Associate Professor from the School of Architecture at Yeungnam University


Center for the Built Environment
390 Wurster Hall #1839, Berkeley CA 94720-1839

Young-Hum Cho is an Associate Professor at the School of Architecture in Yeungnam University (Daegu, Korea). He received a PhD from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in May 2009, with a concentration in thermal and fluid science and mechanical system optimization. His dissertation topic was “Minimum Airflow Reset of Single Duct Variable Air Volume (VAV) Terminal Boxes”. His professional objectives are to save energy, improve indoor environmental conditions, slow global warming, develop energy efficiency technologies, design passive and net-zero energy building with renewable energy system, optimize control and operation methods with building energy management systems (BEMS), and develop virtual sensors and fault detection and diagnosis for HVAC&R systems.