Jason Brown

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  • Job Title: Assistant Professor, School of Architecture
    Digital Building Lab, High Performance Buildings, School of Architecture
  • Jason Brown 03/2016

Jason Brown received his BS in Engineering from Baylor University and his MS in Mechanical Engineering and Ph.D. in Architecture degrees from Georgia Tech. Prior to working in architecture, he engaged in experimental fluid mechanics with applications in biological cell culture, the sensory ecology of marine plankton, and the carbon cycle in the oceans.

His current research activities include energy performance based decision-making, particularly during early architectural design, calibration of energy models in support of building retrofits, and large-scale (e.g. urban-scale) building energy modeling.  His further research ambition involves investigating the roles of buildings in the larger context of coupled human and natural systems, including climate change.  He teaches the two Environmental Systems courses, Building Physics Modeling, and Facades Engineering.


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College of Design, School of Architecture

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  • Created On: Sep 9, 2010 - 12:07pm
  • Last Updated: Mar 30, 2016 - 11:18pm