Iris Cheung is a senior research associate in the Building Technology and Urban Systems Department, where she conducts research on building energy use. She specializes in the data collection and analysis of IT equipment and electronics energy usage, to inform technical literature and energy efficiency policy. Research activities include conducting field research for miscellaneous electric loads and small server rooms, developing energy efficiency measures for small and medium commercial buildings, and technical assistance to the Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP), ENERGY STAR, and Home Energy Saver.
Prior to joining LBNL, Iris worked as a design engineer on water and wastewater infrastructure projects, and also had experiences with greenhouse gas inventory and wastewater treatment operations.
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