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Yunyang Ye

Yunyang Ye

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
PO Box 999
Richland, WA 99352


Dr. Yunyang Ye joined PNNL in 2020 as a building energy research engineer working on the Building Energy Codes Program. He graduated from University of Colorado Boulder with a Ph.D. degree in Architectural Engineering. Yunyang involved in many research events during his Ph.D. study. He has already published over 15 papers and achieved multiple awards, such as ASHRAE Travel Grant-in-Aid and Best Paper Award. Yunyang is interested in building energy modeling, building code and standards analyses, urban scale modeling, building-to-grid integration, and energy policies. The topic of his Ph.D. dissertation is "Standardized Computational Framework for Prototypical Building Energy Model Creation and Building Energy Analyses". Yunyang is currently working on building energy simulations and analyses, and urban scale modeling.

Research Interests

  • Building energy modeling
  • Building code and standards analyses
  • Urban scale modeling
  • Building-to-grid integration
  • Energy policies

Education and Credentials

  • Ph.D., Architectural Engineering, University of Colorado Boulder
  • M.S., Power Engineering (HVAC), Tongji University, China
  • B.S., Building Environment and Facilities Engineering, Tongji University, China

Affiliations and Professional Service

  • ASHRAE Member
  • IBPSA-USA Member

Awards and Recognitions

  • ASHRAE Travel Grant-in-Aid, 2019.
  • ASHRAE Student Travel Grant, 2018.
  • Best Paper Award, Chinese National Conference on HVAC Modeling, 2017.
  • Outstanding Service Award, ASHRAE University of Miami Chapter, 2017.

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