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UCL-Energy and UCL IEDE papers in BRI's top 10 most cited papers

28 June 2017

Papers written by UCL-Energy and UCL IEDE staff have made the Building Research & Information (BRI) journal’s most cited top 10.


Two UCL papers performed outstandingly well in the most recent BRI's Journal Citation Reports assessment, receiving seven citations a piece.

Since being published in 2015 ‘Solid-wall U-values: heat flux measurements compared with standard assumptions’ authored by UCL-Energy Institute staff (full details below) received 13 Web of Science (WoS) citations and 20 Scopus citations. Meanwhile, ‘Urban Social Housing Resilience to Excess Summer Heat’, published the same year, from staff of UCL IEDE (full details below) now has 14 WoS citations and 15 Scopus citations.

Congratulations to the authors for their papers’ success that will inevitably gain futher momentum with time.

Li, FGN; Smith, AZP; Biddulph, P; Hamilton, IG; Lowe, R; Mavrogianni, A; Oikonomou, E; (2015) Solid-wall U-values: heat flux measurements compared with standard assumptions, Building Research and Information, 43 (2), 238-252. 10.1080/09613218.2014.967977

Mavrogianni A., Taylor J., Davies M., Thoua C. and Kolm-Murray J., 2015. Urban social housing resilience to excess summer heat. Building Research & Information, 43(3): 316-333. DOI: 10.1080/09613218.2015.991515