Itai Danielski

Universitetslektor|Senior Lecturer

  • Professional title: Senior Lecturer
  • Department: Department of Ecotechnology and Sustainable Building Engineering (EHB)
  • Telephone: 010-142 87 16
  • Email: itai.danielski@miun.se
  • Visitor address: Akademigatan 1, Room Q326
  • Room number: Q326
  • Subjects: Building Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Environmental Science

Itai Danielski is employed in the Department of Ecotechnology and Sustainable Building Engineering since 2009.

Background

- Ph.D. in environmental science
- M.Sc. in Sustainable Energy Engineering
- B.Sc. in Material Engineering
- BA in Physics

- Working experience within the energy and semiconductor industries.

Area of interest

Itai is a senior researcher in the interdisciplinary research group of Ecotechnology and Environmental Science. His main research area is within the field of integrated environmental assessment, with focus on the relation between the building sector, energy sector and the environment.

Current research

- Ecological, social and economic aspects of building design.
- Analysing building-fabric efficiency using non-destructive testing tools.

Teaching and tutoring

Itai is a senior lecturer and holds courses in both the Ecotechnology and the Sustainable Building Engineering programs. He teaches both undergraduate level and advance level students.
Itai is also responsible for the weekly Ecotechnic seminars, which are a meeting platform for students, researchers and experts from different fields to present and discuss sustainable development.

Other information

Postal address: Itai Danieski, EHB Mid Sweden University SE-831 25 Östersund, Sweden

Publications

Articles in journals

Danielski, I. & Fröling, M. (2018). In situ measurements of thermal properties of building fabrics using thermography under non-steady state heat flow conditions. Infrastructures, vol. 3: 3    

Danielski, I. , Nair, G. , Joelsson, A. & Fröling, M. (2016). Heated atrium in multi-storey apartment buildings, a design with potential to enhance energy efficiency and to facilitate social interactions. Building and Environment, vol. 106, pp. 352-364.  

Danielski, I. & Fröling, M. (2015). Diagnosis of buildings' thermal performance - a quantitative method using thermography under non-steady state heat flow. Energy Procedia, vol. 83, pp. 320-329.    

Danielski, I. (2012). Large variations in specific final energy use in Swedish apartment buildings : Causes and solutions. Energy and Buildings, vol. 49, pp. 276-285.  

Gustavsson, L. , Dodoo, A. , Truong, N. L. & Danielski, I. (2011). Primary energy implications of end-use energy efficiency measures in district heated buildings. Energy and Buildings, vol. 43: 1, pp. 38-48.  

Chapters in books

Danielski, I. , Krook, M. & Weimer, K. (2018). Atrium in residential buildings – a design to enhance social interaction in urban areas in Nordic climates. In Cold Climate HVAC 2018 : Sustainable Buildings in Cold Climates. Cham : Springer (Springer Proceedings in Energy). pp. 773-789.  

Danielski, I. , Weimer, K. & Krook, M. (2017). Atria : en design för hållbara bostäder i ett nordiskt klimat. In Hållbarhetens många ansikten : samtal, forskning och fantasier. Sundsvall : Mid Sweden University (Genusstudier vid Mittuniversitetet). pp. 47-54.  

Danielski, I. (2016). Energy performance of residential buildings design. In Society’s steering systems : a Friend book to Inga Carlman. Östersund : Mid Sweden University. pp. 179-186.  

Conference papers

Danielski, I. (2018). How to lift students 10,000 meter up above ground. Paper presented at the 1st international Education with Sustainability conference, Sligo, Ireland, August 20-22, 2018.

Danielski, I. , Weimer, K. & Krook, M. (2017). Atrium in residential buildings – a design to enhance social sustainability in urban areas. In Valuing and Evaluating Creativity for Sustainable Regional Development : Design, sustainability and its impact on social community and cultural/creative development. Östersund : . pp. 153--155.    

Jonasson, J. , Danielski, I. , Mikaelsson, L. & Fröling, M. (2016). Plannig To Build Sustainable? -The Case Of Storsjö Strand. In Proceedings of: Linnaeus ECO-TECH 2016.  

Jonasson, J. , Danielski, I. , Svensson, M. & Fröling, M. (2014). A two family house built to passive house standard in the north of Sweden – environmental system performance. In Proceedings of: Linnaeus ECO-TECH 2014, Kalmar, Sweden, November 24-26, 2014.  

Jonasson, J. , Danielski, I. , Mikaelsson, L. Å. & Fröling, M. (2014). Approach For Sustainable Processes For The Built Environment In Triple Helix Cooperation : The Case Of Storsjö Strand In Östersund. In proceedings of: Linnaeus ECO-TECH 2014, Kalmar, Sweden, November 24-26, 2014.  

Jonasson, J. , Danielski, I. , Svensson, M. & Fröling, M. (2014). Life cycle assessment of a passive house in northern Sweden. In Proceedings of the 20th International Sustainable Development Research Conference Trondheim 18-20 June 2014 : Resilience – the new research frontier. Trondheim :

Danielski, I. , Svensson, M. & Fröling, M. (2013). Adaption of the passive house concept in northern Sweden : a case study of performance. Paper presented at the Passivhus Norden 2013, Göteborg,Sweden, 15-17 October 2013  

Danielski, I. , Nair, G. & Fröling, M. (2013). Heated atrium in multi-story buildings : A design for better energy efficiency and social interactions. Paper presented at the Passivhus Norden 2013,Göteborg, Sweden,15-17 October  

Danielski, I. & Fröling, M. (2013). Systems effecting systems when managing energy resources. Paper presented at the ISEM 2013 Ecological Modelling for Ecosystem Sustainability in the context of Global Change, Toulouse, France, October 28-31

Danielski, I. , Fröling, M. & Joelsson, A. (2012). Air source heat pumps and their role in the Swedish energy system. In Support your future today; Turning environmental problems into business opportunities.    

Danielski, I. , Fröling, M. & Joelsson, A. (2012). The impact of the shape factor on final energy demand in residential buildings in nordic climates. In World Renewable Energy Forum, WREF 2012, Including World Renewable Energy Congress XII and Colorado Renewable Energy Society (CRES) Annual Conference.. pp. 4260--4264.    

Danielski, I. (2011). Energy variations in apartment buildings due to different shape factors and relative size of common areas. In World Renewable Energy Congress 2011, Linköping, Sweden, May 8-11.

Doctoral theses, comprehensive summaries

Danielski, I. (2016). Energy performance of residential buildings : projecting, monitoring and evaluating. Dis. (Comprehensive summary) Östersund : Mittuniversitetet, 2016 (Mid Sweden University doctoral thesis : 238)  

Licentiate theses, comprehensive summaries

Danielski, I. (2014). Energy efficiency of new residential buildings in sweden : Design and Modelling Aspects. Lic. (Comprehensive summary) Östersund : Mid Sweden University, 2014 (Mid Sweden University licentiate thesis : 105)  

Reports

Brink, K. , Danielski, I. , Fagerholm, A. , Fagerholm, N. & Grönlund, E. (2019). Slutrapport : Universell utformning av Foodtech. Mittuniversitetet  

Mikaelsson, L. , Carlman, I. , Fröling, M. , Jonsson, A. , Danielski, I. , Grönlund, E. , Jonasson, J. , van den Brink, P. & et al. (2015). Hållbara utvecklingsprocesser. Projektrapport 2015-03-31. Mittuniversitetet/Tillväxtverket