Ilaria Ballarini


Politecnico di Torino

Ilaria Ballarini holds a Master's Degree in Architecture and a PhD in "Technological Innovation for the Built Environment" from Politecnico di Torino in Italy. She is an Associate Professor in building physics and energy systems at the Department of Energy of Politecnico di Torino. She teaches in Bachelor and Master of Science degree programs in Architecture, Building Engineering, and Energy Engineering, and also leads the course on "Energy and Environmental Assessment of Building Stocks" in the PhD program on Energetics at Politecnico di Torino. Her primary research focuses on building physics and building energy systems, with expertise in energy modelling of buildings and building stocks, procedures and calculation methods for energy performance assessment and cost optimisation, energy audit and certification, and legislation and technical standards in the fields of energy and environment. She has participated in numerous EU research projects, national research projects, and research contracts and has authored over 100 scientific contributions, including papers published in national and international journals, conference proceedings, books, and monographs.

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20 Mar. 2024

Webinar 5. Exploitation of EPC for local, regional and national energy planning
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Bottom-up energy model using EPC data as a support tool to assess the energy performance of building stocks

29-30 May. 2024

Exploitation of EPC for local, regional and national energy planning
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Extraction of relevant EPC data for energy large-scale analysis and creation of clusters for archetypes definition


Application of a bottom-up model to predict the building energy demand at different scales

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