mandana Sarey Khanie
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A human-centric approach to assess daylight in buildings for non-visual health potential, visual interest and gaze behavior
ML Amundadottir, S Rockcastle, MS Khanie, M Andersen
Building and Environment 113, 5-21, 2017
Cross-validation and robustness of daylight glare metrics
J Wienold, T Iwata, M Sarey Khanie, E Erell, E Kaftan, RG Rodriguez, ...
Lighting Research & Technology 51 (7), 983-1013, 2019
Gaze and discomfort glare, Part 1: Development of a gaze-driven photometry
M Sarey Khanie, J Stoll, W Einhäuser, J Wienold, M Andersen
Lighting Research & Technology 49 (7), 845-865, 2017
Comparing performance of discomfort glare metrics in high and low adaptation levels
G Quek, J Wienold, MS Khanie, E Erell, E Kaftan, A Tzempelikos, ...
Building and Environment 206, 108335, 2021
Uncovering relationships between view direction patterns and glare perception in a daylit workspace
M Sarey Khanie, J Stoll, S Mende, J Wienold, W Einhäuser, M Andersen
Discomfort glare cut-off values from field and laboratory studies
C Pierson, M Sarey Khanie, M Bodart, J Wienold
Proceedings of the 29th Quadrennial Session of the CIE, 295-305, 2019
Integration of eye-tracking methods in visual comfort assessments
M Sarey Khanie, M Andersen, BM t Hart, J Stoll, W Einhäuser
CISBAT 11: CleanTech for Sustainable Buildings-From Nano to Urban Scale, 2011
Investigation of gaze patterns in daylit workplaces: using eye-tracking methods to objectify view direction as a function of lighting conditions
M Sarey Khanie, J Stoll, S Mende, J Wienold, W Einhäuser, M Andersen
Proceedings of CIE Centenary Conference" Towards a New Century of Light …, 2013
A sensitivity analysis on glare detection parameters
M Sarey Khanie, J Wienold, M Andersen
BS 2015: 14th International Conference of the International Building …, 2015
Human responsive daylighting in offices
M Sarey Khanie
EPFL, 2015
Solar control solutions for reducing overheating risks in retrofitted Danish apartment buildings from the period 1850-1900–A simulation-based study
D Zukowska, M Ananida, J Kolarik, MS Khanie, TR Nielsen
E3S Web of Conferences 111, 03051, 2019
Comparison of luminance based metrics in different lighting conditions
J Wienold, TE Kuhn, J Christoffersen, M Sarey Khanie, M Andersen
Proceedings of the CIE 2017, Midterm Meeting, Jeju Island, Korea, 2017
Gaze responsive visual comfort: New findings on gaze behaviour in a daylit office space in relation to glare
M Sarey Khanie, J Stoll, W Einhaeuser, J Wienold, M Andersen
Proceedings Of Cie 2016 Lighting Quality And Energy Efficiency, 373-384, 2016
Quality criteria for multi-domain studies in the indoor environment: Critical review towards research guidelines and recommendations
G Chinazzo, RK Andersen, E Azar, VM Barthelmes, C Becchio, L Belussi, ...
Building and Environment, 109719, 2022
Glare caused by contrast between task and immediate surround: An evaluation of luminance distribution in the field of view
P Hansen, M Sarey Khanie, TE Kuhn, J Christoffersen, J Wienold, ...
Proceedings Of Cie 2016 Lighting Quality And Energy Efficiency, 132-141, 2016
Gaze-driven approach for estimating luminance values in the field of view for discomfort assessments
M Sarey Khanie, J Stoll, W Einhäuser, J Wienold, M Andersen
28th CIE Session, 2015
Lighting conditions in physiotherapy centres: A comparative field study
L Zaniboni, M Sarey Khanie, G Pernigotto, J Toftum, A Gasparella, ...
Lighting Research & Technology 54 (4), 377-408, 2022
A calibration and adjustment method for a dynamic visual comfort assessment
Z Hamedani, E Solgi, H Skates, MS Khanie, R Fernando
Building Performance Analysis Conference and SimBuild, Chicago, United States, 2018
An Evaluation Method for Façade Renovation Strategies in Residential Buildings Using Gaze Responsive Visual Comfort Assessments
MS Khanie, M Ślipek, D Zukowska-Tejsen, J Kolarik, TR Nielsen
Understanding view direction in relation to glare in daylit offices
M Sarey Khanie, M Andersen
VELUX Daylight symposium: New eyes on existing buildings, 2013
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