This is a special episode. We brought together 4 deep thinking leaders in their respective fields to discuss post pandemic building design & operation.
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In this episode, we discuss:
- What lessons can we learn from the pandemic in relation to current and future building stock?
- How effective has the multidisciplinary analysis and problem solving been in our response to the pandemic?
- Is it ethical to go back to business as usual in the built environment following the pandemic?
- What changes to building code would we like to see going forward?
Shelly Miller, PhD, Professor Mechanical Engineering
University of Colorado Boulder: https://www.colorado.edu/even/people/shelly-miller
William P. Bahnfleth, PhD, Professor of Architectural Engineering
The Pennsylvania State University: https://iee.psu.edu/people/william-bahnfleth
Roland Clift, PhD, Adjunct Professor
University of British Columbia: https://www.chbe.ubc.ca/profile/roland-clift/
Hema Murty, PhD, Engineer and Data Analyst. Ottawa, Canada
We encourage our listeners to dig deeper into the skills of our accomplished guests as the brief introductions in this episode do not do justice in describing the influence each has within the field of engineering sciences.
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