Saleh Kaji Esfahani

Mr, Doctor of Philosophy Student

  • The University of Western Australia (M433), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Perth


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Saleh is an architect, urban design and researcher in the field of the sustainable built environment with a strong background in simulation and computational analysis. In particular, he is an experienced BIM manager and modeller in Revit (Dynamo), Rhino (Grasshopper) and various environmental analysis software and plugins ( such Ladybug and Honeybee). He has an industry background in architectural designing, residential development and building environmental analysis for more than 5 years. He also has teaching experience in UWA school of design and Ragheb Higher Education Institute (5 years faculty member and 1 year head of school). His PhD research focuses on net-zero residential buildings in Western Australia by suggesting a novel hybrid storage system (BIPV + Battery + Hydrogen). He is also awarded the Science-Industry PhD fellowship from the Government of Western Australia for his outstanding research proposal. Currently, two journal papers have been published from this research which tries to combine the architectural aspect of residential buildings with solar energy self-sufficiency.


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