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Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects

New Co-Editors Announcement

Dr. Sandro Nižetić

Professor

Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture,

University of Split, Croatia

Biographical Sketch

Sandro Nižetić, PhD, is Professor at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture (FESB) at University of Split in Croatia. At the age of 28, he was the youngest person in the history of his Faculty at his University to complete a PhD. He has received several awards such as a Dean Award for overall success during the study period, a state prize for his research in 2016, and a research award in 2018 from the University of Split.

He has experience with theoretical and applied thermodynamics, HVAC systems, energy efficiency in buildings, rational usage of energy, utilization of renewable energy sources, and has more than fifteen years of the teaching experience. He has also been an ASHRAE member since 2005 and is an ASHRAE student branch advisor at the University of Split, where he works.

He has served as the head of a research project from 2008-2013 focused on the development of a novel energy concept (solar power plant with short diffuser) and between 2009-2013, he was an UNDP (United Nations Development Programme) project coordinator in Croatia on projects related to the implementation of energy efficiency measures in public buildings. In addition to those appointments, he has served as a Deputy Minister in the ministry of construction and spatial planning in the Croatian government and was a Vice Dean for the research faculty of FESB.

Since 2005, he has been an ASHRAE member and also an ASHRAE student branch advisor at University of Split. Between 2009 to 2013, he was an UNDP (United Nations Development Programme) project coordinator in Croatia on projects related to the implementation of Energy Efficiency measures in public buildings and was also the head of a research project from 2008 to 2013 related to the development of a novel energy concept (solar power plant with short diffuser). He served as a deputy minister in the ministry of construction and spatial planning in the Croatian government and he was also a vice dean for the research at faculty of FESB.

Throughout his time in academia, he has visited several research and educational institutions worldwide as a visiting researcher or lecturer and has authored over a hundred research and conference papers in addition to several techno-economic professional case studies. He has organized and chaired several international conferences and is a co-founder of the SpliTech conference (International conference on Smart and Sustainable Technologies). He is currently serving as the head of the laboratory for thermodynamics and energy efficiency at Faculty of FESB, University of Split (LTEF-Laboratory) and holds the position of an Associate Editor for the International Journal of Energy Research (Wiley) and Journal of Cleaner Production (Elsevier).

He is currently serving as a Co-Editor-in-Chief of Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects along side Vasilije Manovic.