Erica Cochran Hameen is an assistant professor and UDream Program director. She has more than 20 years of experience developing technical design solutions to create sustainable, healthy and energy efficient commercial buildings. She’s led multiple projects focused on modeling tools, solutions to streamline whole building energy data access, energy efficiency policy, strategies to increase market uptake of DOE tools and solutions, energy and IEQ data analytics and community engagement to enhance energy efficiency awareness.
Erica Cochran, Assistant Professor and UDream Project Director at Carnegie Mellon University, gave a seminar on December 8, 2017, as part of the UC Davis Energy Graduate Group Seminar Series titled "Beyond Energy Efficiency: How Big Data Can Lead to Socially Responsible Design."
Erica Cochran presents Energy Efficiency, Public Policy, and Social Equity Interconnection: The Key to Global Change, an "Andy Talk" during Carnegie Mellon's Energy Week 2016.
The Center for Building Performance and Diagnostics (CBPD) conducts research and demonstration projects and offers teaching in building performance and diagnostics.
The Consortium for Building Energy Innovation (formerly the Energy Efficient Buildings Hub) is working to address the unique and complex challenges of building energy efficiency and to accelerate the Consortium’s national impact in the building retrofit market.
UDream (Urban Design Regional Employment Action for Minorities), an 18-week intensive program offered in the summer and fall at Carnegie Mellon University, gives minority students a hands-on approach to urban design with a goal of keeping them in the city.
Ryan Sullivan: Understanding Climate Change Through Clouds
The CAPS strives to be world leaders in science, engineering and policy covering the full role of fine particulate matter in the atmosphere. Their goal in research is to substantially advance the state of knowledge across this spectrum and both to provide policy-relevant research and to participate directly and actively in the evolution of environmental policy related to particulate matter.