Projects


Publications


Books
2008 T Dogan et al., “Concerning Istanbul”, Entwerfen und Hochbaukonstruktion, TU Darmstadt, ISBN: 978 3 88536 107 7
2008 T Dogan, K Kral, “anSICHTEN, Katalog zur Jahresausstellung 2008 des Fachbereichs Architektur der TU Darmstadt”, Wasmuth, Tübingen 2008, ISBN: 978 3 8030 0701 8
Journal articles:
2015 T Dogan, C F Reinhart, P Michalatos, “Autozoner: An algorithm for automatic thermal zoning of buildings with unknown interior space definitions”, Journal of Building Performance Simulation, 2015. doi:10.1080/19401493.2015.1006527
2011 C F Reinhart, T Dogan, D Ibarra and H W Samuelson, "Learning by playing – teaching energy simulation as a game", Journal of Building Performance Simulation, 2011. doi:10.1080/19401493.2011.619668
Refereed Proceedings
2014 C Cerezo, T Dogan, C Reinhart, “Towards standardized building properties template files for early design energy model generation”, Proceedings of 2014 ASHRAE/IBPSA-USA Building Simulation Conference, Atlanta, USA
2014 T Dogan, C F Reinhart, P Michalatos, “Automated multi-zone building energy model generation for schematic design and urban massing studies”, Proceedings of eSIM 2014, Ottawa, Canada
2013 C F Reinhart T Dogan, J A Jakubiec, T Rakha, and A Sang, “UMI. An urban simulation environment for building energy use, daylighting and walkability", Proceedings of Building Simulation 2013, Chambery, France, August 2013
2013 T Dogan and C F Reinhart, "Automated conversion of architectural massing models into thermal "shoebox" models", Proceedings of Building Simulation 2013, Chambery , France, August 2013
2013 T Dogan, CF Reinhart, “Atmospheres: Proof of concept for web-based 3D Energy Modeling for designers with WebGL/HTML5 and modern event-driven, asynchronous server systems.”, Proceedings of Building Simulation 2013, Chambery , France, August 2013
2012 T Dogan, C F Reinhart and P Michelatos, "Urban daylight simulation: Calculating the daylit area of urban designs", Proceedings of SimBuild 2012, Madison, Wisconsin, USA
2012 B Wang, T Dogan, D Pal and C F Reinhart, "Simulating naturally ventilated buildings with detailed CFD-based wind pressure database", Proceedings of SimBuild 2012, Madison, Wisconsin, USA

About


Timur Dogan is an architect, building scientist and educator and holds a PhD form MIT, an MDes from Harvard GSD and a Dipl.Ing. from TU Darmstadt. His work investigates the intersections of architectural design, sustainability, building performance simulation and computational design. At Cornell AAP he is an Assistant Professor in the area of Building Technology and Environmental Systems. Timur's research expertise is in daylight and energy modeling, passive climate control strategies and performance driven design workflows in both urban and architectural scales. His academic work was supported by an MIT Presidential Fellowship, Transsolar Energietechnik GmbH, the German Academic Exchange Service-DAAD and the German National Academic Foundation. The outcomes of Timur's research are sustainable design analysis methods, workflows, teaching concepts, computer-based design tools and patented building components. Click here for the full CV