Professor, Building, Civil, and Environmental Engineering
Dr. Wang is Associate Director of the Centre for Zero Energy Building Studies (CZEBS) and have led multiple large-scale projects with Canada federal and provincial grants focusing on urban climate and sustainability with the focus on studying the impacts of the climate change, such as Advancing Climate Change Science in Canada, and Canada Foundation of Innovation, contributing to international codes/standards and guidelines, such as IECC, ASHRAE, and REHVA. His research also contributed to the mitigation of urban heat island and COVID-19 impacts in Canada and were widely covered by the media. He has organized large international conferences and workshops and led multi-disciplinary projects, collaborating with many governments and research institutes, including National Research Council Canada (NRC), Health Canada, and Environment and Climate Change Canada. Dr. Wang is also leading the NRC collaboration in the recent Canada First Research Excellence Fund (CFREF) project “Electrifying Society – Towards Decarbonized Resilient Communities”.
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