Liu Jiaping

Title: Professor

Current Professional Societies

1.Member of Academician of Chinese Academy of Engineering.

2.Member of the Building Energy Conservation Expert Committee of the Ministry of Construction of China.

3.Member of the Fourth Advisory Committee of the National Natural Science Foundation of China.

4.Deputy Chairman of the Building Physics Society of the China Architecture Society.

5.Chairman of China Building Energy Conservation Professional Committee.

6.Deputy Chairman of China Green Building Professional Committee.


1.The prize of “Scientific Research Outstanding Achievement Award (Science and Technology Progress )”, 2019.


1.Liu, Jiaping , et al. "The thermal mechanism of warm in winter and cool in summer in China traditional vernacular dwellings." building & environment 46.8(2011):1709-1715.

2.Liu, Jiaping , et al. "Energy efficiency of rural residential buildings:a sustainable case study in Daping Village, Sichuan Province." Frontiers in Energy 4.1(2010):117-121.

3.Jiaping Liu, et al. "Regeneration of vernacular architecture: new rammed earth houses on the upper reaches of the Yangtze River." Frontiers of Energy & Power Engineering in China 4.1(2010):93-99.

4.Jiaping, Liu , and D. W. Liu . "An Instance of Critical Regionalism: New Yaodong Dwellings in North-Central China." Traditional Dwellings & Settlements Review 13.2(2002):63-70.

5.Wang, Dengjia , et al. "Experimental investigation of the effect of indoor air temperature on students' learning performance under the summer conditions in China." Building and Environment 140.AUG.(2018):140-152.

6.Liu jiaping, and Chen xiaojian. "consciousness and capacity: the limits of urban construction." journal of urban planning 1 (2017).

7.Liu jiaping. "current situation and future development trend of building energy saving in China" speech at "2015 China real estate and energy saving Windows and doors industry development summit forum". China building metal structure 12 (2015) : 50-51.

8.Journal of xi 'an university of architecture and technology: natural science edition 048.001 (2016) : 1-9,17.

9.Liu jiaping, gao rui, and cheng hui. " Green Building Assessment and Design." southern architecture 000.002 (2015) : 4-8.

10.Liu jiaping. "new rural construction and building energy conservation strategies." construction technology 000.009 (2012) : 26-28.

11.Liu jiaping et al. "Key technological research and application of low energy consumption building design in Tibet ." China engineering science 013.010 (2011) : 40-46.Liu, Jiaping , et al. "Energy efficiency of rural residential buildings: a sustainable case study in Daping Village, Sichuan Province." Frontiers in Energy 4.1(2010):117-121.

12.Liu jiaping et al. "Reconstruction of Pengzhou city, Tongji town, Daping village." construction technology 000.009 (2010) : 38-43.

Personal Statement

Liu Jiaping, professor, doctoral supervisor and academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering. He is a well-known expert in the field of green building, building thermal engineering and building energy efficiency, and is also one of the outstanding scientists in this field in China. He is the academic leader of the first national innovation research group "Research on Western Building Environment and Energy Consumption Control" in China's architecture discipline and the first national outstanding young science fund winner in China's architectural physics discipline. He presided over and completed 16 national-level projects including key projects of the National Natural Science Foundation of China, major international cooperation projects, and national 863 program projects. He won prize of the National Science and Technology Progress Award, 5 provincial and ministerial science and technology awards, and international academic 1 award. Published more than 500 papers in domestic and foreign academic journals, published 8 monographs and edited books, presided over and participated in the compilation of 6 national and local design standards. He has educated 6 postdoctoral fellows, 31 graduated doctors, and 79 masters. He has made outstanding contributions to the theoretical research and engineering practice of low-energy buildings.