Conference papers (peer reviewed)

  • Hilliard TSwan L (2017). A tool for evaluating the performance of simplified models for predictive control applications. Building Simulation Conference, August 7-9, San Francisco, USA.
  • George DSwan L (2016). New profiles of occupancy driven appliance, lighting, and hot water use for residential sector energy demand modeling. Building Simulation & Optimisation Conference (BSO), September 12-14, Newcastle, England. This paper awarded third prize by the Scientific Committee.
  • Pearre NSwan L (2016). Electric vehicle charging to support renewable energy integration in a capacity constrained electricity grid. Electric Vehicle Symposium (EVS29), June 19-29, Montreal.
  • George DSwan L (2016). A comparison of electricity ‘smart meter’ data with high resolution measured residential loads. eSim Building Simulation Conference, May 3-6, Hamilton.
  • Hilliard TSwan LKavgic M, Qin Z, DeWolf S (2016).Using building simulation software to quantify the savings of a model predictive control implementation. eSim Building Simulation Conference, May 3-6, Hamilton.
  • Kavgic M, Hilliard TSwan L (2016). Method for validation of statistical energy models. eSim Building Simulation Conference, May 3-6, Hamilton.
  • Kavgic M, Hilliard T, Swan L (2015). Opportunities for implementation of MPC in commercial buildings. International Building Physics Conference (IBPC), June 14-17, Italy.
  • Hilliard T, Swan L, Kavgic M, Qin Z (2015). Applying model predictive control to a LEED silver-certified building. International Building Physics Conference (IBPC), June 14-17, Italy.
  • Desgrosseilliers L, Groulx D, White MA, Swan L (2014). Thermodynamic evaluation of supercooled seasonal heat storage at the Drake Landing Solar Community.  Eurotherm Conference: Seminar #99 Advances in Thermal Energy Storage, May 28-30, Spain.
  • Pearre N, Swan L (2014). High-resolution residential electricity consumption trends under fixed and time-of-use rates. eSim Building Simulation Conference, May 8-9, Ottawa.
  • Manchester S, Swan L, Groulx D (2013). Compressed air energy storage for in-stream tidal generation on a limited capacity electricity grid. European Wave and Tidal Energy Conference (EWTEC2013), September 2-5, Denmark.
  • Manchester S, Swan L (2013). Isothermal Compressed Air Energy Storage and Wind Energy for Time of Day Electricity Markets. Sustainable Energy Information Technology (SEIT), June 25-28, Halifax.
  • Manchester S, Barzegar B, Swan L, Groulx D (2012). Energy storage to accommodate in-stream tidal electricity generators on limited capacity distribution grids. Asian Wave and Tidal Conference (AWTEC), November 28-30, Jeju, Korea.
  • Leadbetter J, Swan L (2012). Residential peak electricity demand shaving using battery energy storage: modeling and experiments. Sustainable Energy Technologies, September 2-3, Vancouver.
  • Leadbetter J, Swan L (2012). Assessment of battery energy storage characteristics to perform residential peak demand shaving. eSim Building Simulation Conference, May 1-4, Halifax.
  • Baruch P, Swan L, Wettels N, Joseph A (2012). Large-scale self-tuning solid-state kinetic energy harvester. Ind Comm Appl Smart Structures, March 23, San Diego.
  • Swan L, Ugursal V & Beausoleil-Morrison I (2009). Implementation of a Canadian residential energy end-use model for assessing new technology impacts. Building Simulation, July 27–31, Glasgow.
  • Swan L, Ugursal V & Beausoleil-Morrison I (2009). A model for evaluating the thermal effects of windows on the Canadian housing stock. Solar Buildings, June 25–26, Toronto.
  • Swan L, Ugursal V & Beausoleil-Morrison I (2008). A new hybrid end-use energy and emissions model of the Canadian housing stock. Solar Buildings, August 20–22, Fredericton, Canada. pp. 109–116.
  • Swan L, Ugursal V & Beausoleil-Morrison I (2008). A new hybrid end-use energy and emissions model of the Canadian housing stock. Building Energy and Environment, July 13–16, Dalian, China.
  • Swan L, Ugursal V & Beausoleil-Morrison I (2008). Canadian housing stock database for building energy simulation. eSim Building Simulation Conference, May 20–22, Quebec City, Canada.