Dr. Iain Walker is a scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL). He has more than 30 years of experience as a building scientist, conducting research on energy retrofits, zero energy homes and IAQ issues in residential buildings. He is the current chair of the US national residential ventilation standard (ASHRAE 62.2) and serves on standards and technical committees for ASHRAE, ASTM and other national and international standards and professional organizations. He is an ASHRAE Fellow, leads the US DOE national efforts on IAQ in homes and international efforts with the IEA's Air Infiltration and Ventilation Center.
Mechanical Staff Scientist/Engineer
"Energy savings with outdoor temperature-based smart ventilation control strategies in advanced California homes." Energy and Buildings 194 (2019) 317 - 327. 2001207. .
"Efficacy of occupancy-based smart ventilation control strategies in energy-efficient homes in the United States." Building and Environment 156 (2019) 253 - 267. LBNL-2001199. .
"A review of smart ventilation energy and IAQ performance in residential buildings." 39th AIVC Conference. 2019. 2001249. .
"Ventilation and Measured IAQ in new US homes." 40th AIVC Conference. 2019. 2001246. .
"Smart ventilation energy and indoor air quality performance in residential buildings: A review." Energy and Buildings 165 (2018) 416 - 430. .
"Development of a standard capture efficiency test method for residential kitchen ventilation." Science and Technology for the Built Environment 24 (2018) 176–187. .
"Are low-cost sensors good enough for IAQ controls?." 39th AIVC Conference. 2018. 2001247. .