Vladimir Bazjanac

Vladimir Bazjanac

Simulation Research Group
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
1 Cyclotron Road MS 90R3111
Berkeley CA 94720
Office Location: 90-3104
(510) 486-4092

Vladimir Bazjanac, Ph.D., is a Staff Scientist in the Building Technology and Urban Systems Department and leader of buildingSMART International (bSi) Technical Advisory Group, Member of the bSi International Management Committee and the bSi Software Implementation Support Group. Former long-time faculty member in the Department of Architecture, University of California at Berkeley. He won national architectural design, industry and scientific awards. Published over 120 articles, papers and reports related to the AECO industry on design theory, simulation, information technology, and software interoperability. Lectured at major universities and professional societies in both Americas, Europe, Australia and Asia. He has a Doctorate of Philosophy (system simulation) from the University of California, Berkeley, an MA of Architecture and Urban Design, Washington University, St. Louis, MO, and a DiplomIngenieur Architect, University of Zagreb, Croatia.

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Publications

2013

2011

Maile, Tobias, Vladimir Bazjanac, James O'Donnell, and Matthew Garr. "A software tool to compare measured and simulated building energy performance data." In IBPSA Building Simulation 2011. Sydney, Australia, 2011. Download: PDF (771.35 KB)

2008

Bazjanac, Vladimir. "IFC BIM-based Methodology for Semi-Automated Building Energy Performance Simulation." In CIB W78, Proc. 25th conf. Santiago, Chile, 2008. Download: PDF (703.43 KB)

2004

Bazjanac, Vladimir. "Building energy performance simulation as part of interoperable software environments." Building and Environment 39 (2004): 879-883. Download: PDF (220.47 KB)

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