Francesco Asdrubali is a full professor of Building physics and building energy systems at the University of Roma Tre since 2015. Previously he served as Assistant Professor and Associate Professor at the University of Perugia.
Graduated in Civil Engineering in 1990, he obtained a PhD in Thermophysical properties of materials in 1995 and served as Director of CIRIAF, an Inter-University Research Center in the field of environment and pollution, based at the University of Perugia, from 2004 till 2013.
His teaching activities include the courses of Applied Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer, Energy systems and Environment, Renewable Energies, Environmental Acoustics in the Universities of Perugia and Roma Tre.
The international activities include the coordination of various Socrates Intensive Programs and of various Erasmus agreements; he also served as Erasmus Delegate of the Department of Engineering in Perugia and coordinated various International research Programs, such as British-Italian Joint Research Program with the University of Bradford (UK); Vigoni Program with the Technical University of Berlin (Germany) and EU-funded Projects (LIFE, Intelligent Energy Europe, VII FP; Horizon 2020). He is currently taking part to a COST Action on innovative materials.
The areas of scientific research cover a wide range of topics, such as renewable and alternative energies, heat transfer, energy and buildings, Life Cycle Assessment, acoustical properties of materials, environmental noise, natural and artificial lighting, sustainable mobility.
Francesco Asdrubali is also author of more than 300 scientific papers in the above mentioned areas, member of the Editorial Board of various international Journals and Editor in Chief of Building Acoustics and Noise Mapping.