The Effects of Indoor Temperature and CO2 levels as an Indicator for Ventilation Rates on Cognitive Performance of Adult Female Students in Saudi Arabia. [online]
Ahmed R.; Mumovic D.; Ucci M.; Bagkeris E. (2021). The Combined Effects of Indoor Temperatures and CO2 Levels on Cognitive Performance of Female Higher Education Students in a Hot and Arid Climate*.
Ahmed R.; Mumovic D.; Ucci M.; Bagkeris E. (2021). The Effects of Thermal Comfort and Acclimatisation on Cognitive Performance in Educational Buildings Located in the Hot Climates Relying on Air-Conditioners for Cooling and Ventilation*.
* (Owing to the nature of this research work, these publications were delayed and now in process of publication by Indoor Air Journal).
Ahmed R.; Mumovic D.; Chatzidiakou L. (2018). Designing for Health and Comfort and Cognitive Performance in Schools: What Do We Know?
In: Daniels H. ed. Handbook of Educational Buildings’ Design. Oxford University. Routledge.
Peer-reviewed Conference Papers
Ahmed R.; Mumovic D.; Ucci M. (2018). Implications to buildings’ design and HVAC operation in the hot arid countries relying on HVAC system for cooling and ventilation. International Building Physics Conference (IBPC2018). (received the best paper award/ certificate).
Ahmed R.; Mumovic D.; Ucci M. (2017). The Effect of Indoor Temperature and CO2 Levels on Cognitive Performance of Adult Females in a University Building in Saudi Arabia. CISBAT International Conference. [online]
Ahmed R.M. (2014). Field study on the economic impact of the working environments in non-temperate climates. WIT Transactions on Ecology and The Environment, 18, p.161-173.
Ahmed R.M. (2014). Lessons learnt from the vernacular architecture of Bedouins in Siwa Oasis, Egypt. The 31st International Symposium on Automation and Robotics in Construction and Mining (ISARC 2014).
Ahmed R.M. (2014). The Role of Temperature and Ventilation Rates in Hot Dry Climates. ASHRAE First International Conference in Doha, Qatar (2014). Conference presentation.
Ahmed R.M. (2014). The Inter-Related Relationship between Thermal Comfort, Indoor Air Quality and Students’ Cognitive Performance. Conference presentation at the Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture (ANFA). [online]