Nan Li
TitleCited byYear
Application areas and data requirements for BIM-enabled facilities management
B Becerik-Gerber, F Jazizadeh, N Li, G Calis
Journal of construction engineering and management 138 (3), 431-442, 2012
6302012
Measuring and monitoring occupancy with an RFID based system for demand-driven HVAC operations
N Li, G Calis, B Becerik-Gerber
Automation in construction 24, 89-99, 2012
2422012
Performance-based evaluation of RFID-based indoor location sensing solutions for the built environment
N Li, B Becerik-Gerber
Advanced Engineering Informatics 25 (3), 535-546, 2011
1962011
Imaged-based verification of as-built documentation of operational buildings
L Klein, N Li, B Becerik-Gerber
Automation in Construction 21, 161-171, 2012
1642012
A BIM centered indoor localization algorithm to support building fire emergency response operations
N Li, B Becerik-Gerber, B Krishnamachari, L Soibelman
Automation in Construction 42, 78-89, 2014
1232014
A systematic approach to occupancy modeling in ambient sensor-rich buildings
Z Yang, N Li, B Becerik-Gerber, M Orosz
Simulation 90 (8), 960-977, 2014
1042014
A multi-sensor based occupancy estimation model for supporting demand driven HVAC operations
Z Yang, N Li, B Becerik-Gerber, M Orosz
Proceedings of the 2012 Symposium on Simulation for Architecture and Urban …, 2012
782012
Improved critical chain project management framework for scheduling construction projects
G Ma, A Wang, N Li, L Gu, Q Ai
Journal of Construction Engineering and Management 140 (12), 04014055, 2014
492014
Situational awareness for supporting building fire emergency response: Information needs, information sources, and implementation requirements
N Li, Z Yang, A Ghahramani, B Becerik-Gerber, L Soibelman
Fire safety journal 63, 17-28, 2014
442014
A non-intrusive occupancy monitoring system for demand driven HVAC operations
Z Yang, N Li, B Becerik-Gerber, M Orosz
Construction Research Congress 2012: Construction Challenges in a Flat World …, 2012
432012
Why is the reliability of building simulation limited as a tool for evaluating energy conservation measures?
N Li, Z Yang, B Becerik-Gerber, C Tang, N Chen
Applied energy 159, 196-205, 2015
382015
Roles of owners' leadership in construction safety: The case of high-speed railway construction projects in China
C Wu, D Fang, N Li
International Journal of Project Management 33 (8), 1665-1679, 2015
362015
Life-cycle approach for implementing RFID technology in construction: Learning from academic and industry use cases
N Li, B Becerik-Gerber
Journal of Construction Engineering and Management 137 (12), 1089-1098, 2011
322011
Scenario-based proactive robust optimization for critical-chain project scheduling
G Ma, L Gu, N Li
Journal of Construction engineering and management 141 (10), 04015030, 2015
252015
Comparative assessment of an indoor localization framework for building emergency response
N Li, B Becerik-Gerber, L Soibelman, B Krishnamachari
Automation in Construction 57, 42-54, 2015
252015
Supervisor-focused behavior-based safety method for the construction industry: case study in Hong Kong
P Zhang, N Li, D Fang, H Wu
Journal of Construction Engineering and Management 143 (7), 05017009, 2017
242017
Leadership improvement and its impact on workplace safety in construction projects: A conceptual model and action research
C Wu, N Li, D Fang
International Journal of Project Management 35 (8), 1495-1511, 2017
232017
Cross-cultural assessment of the effectiveness of eco-feedback in building energy conservation
G Ma, J Lin, N Li, J Zhou
Energy and Buildings 134, 329-338, 2017
232017
Analysis of the variability of RSSI values for active RFID-based indoor applications
G Çaliş, B Becerik-Gerber, AB Göktepe
Turkish Journal of Engineering and Environmental Sciences 37 (2), 186-210, 2013
232013
Iterative maximum likelihood estimation algorithm: leveraging building information and sensing infrastructure for localization during emergencies
N Li, B Becerik-Gerber, L Soibelman
Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering 29 (6), 04014094, 2015
222015
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