Quality criteria for multi-domain studies in the indoor environment: Critical review towards research guidelines and recommendations, Volume 226, December 2022, 109719
The award was given to the paper for its originality, contributions to the field, quality of presentation, and soundness of the science. The journal received over 5,500 submissions in 2022 with only 4 papers selected for the award.
The Best Paper Award was established in 2007 as a measure to encourage publishing high-quality papers in Building and Environment. In order to win the award a paper has to be (i) ranked highly by the reviewers of the paper, (ii) selected by the Editors and Editors-in-Chief, (iii) further appraised by the Editorial Advisory Board of the journal, and (iv) evaluated by the Best Paper Award Committee of the journal.
Everyone within ECCD would like to congratulate Stephanie for her achievements and please visit https://energy.soton.ac.uk/gauthier/ to read more about Stephanies work and publications.