Javanroodi, K., Mahdavinejad, M., Nik, V.M., “Impacts of urban morphology on reducing cooling load and increasing ventilation potential in hot-arid climate”, Applied Energy, vol. 231, pp. 714-746, Dec. 2018.
Bylund Melin C., Hagentoft C-E., Holl K., Nik V.M., Kilian R., “Simulations of Moisture Gradients in Wood Subjected to Changes in Relative Humidity and Temperature Due to Climate Change”, Geosci-ences 2018; 8:378.
Mauree, D., Coccolo, S., Perera, D., Nik, V. M., Scartezzini J-L, Naboni E. “A New Framework to Evalu-ate Urban Design Using Urban Microclimatic Modelling in Future Climatic Conditions”, Sustainability 2018, 10, 1134.
Gou, Sh., Nik, V. M., Scartezzini, J.-L., Zhao, Q., Li, Zh., “Passive design optimization of newly-built resi-dential buildings in Shanghai for improving indoor thermal comfort while reducing building energy demand”, Energy and Buildings, 2018;169:484–506.
Perera, A. T. D., Nik, V. M., Scartezzini, J.-L., “Impacts of extreme climate conditions due to climate change on the energy system design and operation”, Applied Energy Symposium and Forum, Renewa-ble Energy Integration with Mini/Microgrids, REM 2018, 29–30 September 2018, Rhodes, Greece.
Perera, A. T. D., Nik, V. M., Wickramasinghe. P.U., Scartezzini, J.-L., Jean-Louis Scartezzini, “Integrating renewable energy technologies into distributed energy systems maintaining system flexibility”, IEEE-EFEA 2018, 24–26 September 2018, Rome-Italy.
Nik, V.M., Yang, Y., Adl-Zarrabi, B., “Impacts of climate change and its uncertainties on the renewable energy generation and energy demand in urban areas”, 7th International Building Physics Conference, IBPC2018, Syracuse, NY, USA, Sep. 23-26, 2018.
Huang, Y., Yang, Y., Nik, V. M., “Assessing the potential of energy retrofitting and renewables in the campus of Lund University”, Cold Climate HVAC 2018, Kiruna, Sweden, March 2018.
Nik, V. M., “Application of typical and extreme weather data sets in the hygrothermal simulation of building components for future climate – A case study for a wooden frame wall”, Energy Build., vol. 154, pp. 30–45, Nov. 2017.
Perera, A.T.D., Nik, V.M., Mauree, D., Scartezzini, J.-L., “An integrated approach to design site specific distributed electrical hubs combining optimization, multi-criterion assessment and decision making”, Energy, vol. 134, pp. 103–120, Sep. 2017.
Nik, V. M., Coccolo, S., Kämpf, J., Scartezzini, J.-L., “Investigating the importance of future climate typology on estimating the energy performance of buildings in the EPFL campus”, Energy Procedia, vol. 122, pp. 1087–1092, Sep. 2017.
Perera, A. T. D., Wickramasinghe, U., Nik, V. M., Scartezzini, J.-L., “Optimum design of distributed energy hubs using hybrid surrogate models (HSM)”, Energy Procedia, vol. 122, pp. 187–192, Sep. 2017.
Perera, A.T.D., Nik, V.M., Mauree, D., Scartezzini, J.-L., “Electrical hubs: An effective way to integrate non-dispatchable renewable energy sources with minimum impact to the grid”, Applied Energy, vol. 190, pp. 232–248, Mar. 2017.
Nik, V. M., “Making energy simulation easier for future climate - Synthesizing typical and extreme weather data sets out of regional climate models (RCMs)”, Applied Energy, vol. 177, pp. 204–226, Sep. 2016.
Nik, V. M., Mata, E., Sasic Kalagasidisc, A., Scartezzini, J.-L., “Effective and robust energy retrofitting measures for future climatic conditions—Reduced heating demand of Swedish households, Energy Build., vol. 121, pp. 176-187, Jun. 2016.
Perera, A. T. D., Nik, V. M., Mauree, D., Scartezzini, J.-L., “Design Optimization of Electrical Hubs Using Hybrid Evolutionary Algorithm,” presented at the ASME 2016 Power Conference, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 2016, p. V001T03A007.
Perera, A. T. D., Nik, V. M., Mauree, D., Scartezzini, J.-L., “Sensitivity analysis of the dispatch strategy in designing grid integrated electrical hubs”, IEEE International Energy conference, Energycon 2016, Leuven, Belgium.
