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Culinary Dropout

Human-sensing buildings for better sustainability and energy efficiency

The current temperature of a thermal zone measured by a thermostat does not represent how occupants experience the thermal environment, and he, for example, investigated to leverage human physiological responses to correctly measure/predict indoor thermal comfort.

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Human-sensing buildings for better sustainability and energy efficiency
Human-sensing buildings for better sustainability and energy efficiency

Time & Location

Apr 11, 2023, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM

Culinary Dropout, 2543 E Grant Rd, Tucson, AZ 85716, USA

About the event

Topic: Human-sensing buildings for better sustainability and energy efficiency

Speaker: Wooyoung Jung

Description: The presenter aims to realize human-in-the-loop control of building systems since his Ph.D. studies. The current temperature of a thermal zone measured by a thermostat does not represent how occupants experience the thermal environment, and he, for example, investigated to leverage human physiological responses to correctly measure/predict indoor thermal comfort. He will also introduce his recent research at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, aiming to quantify energy saving potentials by implementing occupancy-centric HVAC operations and financially calculate the productivity improvements by IEQ.

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    $40.00
  • Student Ticket

    $0.00

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