At the very heart of Ljiljana's research interest is energy and data management and modelling in built environment. Her areas of expertise include the relationship between building load dynamics and building energy consumption, asset and operational rating of non-domestic buildings, low carbon buildings design. At present her research efforts are concentrated towards sustainable facility operations, building information management (BIM) applications in facility management and complex systems theory applications in building design and construction.
In the future Ljiljana would like to expand her research efforts into holistic building modelling, data integration and relationship between models uncertainty and sensitivity analysis. She have published over 40 papers of which 16 are in high quality peer reviewed international journals and 26 are in refereed proceedings of international conferences.
Title: Senior Lecturer
Group: Complex Built Environment Systems Group
Dept: Bartlett School Env, Energy & Resources
Research Area: Building load dynamics, Building energy consumption, low carbon buildings design