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
Self-tuning Control with Fuzzy Rule-Based Supervision for HVAC Applications In ITAC 91. International Symposium on Intelligent Tuning and Adapative Control. Singapore, 1991.
Use of a Building Emulator to Develop Techniques for Improved Commissioning and Control of HVAC Systems." ASHRAE Transactions 97, no. 1 (1991). "
Use of a Building Emulator to Evaluate Control Strategies Implemented in Commercial BEMS In Building Environmental Performance '91. Cantebury, England, 1991.
Use of Building Emulators to Evaluate the Performance of Building Energy Management Systems In Building Simulation '91. Nice, France, 1991.
The Influence of Tuning on the Performance of a Building Control System In System Simulation in Buildings '90. Liège, Belgium, 1990.
A Robust Self-Tuning Controller for HVAC Applications." ASHRAE Transactions, no. 2 (1989). "
Simulation of Local Loop Controls In Building Simulation 89. Vancouver, Canada, 1989.
Daylight in Dynamic Thermal Modelling Programs: a Case Study." Building Services Engineering Research & Technology 9, no. 4 (1988): 183-188. "
Towards an Environment for HVAC Control System Evaluation." In USER-1 Building Simulation Conference. European Society for Computer Simulation. Ostend, Belgium, 1988. "
Performance of Roofpond Cooled Residences in U.S. Climate." Passive Solar Journal 4, no. 3 (1987): 265-292. "