Erin Hult is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Commercial Building Systems group at LBNL. She holds a PhD and an MS in Environmental Fluid Mechanics from Stanford University, and a BS in Mechanical Engineering from MIT. Erin's interests include how to leverage building monitoring data to improve adoption of energy efficient design and operation. Erin's research in the CBS group focuses on Energy Management Information Systems including development of solutions targeted to small commercial buildings, support for the Better Buildings Alliance EMIS Technology Team, and assessment of automated M&V methods. Erin has also been engaged with research on residential formaldehyde exposure and inter-zonal air leakage testing while at LBNL. Prior to joining the Building Technologies and Urban Systems Department at LBNL, Erin researched opportunities to use CFD to improve modeling of passive ventilation in Energy Simulation tools as a Postdoctoral Scholar with the Precourt Energy Efficiency Center at Stanford. A full publication list is available here.
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