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Thursday, May 12 • 10:30am - 12:30pm
Cutting Edge Technologies: Balancing Energy & Comfort
Track: Water, Health + Vitality

In both design and operation, and traditional and green buildings, comfort and efficiency are often seen in opposition to each other. However, with new technologies that harness innovative materials, sensor networks, and more, it is now possible to achieve new heights of comfort and efficiency together. How do we analyze the synergies or incompatibilities of these technologies within a system? How do we maximize the use new technologies to their fullest potential? Through a participatory charrette, participants will learn to create value derived from “smart building” technologies to balance both energy efficiency and human comfort in their own projects.

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Speakers
avatar for Lindsay Baker

Lindsay Baker

VP Business Development, Building Robotics
Ms. Lindsay Baker serves as Vice President of of Business Development at Building Robotics, Inc. and served as its Vice President of Research and Marketing. Ms. Baker is Building Robotics' building industry expert, leading relationship building and research for BR. An established thought leader and writer in the green building community, she was at Google, working as a sustainable operations consultant. Ms. Baker is a Ph.D. Candidate in... Read More →
avatar for David Lehrer

David Lehrer

Communications Director / Researcher, Center for the Built Environment (CBE)
David holds a Master of Architecture degree from UC Berkeley and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design from the University of Arizona. Prior to joining CBE, David acquired over 10 years of experience as a designer and architect. David has been an adjunct faculty member at the California College of the Arts (CCA) where he has taught green building and interdisciplinary design courses. He served for several years as... Read More →
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Lance Piper

Business Development Manager, Big Ass Fans
Lance Piper, LEED Green Associate, is a business development manager at fan manufacturer Big Ass Fans, where he explores long-term growth opportunities in new construction. Prior to his current role, Piper developed a team of national architect and engineering specialists for the company’s new construction sales department. He worked closely with the design community to ensure that products developed by Big Ass Fans meet specifications... Read More →
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Brandon Tinianov

Sr Director, Business Development, View
Dr. Tinianov currently serves as a Senior Director at View and also as the Principal Investigator for the CEC/PIER Zero Net Energy commercial office demonstration. His career in product innovation and strategy for the construction industry have spanned various building systems including insulation, wallboard, glazing and energy management software. To date he has 26 issued patents. Prior to View, he was the former CTO of Serious Materials. He... Read More →


Thursday May 12, 2016 10:30am - 12:30pm
Westin: Pike