Name: Dr. Mark Bomberg
Educational Qualification: Ph.D.
Designation: Research Professor at Clarkson University
Department: Department of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering
University: Clarkson University
Research Interests: His research interest is to introduce the next generation dynamically operated low energy buildings. With the background that includes heat, air and moisture transfer, material science and evaluation methodology for durability of construction materials, he believes that using neural networks for integrated control system that operates an adaptable climate and coordinates work of hybrid solar (thermal and photovoltaics) panels, water-based heat pump, radiative heating and cooling one may eliminate energy peaks and dramatically reduce energy loads in new and retrofitted buildings. To this end he acts as a keynote speaker on many conferences. He published over 200 peer reviewed papers (33000 recorded readers) and 7 books; co-founded BEST Conferences in the USA; received the highest awards in building physics in USA and Canada, lives in Canada but primarily works in the US and EU.
Biography: Mark Bomberg, D. Sc (Eng) of Warsaw U, Poland, and Technology D. of Lund U, Sweden, is a Research Professor at Mechanical and Aeronautical Department. of Clarkson U., Potsdam, NY, Visiting Prof. At Cracow TU, Poland, Former Prof. of McMaster U, Hamilton, Canada, and International Prof. Tongji U, Shanghai, China. In years1984-2019 he was Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Building Physics (Sage Corp. London, UK). In 1976-2000 worked at Nat. Research Council of Canada. Currently he is an RD manager in a small company in CNY working on integration of HVAC and building enclosures in NZEB and leading a small international research network. He published over 200 refereed papers and 7 books; has more than 1000 research citations and 33,000 reads on Research Gate (Berlin). He received the highest awards in building physics in both USA and Canada namely Ontario Building Envelope Council (BECKIE, 1999) and honorary membership of Building Enclosure Technology and Environment Committee of the Nat. Institute of Building Sci. Washington DC (2012).