William J. Fisk

William Fisk

Indoor Environment Group
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
1 Cyclotron Road MS 90R3058
Berkeley CA 94720
Office Location: 90-3058F
(510) 486-5910

William Fisk is a Sr. Scientist (mechanical engineer) and is the leader of the Indoor Environment Group. He has more than 30 years of experience in research on the interrelated issues of building energy performance, ventilation, indoor environmental quality (IEQ), and occupant health and performance. His research focuses primarily on energy efficient methods of maintaining and improving ventilation and IEQ in commercial buildings and on quantifying the impacts of building ventilation and IEQ on health and performance. He is a fellow of ASHRAE, a member of the Academy of Indoor Air Sciences, and he serves on the editorial board for Indoor Air Journal. He is an author of approximately 100 refereed archival journal articles or book chapters. He has BS and MS degrees in mechanical engineering.

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Publications

2007

Fisk, William J.. Can sorbent-based gas phase air cleaning for VOCs substitute for ventilation in commercial buildings? In IAQ 2007 Healthy and Sustainable Buildings. Baltimore, MD: American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers, Inc., Atlanta, GA, 2007. Download: PDF (719.43 KB)
Mendell, Mark J., and William J. Fisk. "Is health in office buildings related only to psychosocial factors?" Occupational and Environmental Medicine 64, no. 1 (2007): 69-70.
Fisk, William J., and Olli Seppänen. Providing better indoor environmental quality brings economic benefits In REHVA World Congress - CLIMA 2007. Helsinki, Finland, 2007.

2006

Fisk, William J., David Faulkner, and Douglas P. Sullivan. Accuracy of CO2 Sensors in Commercial Buildings: A Pilot Study.. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 2006. Download: PDF (175.12 KB)

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