Sibilla Ferroni, MSc. Eng., is research fellow at the Energy Department of Politecnico di Milano.
She obtained a bachelor’s degree in architecture with honors at Roma Tre University and, after, she has been tutoring for one year the course Fundamentals of Structural Mechanics.
She began the master’s in architecture in Rome, spending part of the degree courses at the Polytechnic University TUM in Munich and focusing her interests on building technologies for sustainable and climate responding design. After, she obtained a master’s degree in Building engineering at Politecnico di Milano, with an experimental thesis on the design of a laboratory for energy efficiency and indoor comfort, developed with the Energy Department.
She is a co-founder of HERA architects and in 2019 they won a competition in the field of Landscape architecture, building a temporary pavilion in Rome. In 2020 she won the Copernicus Hackathon in Vicenza with a multidisciplinary team, developing the project “Scube”, an online platform crosslinking outdoor comfort indicators with satellite data, in the field of smart cities.
From 2020, she is collaborating with GET srl as Energy Specialist, putting in place her competences in building energy simulations.