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Aimilios Michael, Architect Engineer Dipl.Arch.Eng., M.Sc., Ph.D., is a Lecturer in the Department of Architecture at the University of Cyprus, Director of Energy & Environmental Design of Buildings Research Laboratory (E&EDB) and Director of the Inter-departmental Master Programme, Energy Technology and Sustainable Design of the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Cyprus. Before assuming his current position, he was an Adjunct Faculty Member, Visiting Lecturer and Main Research Associate in the Department of Architecture at the UCY, from 2006 until 2013 and Part Time Faculty Member in the Department of Architecture at Frederic University from 2009 until 2012.
Aimilios Michael holds a PhD in Environmental Design and Energy in Architecture from the Department of Architectural Technology, School of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens, NTUA. During his studies, he was awarded numerous academic performance distinctions, including the Academic Excellence NTUA Award 2004, NTUA Silver Medal 2004 (1st rank), Best Design Diploma Thesis NTUA Award 2004 and Nomination for Best Doctoral Dissertation Award NTUA 2011. He was also awarded numerous academic scholarships for undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral studies, including the Academic Excellence Annual Scholarships from the Greek State Scholarships Foundation from 1999 until 2004, the Eugenides Foundation Postgraduate Scholarship 2005-2006, the Doctoral Studies Scholarship in Architecture and Environment from the Greek State Scholarships Foundation 2005-2009 and the Doctoral Studies Scholarship from the Cyprus State Scholarships Foundation 2006-2010.
His research activities take on an interdisciplinary perspective and they focus on the areas of Energy and Environmental Design of Buildings and Advanced Architectural Technology. His research priorities include Integrated Architectural Design & Technology, Energy & Environmental Design of Buildings on Contemporary and Vernacular Architecture, Adaptable Building Envelope Design, Innovative & Sustainable Construction Components and Materials. He participated as principal investigator and/or project coordinator in several research programmes funded by the European Commission, Directorate General for Research & Innovation, Research Promotion Foundation IPE-RPF, University of Cyprus and private sector. His architectural work -placing emphasis on energy and environmental architecture- has won awards (16) in architectural European and international competitions, including 1st prizes (2), and was presented in several architectural exhibitions in Cyprus and abroad. Aimilios Michael's design-based research has been presented and awarded in international architectural fora, including the 22nd Biennial of Industrial Design 2010, Quality Concept Award and at the 12th International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia 2010. His research work has been published in books, refereed journals and conference proceedings.
Aimilios Michael currently holds the position of Vice-President of the Cyprus Architects Association Administrative Council, CAA (2012-) and he is the CAA Representative to the International Union of Architects (UIA). He is also member of the Administrative Council of the Scientific Technical Chamber of Cyprus, CSTC (2011, 2013-) and of the Cyprus Civil Engineers and Architects Association, CCEAA (2013-). He has participated in several scientific committees, including the State Architecture Policy Committee (Chair), Specialization Committee of Architecture (Deputy Chair), Energy Policy Committee (Renewable Energy Sources, Energy and Buildings subcommittees), Environment and Sustainable Development Committee.
Integrated Architectural Design
Architectural Technology; Sustainability and Construction Design; Adaptable Building Envelope Design
Energy & Environmental Design of Buildings
Passive and Low Energy Architecture; Indoor Human Comfort; Innovative & Sustainable Construction Components
Refereed International Scientific Journal Articles
Michael, A., Gregoriou, S., Kalogirou, S.A., (2018) Environmental Assessment of an Integrated Movable System for the Improvement of Indoor Visual Comfort of Existing Buildings. Renewable Energy 115 (2018), 620-633, Elsevier, DOI: 10.1016/j.renene.2017.07.079
Michael, A., Demosthenous D., Philokyprou, M., (2017) Natural Ventilation for Cooling in Mediterranean Climate: A Case Study in Vernacular Architecture of Cyprus. Energy and Buildings 144 (2017) 333–345, Elsevier, DOI: 10.1016/j.enbuild.2017.03.040
Illampas R., Kyriakidis A., Michael A., (2017) Computational Evaluation of the Thermal, Environmental and Structural Performance of an Innovative Masonry System. Procedia Environmental Sciences 38 (2017) 812-820, Elsevier, DOI: 10.1016/j.proenv.2017.03.166
Philokyprou, M., Michael, A., Thravalou, S., Ioannou, I., (2017) Thermal performance assessment of vernacular residential semi-open spaces in Mediterranean climate. Indoor and Built Environment (2017) 01-20, SAGE, First Published Online: March 14, 2017, DOI: 10.1177/1420326X17699037
Michael, A., Heracleous, C., (2017) Assessment of natural lighting performance and visual comfort of educational architecture in Southern Europe. The case of typical educational school premises in Cyprus. Energy and Buildings 140 (2017) 443–457, Elsevier, DOI: 10.1016/j.enbuild.2016.12.087
Philokyprou, M., Michael, A., Malaktou, E., Savvides, A., (2017) Environmentally responsive design in Eastern Mediterranean. The case of vernacular architecture in the coastal, lowland and mountainous regions of Cyprus. Building and Environment 111 (2017) 91-109, Elsevier, DOI: 10.1016/j.buildenv.2016.10.010
Michael, A., Heracleous, C., Thravalou, S., Philokyprou, M., (2017) Lighting performance of urban vernacular architecture in the East-Mediterranean area: Field study and simulation analysis. Indoor and Built Environment, 26/4 (2017) 471-487, SAGE, First Published Οnline: December 10, 2015, DOI: 10.1177/1420326X15621613.
