MS Student in Building Science, Technology and Sustainability
Center for the Built Environment
390 Wurster Hall #1839, Berkeley CA 94720-1839
Harry is currently pursuing a Master of Science degree in Building Science, Technology, and Sustainability at UC Berkeley. He holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Architectural Engineering from the University of Waterloo, which he attained in 2023. During his undergraduate studies, he specialized in both Building Structures and Building Systems. His research interests encompass a range of areas within the field. These include designing for climate resiliency in vulnerable communities, developing tools to enhance occupant comfort, and advancing energy efficiency through the implementation of smart controls and systems.
Harry has gained valuable professional experience through various roles. He served as a Land Development Assistant at Mattamy Homes, a Project Coordinator at EllisDon, and an Architectural Technologist at Multistudio. Additionally, he has actively contributed to the Climate Resilient and Intelligent Building Research Group at the University of Waterloo. His involvement in this group included tasks such as identifying and summarizing existing methods for controlling Personal Environmental Control Systems.