Daniele Santucci

Technical University of Munich, MIT Senseable City Lab

Daniele Santucci is a practicing architect, building scientist, and university lecturer at the chair of Building Technology and Climate Responsive Design at the Technical University of Munich. His research expertise is in environmental engineering and sustainable design focusing on energy modelling, performance driven design workflows and environmental sensing in both urban and architectural scale. His principal research line is focusing on urban microclimate and outdoor comfort in urban space. He co-developed the concept of Climatewalks: city walks with portable georeferenced sensing devices that allow mapping microclimatic conditions at a human level by relating physiology, psychology and environmental conditions. Daniele has been appointed visiting researcher at the Senseable City Lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology