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Professor of Architectural Engineering, University of Cambridge

I specialize in simulation modelling of energy demand and environment of built environments. My research spans simulation-based methodologies for energy management of buildings; uncertainty quantification in building simulation models; and multi-disciplinary interactions of synergistic systems in cities. I lead the Built Environment and Energy Systems theme of the EECi.

In addition to belonging to the Civil Engineering Department of Cambridge, I am co-Investigator for the Centre of Smart Infrastructure and Construction. I am currently also Group Leader within the Data-centric Engineering Department of the Alan Turing Centre in London on a 100% fellowship (2018-2021).

Prior to joining Cambridge, I was Assistant Professor of building technologies in the College of Architecture at Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, USA (2004-08). I have also taught in the Sustainable and Environmental Design Unit at the Architecture Association in London (2007-09). I received my PhD in Architecture from the University of Michigan in 2004.


  • –present
    Professor of Architectural Engineering, University of Cambridge


  • 2004 
    University of Michigan, PhD in Architecture