The KCAD/Ferris Architecture Lecture Series presents: Lars JunghansThursday, 21 October, 2021 @ 06:00 PM Location: Online Event
Lars Junghans, Associate Professor of Architecture at the University of Michigan, will present his work on the “Concept 2226” building and other projects.
Professor Junghans' research is focused on the development and optimization of high-performance buildings with a comprehensive view of all aspects of the building’s thermal behavior, including passive and active strategies. His research aims to find holistic optimal solutions for the challenges of buildings in different climate zones.
Professor Junghans’ current research work is focused on an uncertainty analysis of building optimization algorithm and on a fast-calculating building optimization algorithm. This interdisciplinary research work includes aspects of economics, decision theory, statistics, design optimization, and building physics. Further research work includes building automation technology and its potential in reducing cost and greenhouse gas emissions.
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