Dr Steve Kardinal Jusuf - UCR International Researcher

National University of Singapore (NUS)

Profile:

Dr Steve Kardinal Jusuf is working in the Center for Sustainable Asian Cities, NUS as a Research Fellow for Associate Professor Wong Nyuk Hien. His current Post – Doctoral research is in the area of urban climatic mapping and STEVE Tool for some prestigious urban development in Singapore, such as Marina Bay and Punggol Eco-Township. He is also working on the Singapore Climate Change Project phase 2. His other research interests are close to urban climatic mapping, are urban greenery and building energy consumption.

Post-doctoral research project experiences:

Challenges of Emerging Contaminants on Environment Sustainability in Megacities  
National University of Singapore (August 2012– Now)
Research Fellow of Principal Investigator Prof. Dr. Wong Nyuk Hien
Funding Agency: National Research Foundation

Development of Enhanced STEVE Tool for Microclimate Analysis in JTC Estates                                         
National University of Singapore (January 2012– Now)
Research Fellow of Principal Investigator  Prof. Dr. Wong Nyuk Hien
Funding Agency: JTC Corporation

Urban Climatic Mapping Studies for Singapore                                                               
National University of Singapore (July 2009– Dec 2012)
Research Fellow of Principal Investigator  Prof. Dr. Wong Nyuk Hien
Funding Agency: MND/URA

Study of Township Climatic Conditions to Enhance Sustainability and Energy Efficiency
National University of Singapore (Dec 2009– Now)
Research Fellow of Principal Investigator Prof. Dr. Wong Nyuk Hien
Funding Agency: MND/HDB

Climate Change Phase 2 – Changes in Urban Temperature Profile
and Energy Consumption of Buildings                       
National University of Singapore (Oct 2009– Dec 2012)
Research Fellow of Principal Investigator Prof. Dr. Wong Nyuk Hien
Funding Agency: NEA

Doctoral research project experiences:

Climatic Mapping of Business Park for Environmental Quality Assessment                               
National University of Singapore (Aug 2007–Feb 2009)
Graduate Student Researcher of Principal Investigator Prof. Dr. Wong Nyuk Hien
Total Funding: S$ 281,556
Funding Agency: JTC Corporation/NUS

Development of Urban Climatic Mapping Technique for the
Impact Study of Urban Development             
National University of Singapore (2006 – Feb 2008)
Graduate Student Researcher of Principal Investigator Prof. Dr. Wong Nyuk Hien
Total Funding: S$ 88,800
Funding Agency: NUS



Email: steve.kj@nus.edu.sg


National University of Singapore


Publications:

Building and Environment 80 (2014) 48-60 Transformation of industrial planning in Singapore: Study on the microclimatic condition of different industrial estates

Landscape and Urban Planning 127 (2014) 52-64 Effect of vertical greenery on mean radiant temperature in the tropical urban environment

Journal of Architecture Engineering 19 (2013) 147-155 Mitigation methods of climate change impact on cooling load of public residential buildings in Singapore

Energy and Buildings 66 (2013) 66-76 Predicting the envelope performance of commercial office buildings in Singapore

International Journal of Low-Carbon Technologies (2013) 1-19 The study of height variation on outdoor ventilation for Singapore’s high-rise residential housing estates

Building and Environment 64 (2013) 118-129 Outdoor mean radiant temperature estimation in the tropical urban environment.

Building and Environment 59 (2013) 426-435 Thermal comfort in outdoor spaces in Singapore.

International Journal of Sustainable Building Technology and Urban Development 3 (2012) 197-209 Comparison of STEVE and ENVI-met as temperature prediction models for Singapore context .

International Journal of Sustainable Building Technology and
Urban Development 2 (2011) 323-330 A climatic responsive urban planning model for high density city: Singapore’s commercial district.

Landscape and Urban Planning 100 (2011) 386-389 Integrated urban microclimate assessment method as a sustainable urban development and urban design tool .

Solar Energy - 85 (2011) 57-71 Evaluation of the impact of the surrounding urban morphology on building energy consumption.

Architectural Science Review 53 (2010) 196-212 Study on the microclimate condition along green pedestrian canyon in Singapore-

Journal of Urban Planning & Development  136 (2010) 1-12
Air temperature distribution and the influence of sky view factor in a green Singapore estate

Architectural Science Review 51 issue 3 (2008) 212-220
An Existing Greenery Condition Assessment Method in University Campus

Landscape and Urban Planning Journal 84 issue 2 (2008) 166-182 GIS-Based Greenery Evaluation on Campus Master Plan.

Habitat International Journal 31 (2007) 232–242 The Influence of land use on the urban heat island in Singapore.

Building and Environment Journal 42 (2007) 2949–2970 Environmental Study of the Impact of Greenery in an Institutional Campus in the Tropics.

Book Chapters:

Jusuf, SK. and Wong, NH.  (Accepted for Publication). Valuing green spaces as a heat mitigation technique. In: Kolokotsa, D. and Santamouris, M. (Eds.) Urban climate mitigation techniques. Informa, Taylor and Francis. UK.

Jusuf, SK., Wong, NH.  and Chong, ZMA. (Accepted for Publication). The impact on the increase of urban air temperature on planning and building energy consumption in the tropics. In: Lehmann, S. (Ed.) Low Carbon Cities. Transforming Urban Systems. Informa, Taylor and Francis. UK.      

Wong, NH., Jusuf, S.K., Katzschner, L. and Ng, E. (Accepted for Publication). Urban climatic map studies in Singapore. In: Ren, C. and Ng, Y. (Eds.). The Urban Climate Map – for sustainable urban planning.

Wong, NH.  and Jusuf, SK. (2013). Urban Heat Island Mitigation Strategies at City and Building Level. In: Kolokotsa, D., Santamouris, M. and Akbari, H. (Eds.)  Advances in the Development of Cool Materials for the Built Environment, page 3 – 32. Bentham Science Publisher.

Wong, NH.  and Jusuf, SK. (2012). Urban Environment in Singapore, Building Climate Chart in the application developmentIn: Ren, C. and Ng, Y. (Eds.). Urban Climatic Map – An Information Tool for Sustainable Urban Planning, page 209-225. (Published in Chinese).

Wong, NH., Jusuf, SK., Samsudin, R. Ignatius, M. and Eliza, A. (2011). A climatic responsive urban planning model or high density city: Singapore’s commercial district. In: Brun, A.G., Low, B.L. Rosemann, J. and Widodo, J. (Eds.).  Global visions: risks and opportunities for the urban planet, page 29-38, National University of Singapore, Singapore.

Track record:

PhD, National University of Singapore