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Ljubomir Jankovic

Professor of Zero Carbon Design

Birmingham School of Architecture and Design
+44(0)121 331 5113

Lubo Jankovic is a Professor at Birmingham School of Architecture and Design. He leads a Master’s course in Zero Carbon Architecture and Retrofit Design, as well as conducting multidisciplinary research in the field of zero carbon design of buildings. Lubo also established the Zero Carbon Lab research group.

In a career spanning three decades, Lubo has worked as an academic, researcher and practitioner on instrumental monitoring, dynamic simulation and environmental design of buildings. His work includes the creation of a learning simulation model for buildings, research into both zero carbon designs and retrofit of buildings, and a patent for an expendable and contractible building.

He has also conducted research that aided the development of the Birmingham Zero Carbon House, a ground-breaking carbon-neutral building based on a redbrick Victorian house. This research showed how to convert existing buildings into zero carbon homes, helping eliminate energy bills.

Lubo has established an international conference series, Zero Carbon Buildings Today and in the Future, strengthening partnerships and collaborations, while his book, ‘Designing Zero Carbon Buildings Using Dynamic Simulation Methods’, has been adopted as a core text at several UK, US and European universities.

He holds a BSc from the University of Belgrade and a PhD from the University of Birmingham, both in mechanical engineering. He is a chartered engineer, a Fellow of the Institution of Analysts and Programmers, and a member of both the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers and ASHRAE.

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