countries, 2011, 2013
  6. KAKENHI, Development of Cross-sectoral Urban Planning and Management Methods Based on Life-oriented Behavioral Studies, 2010, 2013
  7. 2009
  8. Analyzing Temporal and Spatial Characteristics of Urban Heat Island in Major Malaysian Towns: A Case Study of Johor Bahru City, 2008
  9. 2006
  10. Planning Guidelines for Energy Saving City in Johor Bahru; wind flow in residential areas, 2003