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Albert Famuyibo           

PhD Researcher 


Albert Famuyibo is a PhD Researcher in the School of Civil and Building Services Engineering of the Dublin Institute of Technology. Albert holds a Master’s degree (with distinction) in Architecture. He is involved in the Low Carbon Buildings Research in Domestic Buildings and his research is based on Reducing Life Cycle Impacts of the existing Irish housing stock.

Albert belongs to various organisations: the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC), etc. He has experience in project management and building auditing / survey.

His research interests include; Promotion of Sustainable Use of Natural Resources and Production Patterns, Sustainability and Climate Change Issues, Energy Efficiency in Buildings, Low and Zero-emissions Technologies and Systems, Life Cycle Modelling, New Developments in Life Cycle Assessment, Analysis of total environmental impacts of national consumption and production, Input-Output and Process Analyses. 



Journal Publications

A.A. Famuyibo, A. Duffy, P. Strachan, Developing Archetypes for Domestic Dwellings - An Irish Case Study, Energy and Buildings (2012).

Conference Proceedings

Famuyibo A., (2010). Reducing life cycle impacts of 1980s housing stock of Ireland; In Global Climate Change: From Issues to Solutions; Conference Proceedings: SETAC North America 31 Annual Meeting November 7-11 November 2010;Portland, Oregon, U.S.A.

Famuyibo A., (2009). Life cycle impact of refurbishment in the housing sector; in Fate of Pollutants in the Environment; SETAC 1st Young Environmental Scientists Meeting.  March 16-18, 2009, University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany: Poster presentation.