Michael, A.G., Alexandrou, K.C., Konatzii, P.G, Kalli, A.K, (2016) An Environmental Renovation Strategy based on Adaptive Control Optimisation of a Modular Light Regulating Façade System. The Built Environment, 161 (2016), 71-82, ISSN 1743-3509, WIT Press, DOI: 10.2495/ARC160071
Savvides, A., Michael, A., Malaktou, E., Philokyprou, M., (2016) Examination and assessment of insolation conditions of streetscapes of traditional settlements in the Eastern Mediterranean area. Habitat International 53 (2016) 442-452, Elsevier, DOI: 10.1016/j.habitatint.2015.12.002
Kyriakidis A., Michael A., Illampas R., (2016) Parametric Numerical Assessment of the Thermal Performance and Environmental Impact of an Innovative Masonry Construction Component. Journal of Sustainable Architecture and Civil Engineering, 3/16 (2016), 6-19, SACE, ISSN: 2029–9990, DOI: 10.5755/j01.sace.16.3.16174
Malaktou E., Philokyprou, M., Michael, A., Savvides A., (2016) Thermal Assessment of Traditional, Partially Subterranean Dwellings in Coastal and Mountainous Regions in the Mediterranean Climate. The Case of Cyprus. Journal of Sustainable Architecture and Civil Engineering, 3/16 (2016), 82-96, SACE, ISSN: 2029–9990, DOI: 10.5755/j01.sace.16.3.16155
Bougiatioti, F., Michael, A., (2015) The architectural integration of active solar systems. Building applications in the Eastern Mediterranean region. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 47 (2015) 966-982, Elsevier, DOI: 10.1016/j.rser.2015.03.030
Philokyprou, M., Michael, A., (2013) Evaluation of the Environmental Features of Vernacular Architecture. A Case Study in Cyprus. International Journal of Heritage in the Digital Era (2012) 1, 349-354, SAGE, DOI: 10.1260/2047-4922.214.171.1249
Refereed International Scientific Journal Articles – Special Issues
Philokyprou, M., Michael, A., (2016) Social and Environmental Aspects of Courtyards in Cyprus Vernacular Architecture. Serbian Architectural Journal, Speciall Issue on Vernacular Architecture, From Tradition to the Future, SAJ 8 (2016) 75-90, ISSN: 1821-3952
Book Authorship - Editorship
Michael, A., Phocas, M.C., Kontovourkis, O., (2017) Architectural Synergies: Participatory Design and Construction of Timber Pavilion Prototype. ISBN: 978-9963-9912-6-6, Nicosia, June 2017, (p. 120), (in print).
Philokyprou, M., Michael, A., Savvides A. (eds.), (2015) Sustainability in Architectural Cultural Heritage. International Conference Biocultural 2015, Book of Abstracts, ISBN: 978-9963-9912-5-9, (p. 61), Conference Proceedings, (p. 376), ISBN: 978-9963-9912-5-9, December 2015.
Philokyprou, M., Michael, A., (2014) Τhe Bioclimatic Aspects of the Vernacular Architecture of Cyprus. ISBN: 978-9963-33-9912-4-2, Nicosia, December 2014 (p. 64), in Greek.
Michael, A., Eftychi M., (eds.), (2013) The Role of the Built Environment in the Education. ISBN: 978-9963-9912-3-5, Nicosia, December 2013, (p. 98) in Greek and in English.
Michael, A., (2011) Overall Comfort Conditions and Energy Performance of School Premises in Cyprus. Volume 1: Primer, ISBN (vol. 01): 978-9963-9912-1-1 (p.558), Volume 2: Appendix, ISBN (vol. 02) 978-9963-9912-2-8 (p.330), (set): 978-9963-9912-0-4, Series: Bioclimatic Design and Energy Efficiency in Architecture, Nicosia, March 2011, in Greek.
Hadjichristos, Ch., Michael, A., (2011) Encounters: a Walking Movie, Cyprus Participation at Biennale Architettura 2010. ISBN: 978-9963-9990-0-2, publisher: Ministry of Education and Culture, Republic of Cyprus, 1st edition: Nicosia, August 2010, 2nd edition: Nicosia, May 2011 (p. 82), in Greek and in English.
Michael, A., Constantinou, Ch., Feraios, S., Learning from the Heritage of the Modern. publisher: Ministry of the Interior, Republic of Cyprus, ISBN: 978-9963-33-024-9, Nicosia, September 2009 (p. 164), in Greek and in English.
Refereed International Scientific Journal Articles after Presentation in International Conferences (9)
Refereed International Conference Proceedings Papers (56)