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Professor MAK's research interests include building acoustics, effects of noise/indoor environmental quality on human and psychoacoustics, natural ventilation in buildings, inter-unit pollutant dispersion in buildings, wind and thermal comfort, building environment and urban microenvironment. He has committed to research works and numerical simulation for over 25 years and has produced over 250 publications. He gained various research funds from the Hong Kong Research Grants Council (RGC) including CRF Group Research Fund and other sources set up by the Government.
With the continuous reform of housing and urban-rural construction in China, “livable” and “low-carbon” have become important principles of building development. Natural light provides radiant heat while providing indoor luminous environment, and its accurately and reasonably evaluation and utilization has become an important issue in the development of construction industry. In view of the current limitaions of China's dynamic daylighitng metrics and radiant heat considerations, the project investigte Luminous-thermal Effect and Structure Optimization of Green Building Features.