Cátedra Endesa

Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento Ingeniería Eléctrica


Gregor P. Henze, Ph.D., P.E. is a professor of architectural engineering at the University of Colorado, where his teaching focuses on thermal environmental engineering, mechanical systems design, building control and automation systems, advanced solar systems, ap- plied  data  analysis  for  energy  scientists  and  engineers, as well as sustainable building design. His re- search includes model predictive optimal control of building energy systems and building thermal mass, control strategies for mixed-mode buildings that incorporate both natural and mechanical ventilation, uncertainty quantification of occupant behavior and its im- pact, occupancy detection using distributed sensor net- works as well as the integration of building energy sys- tem operations with the electric grid system. Prof. Henze is a professional mechanical engineer, certified high- performance building design professional (HBDP), active member of ASHRAE, associate editor for AS- ME’s Journal of Solar Energy Engineering, Fellow of the  Renewable  and  Sustainable  Energy  Institute,  as well as co-founder and chief scientist of QCoefficient, Inc.