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Bryan Eisenhower is Associate Director of the Center for Energy Efficient Design at the University of California Santa Barbara and an active consultant in the fields of building energy modeling and data analysis. Bryan received degrees from Virginia Tech prior to joining United Technologies Research Center where he developed design and operational tools for energy intensive equipment ranging from jet engines, to fuel cells, transcritical heat pumps, and combined heat and power systems. Bryan received his Ph.D. with a focus in Applied Dynamical Systems from the UCSB and has multiple patents and publications in the field of control and design of complex dynamical and energy systems. His current work and publications is summarized at http://engineering.ucsb.edu/~bryane/index.html.