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Adjunct Teaching Professor
Affiliated Department or Office:
Civil & Environmental Engineering
PhD Building Engineering - Concordia University 2009
Kaven Hall - 209 B
Novel building envelope materials and systems
Building mechanical systems
Numerical simulation of the indoor environment (building HVAC, energy, daylighting, thermal and hygrothermal performance)
Fallahi A., Kosny J., Shukla N., Fontanini A.D., Watts A., Carbary L., Serino R., "First US Commercial Building with Walls Retrofitted Using Vacuum Insulation Panels (VIPs): Results of Field Performance Study of VIP-Based Exterior Wall Insulation System," ASHRAE Transactions, St. Louis, MO, 2016.
Fontanini A.D., Kosny J., Fallahi A., Shukla N., Ganapathysubramanian B., "Development and verification of the Fraunhofer Attic Thermal Model (FATM)," Journal of Building Performance Simulation, 2016, pg. 1-19.
Honeker C., Fallahi A., Singh R., Watts A., Shukla N. “Residential Solar Systems as an Appliance – Plug and Play PV”, TechConnect Conference 2016, DC;
Fallahi A., Yarbrough D., Kosny J. “Field Performance of Radiant Barriers and IRCC Systems for Attic Retrofits”, BEST4 Conference, Kansas City MO, April 2015;
Fallahi A., Edgar J., Kosny J., Watts A., Jeng L. “Field test data from retrofit of a small residential house using EIFS technology”, BEST4 Conference, Kansas City MO, April 2015;
Kosny J., Fallahi A., Kossecka E. “Use of Thermal Inertia for Reduction of HVAC Energy Consumption in Cooling Dominated Climates”, BEST4 Conference, Kansas City MO, April 2015;