Fields of expertise
Daylight, Visual comfort, Glazing system, User perception, Glare sensitivity
Sneha Jain is currently conducting her PhD thesis on the influence of ocular characteristics and colour of light on discomfort glare from daylight at workplaces. She completed her undergraduate degree in architecture and has a Master of Science in Building Science from International Institute of Information Technology in Hyderabad, India. Her Master thesis was on Daylight glare estimation for open-loop window roller shade control system to optimize daylight levels and visual comfort in a lab setup. She also worked as a research fellow at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab in Berkeley, California. Her current work focuses on improving the prediction of current discomfort glare models.