Federica Naspi


Research fellow – ING-IND/12


Prof. Gian Marco Revel

Research Areas

The main research area involves the buildings both from an energy and indoor comfort point of view. The research activities regard the set-up of monitoring experimental campaigns for the analysis of human-building interactions, the development of behavioural models and their implementation in energy simulation software, and the analysis of BIM to BEM processes to optimize the connection between the building geometry and energy modelling.

Capsule Bio

She is a building engineer (enrolled to the Order of Engineers). She graduated in 2015 at Università Politecnica delle Marche with a thesis on the “Development of an automatic system for the control of IAQ and thermal comfort in schools”. Since 2015 she is a research fellow; at first, at the Department of Technical Architecture and, then, at the Department of Mechanical Measurements. She conducts research activities in the field of European Projects. She mainly investigates the energy behaviours of buildings, both from an experimental and virtual point of view. Also, in 2016 she obtains the qualification of ‘Energy certifier’.

Main publications
  1. F. Stazi, F. Naspi, Impact of Occupants’ Behaviour on Zero-Energy Buildings, Springer International Publishing, Cham (2018), ISBN: 978-3-319-71866-8
  2. F. Naspi, M. Arnesano, F. Stazi, M. D’Orazio, GM. Revel, Measuring Occupants’ Behaviour for Buildings’ Dynamic Cosimulation, Journal of Sensors, 2018, pp. 1-17, doi: 10.1155/2018/2756542
  3. F. Naspi, M. Arnesano, L. Zampetti, F. Stazi, G.M. Revel, M. D’Orazio, Experimental study on occupants’ interaction with windows and lights in Mediterranean offices during the non-heating season, Building & Environment, 127 (2018) 221–238. doi:10.1016/j.buildenv.2017.11.009.
  4. F. Naspi, M. Arnesano, G. Aird, B. Klebow, F. Stazi, M. D’Orazio, G.M. Revel, Data-driven Behavioural Modelling for Building Energy Simulation Based on Scripted Profiles, in: 4th Building Simulation and Optimization Conference, Cambridge, UK, 2018: pp. 331–337.
  5. F. Stazi, F. Naspi, M. D’Orazio, A literature review on driving factors and contextual events influencing occupants’ behaviours in buildings, Building & Environment, 118 (2017) 40–66. doi:10.1016/j.buildenv.2017.03.021.


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