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Personal Profile

Matthew Dahlhausen joined NREL in 2018 after working as a building energy modeling consultant. His work focuses on national building stock models to evaluate buildings as a distributed energy efficiency resource for the grid, and energy model calibration to better understand how energy models deviate from reality. He maintains the openstudio-standards gem used by several building energy modeling software developers. His main interest is improving the tools architects and engineers use for building design and retrofit. 

Research Interests

Zero Energy/Zero Emissions Building Design

Building Energy Model Calibration

Commercial Building Stock Modeling

Education/Academic Qualification

Bachelor, Environmental Engineering, Dartmouth College

Bachelor, Engineering Science, Dartmouth College

Master, Architectural Engineering, Pennsylvania State University

PhD, Mechanical Engineering, University of Maryland


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