Stefano Schiavon, PhD

Associate Professor of Architecture

Stefano Schiavon, PhD, is an Associate Professor of Architecture at UC Berkeley. Stefano is focusing on finding ways to reduce energy consumption in buildings while also increasing occupant health, well-being, and productivity. Stefano has worked on radiant-hydronic systems, occupant satisfaction, underfloor air distribution (UFAD), air movement, thermal comfort, personal comfort systems, indoor environmental quality, LEED, energy simulation, and statistical modeling.

At the University of Padova, Italy, he received a PhD in Energy in 2008, and a Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering in 2005 with distinction. He has been a visiting scholar at both Tsinghua University, China, and at the International Centre for Indoor Environment and Energy at the Technical University of Denmark. He has been Assistant Professor at Polytechnic University of Turin. He joined UC Berkeley in 2011.He received the ASHRAE Ralph Nevins Physiology and Human Environment Award 2013 and the REHVA Young Scientist Award in 2010. He is active in technical and standards committees of ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers).

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Stefano Schiavon
Associate Professor of Architecture
schiavon@berkeley.edu

Center for the Built Environment
390 Wurster Hall #1839
Berkeley, CA 94720-1839