Associate Professor, Building, Civil, and Environmental Engineering
Dr. Lee specializes in building energy performance simulation. His current research is interdisciplinary in nature covering areas in building envelopes, HVAC systems, renewable energy systems, and lighting as they are applied to building as a whole. His work focuses on investigating how to better employ different computational simulation techniques to study the performance of the built environment in an integrated manner. The objectives of his research are to facilitate building design decisions that are based on objective and data driven reasoning, and to advance evaluation means to ensure robust design solutions that survive future challenges in a dynamic environment. His current work involves applying building performance simulation, sensitivity analysis, cost-benefit analysis, life-cycle analysis, multi-criteria decision making, multi-objective optimization, automated design space exploration, stochastic risk analysis to different types of built environment to address various concerns.
Dr. Lee joined Concordia in 2014. Dr. Lee obtained his Ph.D. degree from the Department of the Built Environment (Unit of Building Physics and Services) at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), the Netherlands. He graduated from the Pennsylvania State University (Penn State) in 2009 with a M.S. in Architectural Engineering. He earned his B.Eng with distinction in Building Engineering from Concordia University in 2007 and was awarded the Building Engineering Medal.
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