Martín Mosteiro Romero is a postdoc researcher in the Department of Architectural Engineering and Technology at TU Delft. In his research, he seeks to combine data analysis and modeling techniques to the planning of energy systems that minimize energy demand and ensure occupant well-being at the building to urban scale. As part of the Brains4Buildings project, he is working on the integration of occupant behaviors into automated fault detection and diagnosis methods to minimize waste in building energy systems.

Before joining TU Delft, Martín was a postdoctoral research fellow at the National University of Singapore as part of Urban Climate Resilience module at the Future Resilient Systems program. There, he worked on the development of an urban digital twin to ensure the resilience of building systems and occupant well-being. Martín holds a Doctor of Sciences degree from ETH Zürich, where he investigated the role of stochastic sources of uncertainty in urban energy systems by modeling the effects of building occupants and the urban microclimate on building energy demand and supply system sizing. At the ETH, he was also part of the development team of the City Energy Analyst, an open-source software for the analysis and optimization of urban energy systems.

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Postdoc researcher, Department of Architectural Engineering and Technology, Delft University of Technology


MSc, Energy Science and Technology, ETH Zürich


Architecture and the Built Environment

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