RES4LIVE’s People: Li Rong!

I am working at the Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering in Aarhus University (AU) Denmark. AU is the largest and second oldest university in Denmark and has been ranked as the top 100 world’s best universities and as the top 10 of the most beautiful universities in Europe by Times Higher Education in 2018. My primary interest in research is driven by developing technologies that can assist in climate friendly livestock production and sustainability of building industry. In particular, my research include:

              • Mitigation of heat stress of animals in livestock production buildings
              • Mitigation of emissions such as ammonia and methane from livestock production buildings
              • Indoor air quality and health-based ventilation
              • Interaction between IAQ of buildings and urban microclimate
              • Application of Computational Fluid Dynamics modeling in built environment

In RES4LIVE project, I am mainly involved in the research topics such as building energy efficient technologies, thermal environment of livestock production buildings and provide support during the implementation of energy efficient technologies such as smart ventilation, local heating and cooling solutions, and control of indoor environment in livestock production buildings.