MEMBERS

INTEGRANTES DEL LABORATORIO DE EDIFICIOS BIOCLIMÁTICO

Silvana Flores Larsen

  • Assistant Investigator CONICET
  • Doctor of Science – Renewable Energy Area (UNSa)
  • Bachelor of Physics (UNSa)
  • Professor JTP – School of Exact Sciences (UNSa)

silvanafloreslarsen@gmail.com – Curriculum Vitae

Bioclimatic Buildings Laboratory – Box 126 – High Floor – Physics Building

My activity is related to passive building conditioning systems and solar energy. I work in mathematical physical modeling, experimental monitoring and computational simulation of the transient thermal behavior of multi-environment buildings and solar equipment (Energy Plus, SIMEDIF, etc.). I am dedicated to developing scientific software for different thermal applications, both in buildings and in solar energy whose distribution is free and free. I study, in a theoretical and experimental way, the various passive and / or hybrid bioclimatic conditioning strategies for both heating and cooling (double glass skin, solar air collectors, ground air exchangers, Trombe walls, green facades, etc.). I also work on the subject of steam generation for the industry using linear Fresnel type solar concentrators.

Marcelo Federico Valdez

  • Assistant Investigator CONICET
  • Doctor in Mechanical Engineering (UMD – University of Maryland, College Park)
  • Magister in Mechanical Engineering (UMD – University of Maryland, College Park)
  • Aeronautical Engineer (UNC)
  • Adjunct Professor – Faculty of Engineering (UNSa)

mfvaldez82@gmail.com – Curriculum Vitae

Bioclimatic Buildings Laboratory – Box 126 – High Floor – Physics Building

My areas of knowledge and experience are Fluid and Solid Mechanics and Fluid-Structure interaction. I have experience both in programming and in the use of Finite Element software. In addition, I develop computational tools of Fluid Dynamics (Aerodynamics) for the simulation of physical problems and of interest in various engineering applications. Among my areas of interest, using computational numerical simulation as a means, are i) Aerodynamics of unmanned aerial vehicles, ii) Determination of wind loads on photovoltaic panels of solar farms and on the mirrors of solar concentration systems, iii) Energy harvesting systems by unconventional mechanisms, such as aeroelastic phenomena.

Marcos Ezequiel Hongn

  • Assistant Investigator CONICET
  • Doctor of Science – Renewable Energy Area (UNSa)
  • Bachelor of Renewable Energy (UNSa)
  • Professor JTP – School of Exact Sciences (UNSa)

marcoshongn@gmail.com – Curriculum Vitae

Bioclimatic Buildings Laboratory – Box 126 – High Floor – Physics Building

My professional development is based on the study of energy systems that promote energy efficiency through the implementation of renewable energy. I have studied geometric, thermodynamic and automation aspects. Currently, my area of work is the energetic study of heat accumulation systems for building cooling / heating: development of computational codes based on physical-mathematical models and implementation of computational simulation tools. In the experimental field, I work with direct and indirect measurement methodologies, monitoring and data analysis.

Camila Gea Salim

  • Doctoral Scholar in Sciences – Renewable Energy Area (UNSa)
  • Architect (National University of Tucumán)
  • Assistant Professor – Faculty of Engineering (UNSa)

camigeasalim@gmail.com – Curriculum Vitae

Bioclimatic Buildings Laboratory – Box 126 – High Floor – Physics Building

My task within the Laboratory of Bioclimatic Buildings is related to passive bioclimatic conditioning strategies. Various tasks are associated, such as thermal monitoring of buildings and advice on the design of the envelope to optimize energy performance. As part of the development of my doctorate, historical buildings in the province of Salta are being monitored to assess their thermal behavior and to develop a methodology to select the most appropriate energy rehabilitation strategies for the type of building and its use.

Silvina Mariana González

  • Assistant Technician – (CONICET)
  • Master in Renewable Energy (UNSa)
  • PhD student in Sciences – Renewable Energy Area (UNSa)
  • Industrial Engineer (UNSa)
  • Professor JTP – School of Exact Sciences (UNSa)Técnico Asistente – (CONICET)

ing.silvina.gonzalez@gmail.com – Curriculum Vitae

Bioclimatic Buildings Laboratory – Box 126 – High Floor – Physics Building

I am assistant laboratory technician, I assist and collaborate with researchers, managing equipment, installing and calibrating sensors. Data processing, Management of the Meteorological station installed in the UNSa. Updates and maintenance of the Website of the Laboratory of Bioclimatic Buildings. Participation in high-level technological services. I am PhD student in the area of Renewable Energies and I am Teacher.

 

COLABORADORES EXTERNOS

Graciela Lesino

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  • Doctor of Science
  • Industrial Engineer
lesino@gmail.com

 

Celina Filippin

  • Senior researcher of the National Council for Scientific and Technological Research, (CONICET) Argentina.
  • Architect (National University of La Plata)
  • Magister in Renewable Energy (2000) and a Ph.D in Sciences – Renewable Energy (2005) from the National University of Salta, Argentina
  • Pos – degree professor at National University of Catamarca, La Plata, Córdoba, San Juan, Mendoza
@gmail.com – Curriculum Vitae

Nicolás Martín Castro

  • Bachelor of Physics (FAMAF)

 

nicocastro7@gmail.com – Curriculum Vitae

Victor Orlando García

 
  • Bachelor of Physics (Universidad Nacional de Catamarca)
  • Doctor of Science (Universidad Nacional de Salta)
 victorgarcia958@gmail.com
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