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Michael Gevelber is an Associate Professor in Boston University's Mechanical Engineering Department. He has an undergraduate degree in Physics (1978) with honors from Brown University and a Masters (1984) and Ph.D (1988) from M.I.T. in Mechanical Engineering, focusing on controls. He is a co-founder of Aeolus Building Efficiency, winner of the MIT Clean Energy Prize (2013), energy efficiency track.
A major focus of his research has been on developing enhanced materials processing capabilities though modeling, sensor development, and integrated system and control design. His current research projects include modelling and control of electrospinning of nanofibers and plasma spray for thermal barrier and fuel cells. In terms of energy, his research focuses on developing better control approaches for optimizing commercial building HVAC systems, as well as analyzing energy efficiency in residential homes, urban housing, and commercial buildings. Professor Gevelber co-chairs the universities energy working group, and serves on the city of Newton’s Energy Commission.
|Minimizing HVAC Energy Use Through Low-cost Software-based Airflow Optimization||May 22, 2016|