Jean-Nicolas Louis

Jean-Nicolas Louis


D.Sc.(Tech.), M.Sc.(Tech.)

11 peer reviewed publications in international journals. The publications have been cited 66 times, of which the most cited publication accounts for 19 citations. The author has a h-index of 4.00. (Google Scholar)

Research interests

  • Energy systems
  • Environmental impact
  • Smart grids
  • Smart houses
  • Life cycle assessment
  • Computational modelling
  • Prospective technologies

Current Courses

Smart Grid 1 (488501S): Energy Mix and Renewable Energies, Environmental impact of energy system and smart grid, Microgrids: an introduction

Smart Grid 2 (488502S): Introduction to smart houses, Advanced Metering Infrastructure, Home Energy Management System, Multi-objectivity in smart homes. Exercise on smart house modelisation (MatLab).

Smart Grid 3 (488503S): Environmental impacts of 2050 scenarios;

Past Courses

Industrial Ecology: Energy efficiency

Sustainable Energy course: Smart House modelling.

Vietnam Project: Air to air heat recovery systems, HVAC systems

Production and Use of Energy (488202S): Building and Households, Design for the energy efficiency

Scientific merits

  • Fortum Foundation Grant
  • Best Paper Energy conference (2014) for the paper "Smart Houses for Energy Efficiency and Carbon Dioxide Emission Reduction."

Professional and community activities

  • Member of the University Internationalisation Strategy

Research groups

  • Post doctoral researcher, Energy and Environmental Engineering Research Unit

Selected publications

Research visits

  • G2ELab
    1.3.2017 to 30.9.2017

    Visit of the "Electricity network system" laboratory of the University of Grenoble (SYREL). The visit aimed at integrating environmental indicators in the European transmission network planning (Prof. Vincent Debusschere and Prof. Nouredine Hadjsaid)