Presentations

CBE staff provide numerous presentations at conferences, training events, and at our Industry Advisory Board meetings.

Many of CBE's research reports are publicly available in PDF format. All contents copyright (c) the Regents of the University of California

Presentations on Indoor Environmental Quality

We include here presentations on post occupancy evaluation (POE), thermal comfort, acoustics, and other IEQ topics.

Arens, E. 2007, Assessment of Indoor Environments. Plenary Lecture, Roomvent 2007--10th International Conference on Air Distribution in Buildings, Helsinki, 13-15 June.

Lehrer, D., et. al. 2006. LEED Post-Occupancy Evaluation: Taking Responsibility for the Occupants. (long version) BetterBricks USGBC Workshops, Portland and Seattle, November.

Huizenga, C., et. al. 2005. LEED Post Occupancy Evaluation: Taking Responsibility for Occupants. (short version) Greenbuild Expo and Conference 2005, Atlanta, November.

Zhang, H., et. al. 2005. Using Task Ambient Conditioning Systems to Improve Comfort and Energy Performance. Project presentation to industry partners, October.

Federspiel, C. 2002. The Impact of Ventilation on Productivity. Project presentation to industry partners, October.

Presentations on HVAC System Research

We include here presentations on UFAD, ventilation, task/ambient systems, and other HVAC system topics.

Webster, T . 2005. Underfloor Air Distribution Cost Analysis. Presentation to industy partners, October.

Bauman, F. and T. Webster. 2005. UFAD EnergyPlus Model: Plenum and RAS Testing and Modeling. Presentation to industy partners, October.

Bauman, F. 2005. Designing Underfloor Air Distribution (UFAD) Systems. BetterBricks/ASHRAE Workshop. Seattle and Portland, September 7-8.

Webster,. T. 2005. UFAD EnergyPlus Model: Room Air Stratification (RAS) Testing and Modeling. Presentation to industry partners, April.

Presentations on Envelope System Research

We include here presentations on facade research, mixed-mode buildings, operable windows, and natural ventilation.

Huizenga, C. et. al. 2005. Window Performance for Human Thermal Comfort. Final Presentaiont to NFRC, Santa Fe, NM, November.

Presentations on Controls and Information Technology Research

We include here presentations on control systems, wireless applications in buildings, demand response, and building management systems.

Arens, E., et. al. 2006. Demand Response (DR) Enabling Technology Development. Slide presentation to industry partners, October.