York Ostermeyer

Senior forskare at Chalmers, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Building Technology

York Ostermeyer is a Senior researcher at the Division of Building Technology, research group Sustainable Building, at Chalmers.

Source: chalmers.se

Publications

2018

Abatement cost of embodied emissions of a residential building in Sweden

Martin Andersson, Jonas Barkander, Jun Kono et al
Energy and Buildings. Vol. 158, p. 595-604
Journal article
2017

Environmental performance of social housing in emerging economies: life cycle assessment of conventional and alternative construction methods in the Philippines

Corinna Salzer, Holger Wallbaum, York Ostermeyer et al
International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment. Vol. 22 (11), p. 1785-1801
Journal article
2017

Building Inventory and Refurbishment Scenario Database Development for Switzerland

York Ostermeyer, Claudio Nägeli, Niko Heeren et al
Journal of Industrial Ecology. Vol. 00 (0), p. 1-14
Journal article
2017

A Multidimensional Optimization Approach to Refurbishment Design on a Multi-Building Scale

Claudio Nägeli, York Ostermeyer, Mohamad Kharseh et al
Proceedings of World Sustainable Built Environment Conference 2017
Paper in proceedings
2017

Building Inventory and Refurbishment Scenario Database Development for Switzerland

York Ostermeyer, Claudio Nägeli, N. Heeren et al
Journal of Industrial Ecology
Journal article
2017

The trends of hourly carbon emission factors in Germany and investigation on relevant consumption patterns for its application

Jun Kono, York Ostermeyer, Holger Wallbaum
International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment. Vol. 22 (10), p. 1493-1501
Journal article
2016

When to consume electricity? View from cost and carbon emission: case in Germany

Jun Kono, York Ostermeyer
EcoBalance 2016
Paper in proceedings
2016

Hygrothermal performance of a vapor-open envelope for subtropical climate, field test and model validation

Yutaka Goto, Karim Ghazi Wakili, York Ostermeyer et al
Building and Environment. Vol. 110, p. 55-64
Journal article
2016

Factors for Eco-Efficiency Improvement of Thermal Insulation Materials

Jun Kono, Yutaka Goto, York Ostermeyer et al
Key Engineering Materials. Vol. 678, p. 1-13
Journal article
2016

Feasibility of solar energy in south sweden: artificial neural network modeling

Mohamad Kharseh, Holger Wallbaum, Claudio Nägeli et al
Energy and Clean Technologies Conference Proceedings, Sgem 2016, Vol Iii, p. 273-280
Paper in proceedings
2016

Sustainability Assessment of Infrastructure Elements with Integrated Energy Harvesting Technologies

Bijan Adl-Zarrabi, Mohammad Hoseini, York Ostermeyer et al
Energy and Environment, p. 221-234
Book chapter
2015

Environmental impact of buildings - what matters?

Niko Heeren, Christopher L Mutel, Bernhard Steubing et al
Environmental Science & Technology (16), p. 9832-9841
Journal article
2015

Specific Barriers to Massive Scale Energetic Refurbishment for Sample Markets in Europe

Clara Camarasa, Claudio Nägeli, York Ostermeyer et al
IFoU - 8th Conference of the International Forum on Urbanism
Paper in proceedings
2015

Indoor Comfort Evaluation of a Sustainable Wooden House with a Novel Vapor-open Envelope System in Subtropical Climate

Yutaka Goto, York Ostermeyer, Holger Wallbaum
CISBAT 2015 International Conference "Future Buildings and Districts - Sustainability from Nano to Urban Scale", Lausanne, Switzerland, September 9-11, 2015
Paper in proceedings
2015

Utilization of Multi-Criteria Assessment on Building Thermal Insulation Materials

Jun Kono, Yutaka Goto, York Ostermeyer et al
The 5th International Conference on Green and Sustainable Innovation (ICGSI 2015) Towards Green Growth and Green Competitiveness", p. O-65
Conference contribution
2014

The potential of thermal energy storage in food cooling processes in retail markets for grid balancing

Tommie Månsson, York Ostermeyer
10th Nordic Symposium on Building Physics
Paper in proceedings
2014

Transfer of energy efficient building concepts to subtropical climate– The first MINERGIE P® based building in Japan

Yutaka Goto, York Ostermeyer, Holger Wallbaum
10th Nordic Symposium on Building Physics, 15-19 June 2014, Lund
Paper in proceedings
2014

Applicability of a vapor-open wooden building envelope for subtropical regions in global context

Yutaka Goto, York Ostermeyer, Holger Wallbaum
World SB14, 28-30 Oct 2014, Barcelona
Paper in proceedings
2014

Relative importance of electricity sources and construction practices in residential buildings: A Swiss-US comparison of energy related life-cycle impacts

Martín Mosteiro-Romero, Uta Krogmann, Holger Wallbaum et al
Energy and Buildings. Vol. 68 (PARTA), p. 620-631
Journal article
2014

Sustainable wooden envelope for subtropical regions - The realization and validation in Japan

Yutaka Goto, York Ostermeyer, Karim Ghazi Wakili et al
World Conference on Timber Engineering 2014, 10-14 August 2014, Quebec City
Paper in proceedings
2014

