Fariborz Haghighat, Ph.D., P.Eng, Fellow ASHRAE, Fellow ISIAQ
Professor, Building, Civil, and Environmental Engineering
Concordia Research Chair - Energy and Environment (Tier I)
Engineering, Computer Science and Visual Arts Integrated Complex,
1515 St. Catherine W.
|Phone:||(514) 848-2424 ext. 3192|
Dr. Haghighat's current research focuses on the fundamentals of heat and mass transport and their applications in building and heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems as well as the development of novel computational techniques for building thermal, airflow, and contaminants analysis, and design of healthy buildings.
Dr. Haghighat is an Associate Editor of the International Journal of Building and Environment, and a member of the Editor Board of several international scientific journals. He was also the Honorary Theme Editor for the Theme 1.32 – Technology, Information, and Systems Management of UNESCO to develop an encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (ELOSS)
Dr. Haghighat's current research focuses on the fundamental of heat and mass transport and its applications in the building and HAVC systems and the development of novel computational techniques for building thermal, airflow, and air quality analysis. He is currently involved in numerous research projects that explore topics such as indoor environment, ventilation, filtration, materials, high-performance green buildings, urban ventilation and outdoor environment, and GHG.
- BLDG 475: Indoor Air Quality and Ventilation
- BLDG 476: Building Thermal Analysis
- BLDG 6611: Building Science
- BLDG 6751: Indoor Air Quality and Ventilation
- CIVI 6601: Modeling in Building and Environmental Engineering
- Urban Heat Island
- Contaminant Distribution and Thermal Stratification in UFAD System in Perimeter Zones
- Development of a Procedure to Measure the Effectiveness of Filter Media for Capturing Nano-Particles
- Air purification and sterilization - Towards design of immune and sustainable buildings
- Optimization Studies for the Design of High Performance Green Buildings - on Approach towards the "Net-Zero" Target by 2030
- UV Photocatalytic Oxidation Technologies
- Applying Energy Storage in Ultra-low Energy Buildings
- GHG Emission