Philip Haves is the Leader of the Simulation Research Group. He has worked on different aspects of commercial buildings since 1986, with particular interests in simulation and in building operations. He is a Fellow of ASHRAE, the chair of its Technical Committee on Energy Calculations and a former Chair of its Technical Committee on Building Operation Dynamics. He is the immediate past president of IBPSA-USA, the US affiliate of the International Building Performance Simulation Association. He has a BA in Physics from Oxford University and a PhD in Radio Astronomy from Manchester University.
Journal Editorial Board Memberships
Building Simulation: An International Journal , Editorial Board
Building Services Engineering Research and Technology , Editorial Board
Design, Construction and Commissioning of Building Emulators for EMCS Applications." ASHRAE Transactions 100, no. Pt. 1 (1994). "
Evaluating the Performance of Building Control Systems using an Emulator." Building Services Engineering Research & Technology 15, no. 3 (1994). "
Fault Detection in Air-Conditioning Systems Using A.I. Techniques In BEP'94. York, England, 1994.
Investigation of the Reliability of Building Emulators for Testing Energy Management and Control Systems." ASHRAE Transactions 100, no. Pt. 1 (1994). "
Model-Based Approaches to Fault Detection and Diagnosis in Air-Conditioning System In System Simulation in Buildings '94. Liège, Belgium, 1994.
Automatic Commissioning of HVAC Control Systems In CLIMA 2000. London, England, 1993.
Development of Techniques to Assist in the Commissioning of HVAC Control Systems In CIBSE National Conference. Manchester, UK, 1993.
Climate Change and Passive Cooling in Europe In PLEA'92 Conference. Auckland, New Zealand, 1992.
Environmental Control in Energy Efficient Buildings." In Energy Efficient Buildings: A Design Guide. Oxford: Blackwell Scientific Publications Ltd, 1992. "
Impacts of Climate Change In International Energy Agency Future Buildings Forum Workshop on Innovative Cooling. Solihull, England, 1992.