Perera, A. T. D., Nik, V. M., Mauree, D., Scartezzini, J.-L., “Optimum design and control of grid integrated electrical hubs considering lifecycle cost and emission”, IEEE International Energy conference, Energycon 2016, Leuven, Belgium.
Nik, V. M., Svensson, Å., Lindh, P., “Teaching and assessing students with different backgrounds - Increasing the learning motivation by creating more dynamic group work”, Lärande i LTH, Ge-nombrottet, Blad 31, Nov. 2015 (educational nature).
Nik, V. M., Mata, É., Sasic Kalagasidis, A. , “A statistical method for assessing retrofitting measures of buildings and ranking their robustness against climate change,” Energy Build., vol. 88, pp. 262–275, Feb. 2015.
Gou, S., Li, Z., Zhao, Q., Nik, V. M., Scartezzini, J.-L., “Climate responsive strategies of traditional dwellings located in an ancient village in hot summer and cold winter region of China”, Build. Environ., vol. 86, pp. 151–165, Apr. 2015.
Perera, A. T. D., Nik, V. M., Mauree, D., Scartezzini, J.-L., “Evaluating the sensitivity of grid integration level for a multi energy hubs”, in Proceedings of International Conference CISBAT 2015 Future Buildings and Districts Sustainability from Nano to Urban Scale, September 2015, pp. 505–510.
Nik, Vahid M., and Angela Sasic Kalagasidis. 2013. “Impact Study of Climate Change on the Energy Performance of the Building Stock in Stockholm Considering Four Climate Uncertainties.” Building and Environment (February): 291-304. doi:10.1016/j.buildenv.2012.11.005.
Nik, Vahid M., Angela Sasic Kalagasidis, and Erik Kjellström. 2012. “Assessment of Hygrothermal Performance and Mould Growth Risk in Ventilated Attics in Respect to Possible Climate Changes in Sweden.” Building and Environment 55 (September): 96–109. doi:10.1016/j.buildenv.2012.01.024.
Nik, Vahid M., Angela Sasic Kalagasidis, and Erik Kjellström. 2012. “Statistical Methods for Assessing and Analysing the Building Performance in Respect to the Future Climate.” Building and Environment 53 (July): 107–118. doi:10.1016/j.buildenv.2012.01.015.
Nik, Vahid M., 2012, “Hygrothermal Simulations of Buildings Concerning Uncertainties of the Future Climate”, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden (PhD thesis), ISBN 978-91-7385-689-8.
Nik, V. M., 2012, Studying the importance of two uncertainty factors of the future climate in energy simulation of buildings, 5th International Building Physics Conference (IPBC), Kyoto, Japan, 28-31 May 2012.
Nik, V. & Sasic, A., 2010, Influence Of The Uncertainties In Future Climate Scenarios On The Hygro-Thermal Simulation Of An Attic, International Conference On Building Envelope Systems And Technologies, ICBEST 2010, Vancouver, Canada, Pp. 149-157.
Nik, V. & Sasic, A., 2010, Statistical Methods For Assessment Of Long-Term Hygro-Thermal Performance Of Buildings, International Conference On Building Envelope Systems And Technologies, ICBEST 2010, Vancouver, Canada, Pp. 393-401.
Sasic Kalagasidis, A., Nik, V. M., Kjellström, E., Nielsen, A., 2009, Hygro-Thermal Response Of A Ventilated Attic To The Future Climate Load In Sweden, Fourth International Building Physics Conference, Istanbul, Turkey, Pp. 519-526.
Nik, V. M. & Sasic Kalagasidis, A., 2008, Long Term Simulation of the Hygro-Thermal Response Of Buildings - Results And Questions, Building Physics Symposium - Leuven.
Sasic Kalagasidis, A., Moussavi Nik, V. & Nielsen, A., 2008, Effect of Climate Change on Energy Consumption In Buildings, Nordic Symposium On Building Physics.
Rahimi, A. B., Nik, V. M., Axisymmetric Stagnation-Point Flow And Heat Transfer Obliquely Impinging On A Rotating Circular Cylinder, IJE Transactions A: Basics Vol. 20, No. 1, February 2007, Pp. 67-82.
Rahimi, A. B., Nik, V. M., Axisymmetric stagnation flow obliquely impinging on a rotating circular cylinder with uniform transpiration, EFMC6 KTH - EUROMECH Fluid Mechanics Conference 6 - Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm, June 26-30 2006.
Nik, V., M. 2005, Analytical Solution Of Oblique Axisymmetric Stagnation Point Flow On A Time Dependent Rotating Cylinder With Uniform Transpiration, Ferdowsi University Of Mashhad, Iran (M.Sc. Thesis).