A living lab co-creation environment exemplifying Factor 10 improvements in a city district

Leonardo Rosado, Shea Hagy, Yuliya Kalmykova et al
Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal. Vol. 8 (2), p. 171-185
Journal article
2013

Cost-effective and high performance renovation of existing residential multi-family buildings in three European countries

Holger Wallbaum, Andrea Chegut, York Ostermeyer et al
Sustainable Building Conference 2013, 23.-28.09.2013, TU Graz, Austria, p. 360-361
Conference poster
2013

Assessment of the relevance of “embodied energy” in the building stock of the city of Zurich

Holger Wallbaum, Martin Jakob, Gregor Martius et al
Sustainable Building Conference 2013, 23.-28.09.2013, TU Graz, Austria, p. 751-759
Paper in proceedings
2013

Multidimensional Pareto optimization as an approach for site-specific building refurbishment solutions applicable for life cycle sustainability assessment

York Ostermeyer, Holger Wallbaum, F. Reuter
International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment. Vol. 18 (9), p. 1762-1779
Journal article
2012

Heat and moisture balance simulation of a building with vapor-open envelope system for subtropical regions

Yutaka Goto, Karim Ghazi Wakili, Thomas Frank et al
Building Simulation. Vol. 5 (4), p. 301-314
Journal article
2012

Heat and moisture balance simulation of a building with vapor-open envelope system for subtropical regions

Yutaka Goto, Karim Ghazi Whakili, Thomas Frank et al
Building Simulation. Vol. 5 (4), p. 301-314
Journal article
2012

Indicator based sustainability assessment tool for affordable housing construction technologies

Holger Wallbaum, York Ostermeyer, Corinna Salzer et al
Ecological Indicators. Vol. 18 (July), p. 353-364
Journal article
2012

Economic, ecological and building physical optimization of a wooden building envelope for subtropical regionas

Yutaka Goto, York Ostermeyer, Edwin Zea Escamilla et al
World Conference on Timber Engineering, 15 - 19 July 2012, Auckland, New Zealand (Architectural Technical Issue 2), p. 287-296
Paper in proceedings
2012

Economic, ecological and building physical optimization of a wooden building envelope for subtropical regionas

Yutaka Goto, York Ostermeyer, Edwin Escamilla Zea et al
World Conference on Timber Engineering 2012, 15-19 July 2012, Auckland
Paper in proceedings
2012

Economic, ecological and thermo-hygric optimization of a vapor-open envelope for subtropical climates

Yutaka Goto, York Ostermeyer, Karim Ghazi Whakili et al
Energy and Buildings. Vol. 55 (December 2012), p. 799-809
Journal article
2012

A Preliminary Investigation into the Sustainable Design of Structures

Dilum Fernando, Bryan Adey, York Ostermeyer et al
1st International Speciality Conference on Sustainable Public Infrastructure, June 6-9, 2012, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Paper in proceedings
2011

Study on heat and moisture balance of a sustainable building envelope for subtropical regions

Yutaka Goto, Thomas Frank, Karim Ghazi Wakili et al
CISBAT 2011 "CleanTech for Sustainable Buildings – From Nano to Urban Scale", 14-16 September 2011, Lausanne
Paper in proceedings
2011

Study on heat and moisture balance of a sustainable building envelope for subtropical regions

Yutaka Goto, Thomas Frank, Karim Ghazi Wakili et al
CISBAT 2011 "CleanTech for Sustainable Buildings – From Nano to Urban Scale", Sept. 14-16, 2011, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland
Paper in proceedings
2011

Preliminary investigation of a vapor-open envelope tailored for subtropical climate

Yutaka Goto, Karim Ghazi Wakili, York Ostermeyer et al
Building and Environment. Vol. 46 (3), p. 719-728
Journal article
2011

Nutzer- und klimaangepasstes Bauen — Leitbild und Chance für die globale Verbreitung von nachhaltigen Gebäudelösungen

Holger Wallbaum, York Ostermeyer, Yutaka Goto
Bautechnik. Vol. 88 (1), p. 3-16
Journal article
2010

Sustainable Buildings based on international know-how exchange and adaptation – technological approaches on building physical problems of building envelopes in terms of climate difference

Yutaka Goto, York Ostermeyer, Karim Ghazi Wakili et al
Annual meeting of Alliance of Global Sustainability, 17-19 March 2010, Tokyo
Conference poster

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Projects

2016–2017

Big Data Processing in the context of Smart Buildings,

Philippas Tsigas Networks and Systems (Chalmers)
Adones Rukundo Computer Science and Engineering (Chalmers)
Gregor Ulm Networks and Systems (Chalmers)
York Ostermeyer Building Technology
Tommie Månsson Building Technology
Christian Marx Building Technology
Magnus Almgren Networks and Systems (Chalmers)
Climate-KIC
Chalmers

2013–2018

Supermarkets as thermal buffers for renewable electricity grids

Tommie Månsson Building Technology
Angela Sasic Kalagasidis Building Technology
York Ostermeyer Building Technology
Climate-KIC

2012–2015

Building Energy Efficiency for Massive Market UPtake (BEEM UP)

Holger Wallbaum Building Technology
York Ostermeyer Building Technology
European Commission (FP7)

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