Haitham Al Rasbi is a Postgraduate student and part of the Buildings, Energy and Environment Research Group.
As of 2022, Haitham has 9 years of experience in project management, architecture, building thermal performance, tourism, and manufacturing working with private companies, government initiatives, and start-ups in the UK and Oman.
Al Rasbi, H (2023). Thermal Performance of Traditional and Contemporary Mosque Buildings in Oman [Unpublished doctoral dissertation]. University of Nottingham.
Al Rasbi, H. and Gadi, M. (2021) 'Energy Modelling of Traditional and Contemporary Mosque Buildings in Oman', Buildings, 11(7), p. 314. doi: 10.3390/buildings11070314.
Al Rasbi, H. and Gadi, M. (2021) 'Energy Modelling of Traditional and Contemporary Mosque Buildings in Oman' In: The Second International Conference on Comfort At The Extremes, CATE'21. College of Engineering, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman.
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