Jon Stinson

jon stinson

Dr Jon Stinson

Research Fellow, Module Leader

Biography

Jon works as a research fellow in the Scottish Energy Centre and a module leader within the Architectural Technology undergraduate programme.

His research focuses around human behavior and energy use in the built environment. Jon has been studying and working in the field of architecture and the built environment since 2002. He is currently researching in the fields of smart homes technology and architecture, human experience and comfort of their environment, sustainable communities, and hygrothermal performance of buildings.

Jon has worked on research projects within Edinburgh Napier University since 2008 where he completed his PhD on occupant energy behaviour change with smart display technology. Jon leads on a number of national research projects whilst supporting and contributing to international research projects.

Jon has worked on research projects in partnership with Historic Environment Scotland, National Trust for Scotland (NTS), Edinburgh World Heritage Trust, Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation (ECCI), 8 Scottish Social Housing Associations and 10 Scottish SMEs. This work involved the research and development of innovative products, services, policies and procedures. The impact of which has led to the improvement of the sustainability of existing and new housing stock which supports the health and wellbeing of the occupants.

Jon has co-authored 7 Technical Papers on the topic of sustainable development for pre 1919 and pot 2010 dwellings. Jon has also produced 11 peer-reviewed research papers on the topics of energy efficiency and human energy use in buildings.

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Thermal assessment of internal shutters and window film applied to traditional single glazed sash and case windows.

Report
Currie, J., Bros Williamson, J., Stinson, J. & Jonnard, M. (2013)
Thermal assessment of internal shutters and window film applied to traditional single glazed sash and case windows. Scotland: National Trust of Scotland, Historic Scotland
This report describes the work conducted by the Scottish Energy Centre (SEC) at Edinburgh Napier University for the National Trust of Scotland, measuring the thermal transmitt...

Housing Innovation Showcase 2012 Post Occupancy Evaluation Phase 1 – Part 2

Report
Currie, J., Bros Williamson, J. & Stinson, J. (2014)
Housing Innovation Showcase 2012 Post Occupancy Evaluation Phase 1 – Part 2. Edinburgh, Scotland: Kingdom Housing Association
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Housing Innovation Showcase (HIS), developed by Kingdom Housing Association (KHA) comprised of twenty seven dwellings of varying size and form, using ten...

Monitoring thermal upgrades to ten traditional properties.

Report
Currie, J., Bros Williamson, J. & Stinson, J. (2012)
Monitoring thermal upgrades to ten traditional properties. Edinburgh, Scotland: Historic Scotland
This Technical Paper sets out the pre-­‐ and post-­‐ intervention monitoring work carried out by The Scottish Energy Centre (SEC) at Edinburgh Napier University for Historic S...

EWGECO – Home Energy Display Trials

Report
Currie, J., Stinson, J., Willis, A. & Smith, S. (2010)
EWGECO – Home Energy Display Trials

Energy Performance of homes using Modern Methods of Construction.

Report
Currie, J., Bros Williamson, J. & Stinson, J. (2014)
Energy Performance of homes using Modern Methods of Construction. Edinburgh, Scotland: Edinburgh Napier Univeristy
The Housing Innovation Showcase (HIS), developed by Kingdom Housing Association (KHA) comprised of twenty seven dwellings of varying size and form, using ten different Modern ...

Housing Innovation Showcase 2012: Building Performance Evaluation, Phase 1-Part 1.

Report
Currie, J., Bros Williamson, J., & Stinson, J. (2013)
Housing Innovation Showcase 2012: Building Performance Evaluation, Phase 1-Part 1. Kingdom Housing Association
The HIS comprised of twenty seven homes: twelve flats with communal gardens and fifteen houses with their own gardens. Within each of the blocks all of the tested dwellings va...

Energy performance evaluation of a passive house built to Scottish building standards.

Conference Proceeding
Bros Williamson, J., Stinson, J., & Currie, J. (2014)
Energy performance evaluation of a passive house built to Scottish building standards
Ensuring that predicted (simulated) energy performance figures are realised once a building is in-use has been of growing concern since issues surrounding the ‘performance gap...

In-situ monitoring of thermal refurbishment on pre-1919 properties in Scotland

Journal Article
Bros Williamson, J., Stinson, J., Garnier, C., & Currie, J. (2014)
In-situ monitoring of thermal refurbishment on pre-1919 properties in Scotland. International Journal of Sustainable Construction, 2(1), 77-84. https://doi.org/10.14575/gl/ijsc/02-01/003
This work analyses the use of in-situ monitoring techniques to establish the building performance of pre-1919 traditionally constructed buildings and evaluate different therma...

Conservation of a historic building through sympathetic thermal enhancement.

Conference Proceeding
Stinson, J., Bros Williamson, J., Reid, A., & Currie, J. (2015)
Conservation of a historic building through sympathetic thermal enhancement. In Structural Studies, Repairs and Maintenance of Heritage Architecture XIV, (633-642). https://doi.org/10.2495/STR150531
This paper documents research undertaken by the Scottish Energy Centre at Edinburgh Napier University to refurbish a historic library building by means of thermal improvements...

Improving the thermal performance of ‘hard-to-treat’ historic buildings in Edinburgh’s new town.

Journal Article
Bros Williamson, J., Stinson, J., Reid, A., & Currie, J. (2015)
Improving the thermal performance of ‘hard-to-treat’ historic buildings in Edinburgh’s new town. Anales de Edificación, 1,
This paper documents an innovative partnership project between Historic Scotland, the Scottish Energy Centre at Edinburgh Napier University and Castle Rock Edinvar Housing Ass...

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