New Faculty Spotlight: David Fannon
David Fannon is an Assistant Professor with a joint appointment in the School of Architecture and the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, joining the university in Fall 2013.. David is an architect and building scientist whose work integrates research, analysis, and design to develop new strategies for buildings and cities. His expertise includes design, sensing, simulation, and developing new products and systems to reduce resource consumption in construction and use of buildings. David’s research and teaching interests span the disciplines of architecture, engineering and sustainability, with a focus on human comfort and wellbeing. He has held positions at international engineering, architecture, A/E and specialty consulting firms, where he contributed to a range of new construction, renovation and historic restoration projects for government, higher-education and commercial clients. He has consulted on strategic planning and change management and performed simulation and analysis for a range of high-performance buildings around the world.