Lysandra Amanta Medal

Lysandra Amanta Medal
University of Washington Seattle | UW · Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Master of Science

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Education
September 2015 - May 2017
University of Washington Seattle
Field of study
  • Civil Engineering
August 2007 - May 2011
Bandung Institute of Technology
Field of study
  • Civil Engineering

Publications

Publications (11)
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The increased energy consumption in office building led to stakeholders’ renewed interests in optimizing office buildings’ energy performances, such as indoor comfort, energy efficiency, and life cycle costs. One of the most effective solutions to hedging against building operation optimization is incorporating energy efficiency measures and archit...
Article
Improvements to building energy efficiency are critical to a more sustainable future. In this paper, an analytic hierarchy process method was applied to systematically highlight how experts prioritize various factors and contexts in their decisions to implement energy efficiency retrofit. This study surveyed 236 facility management experts in the U...
Conference Paper
Renovating existing buildings to become more energy efficient is critical not only for energy sustainability but it also provides financial benefits and can improve the well-being of occupants. Nevertheless, the current energy efficiency efforts in the building sector are insufficient for decision making in a portfolio of buildings. Despite the gro...
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The air quality inside airport terminal buildings is a lesser studied area compared to ambient air quality at the airport. The contribution of outdoor particulate matter (PM), aircraft traffic, and passenger traffic to indoor PM concentration is not well understood. Using the largest airport in Southeast Asia as the study site (extends 17.9 square...
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We presented our research at the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) Conference and Expo on October 28th, 2019 in Spokane, Washington. This session was intended to share the research findings to the sustainability professionals in the educational sector on how various considerations to implement energy effi...
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The air quality inside airport terminal buildings is a lesser studied area compared to ambient air quality at the airport. The contribution of outdoor particles, aircraft traffic, and passenger traffic to indoor particle concentration is not well understood. The objective of this paper is to conduct a preliminary analysis to examine the mass concen...
Article
Education buildings, as the third highest consumer of energy in the United States, provide significant opportunities to lower greenhouse gas emissions by increasing energy efficiency (EE). Higher education institutions (HEIs) campuses exhibit multiple favorable but unique attributes, including access to capital, multiple stakeholders involved with...
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Using self-reported data from over 12,000 students, staff, and faculty members, this study aims to quantify the effectiveness of various sustainability information sources on the awareness and behavioral changes of participants. Exploratory factor analysis of 12 communication sources resulted in three clusters: news sources, blogs and social media...
Poster
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This study aims to identify the awareness and perception about healthy building standards in the context of developing countries.
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Prioritizing energy efficiency retrofit efforts in buildings is ideally based on the rational objective of generating trade-offs between maximum benefit and minimum cost. However, current practices have demonstrated stakeholders' tendency to inconsistently adopt mental shortcuts that are built upon personal intuition, limited empirical studies, or...
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Objective is to understand how FMs perceive, evaluate, and select energy efficiency retrofits in buildings.

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Projects (3)
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The goal of this project is to develop insights into how stakeholders make building energy efficiency investment decisions. Associated green investment strategies are assessed along with project ROIs.
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This project aims to initiate international research collaborations and build partnerships with peers in Indonesia. The project also seeks to collect research data on how decision makers prioritize resource conservation strategies in buildings in the United States and Indonesia. Researchers at the University of Washington and University of Indonesia will conduct meetings, seminars, and field visits to share knowledge about green infrastructures.
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The goal of this work is to perform a longitudinal evaluation of the impact of changes in the built environment on a comprehensive list of both objective and subjective measures of employees’ cognitive functioning, perceived well-being, work performance, and satisfaction.