Julian (Jialiang) Wang
Ph.D., Dr. Eng., M.Arch
Texas A&M University
Office: 791 Rhodes Hall
E-mail : email@example.com
Areas of Interest
Dr. Wang’s research focuses on sustainable built environments. The areas of interest include smart buildings and envelopes, daylighting and windows, performance-based design and analysis, and biomimicry for building sustainability. He is particularly interested in the multidisciplinary approach to sustainable design which combines experimental works on building technologies, computational modeling and simulation, and user-ended data sensing and processing.
Research Projects and Grants
First Responder Indoor Location Using LTE Direct Mode Operations and BIM (Co-PI). NIST PSCR, $398,869, 08/01/2017 to 07/31/2019
Tailored Energy Feedbacks to Promote Household Energy Saving Behaviors (PI). UC AHSS, $30,000, 07/01/2017 to 12/31/2018
The Photothermal Effects of Iron Oxide Nanoparticles on Energy Efficient Windows (Co-PI). NSF CMMI, $349,948, 08/01/2016 to 07/31/2019.
Sensible Home: Micro-environmental Control through Wearable Personal Sensors (PI). EPA P3 Phase II, $75,000, 11/01/2016 to 10/31/2018.
Sensible Home: Micro-environmental Control through Wearable Personal Sensors (PI). EPA P3 Phase I, $15,000, 11/01/2015 to 10/31/2016.
Study on Bioclimatic Features of Bio-inspired Kinetic Envelopes Based on Parametric Methods of BIM (PI). NSFC, ~ $37,332, 01/01/2013-12/31/2015
Integrating BIM into Biomimicry for Sustainable Design (PI). Boston Society of Architects / American Institute of Architect (AIA), $10,000, 01/01/2011-12/31/2011
Ph.D. Student Positions Available -- Dr. Wang is looking for self-motivated and hard-working Ph.D. students who are interested in sustainable built environments to join his group. M.S. students will be also considered if the student plans to continue for a PhD degree. Financial supports will be provided. With Dr. Wang, students can pursue a PhD degree in Architectural Engineering at CEAS or a PhD degree in Architecture at DAAP with a thesis topic in any of the following areas: sustainable building technology, comprehensive building design, building envelopes, parametric methods for sustainability, and sensor- and data-processing for smart buildings.
Candidates should possess a background or strong academic interests in building technology / building systems / architectural engineering / sustainable design. Preferred technical skills include: data processing and analysis, sensor-based systems, and programming.
Interested applicants may contact Dr. Wang (firstname.lastname@example.org) with a complete professional CV (including educational background, GPA, skills, research /working experience, and a list of publications / design works).