Research Assistant, B-bem project
Uncertainty Analysis of Building Systems
Qi Li is currently an enrolled PhD student at Georgia Institute of Technology, U.S. He joined the Energy Efficient Cities initiative in May 2016 as a visiting Research Assistant, to work on scalable modeling and calibration of hydronic heating system for efficient building energy management. He holds a B.Eng degree in Building Environmental and Equipment Engineering at Tsinghua University, China and a M.S. in Statistics degree at Georgia Institute of Technology, U.S. His research focuses on engineering-based data-driven building energy modeling, urban-scale building energy management, statistical analysis, optimization and data visualization in sustainable building design, operation and retrofit practice.