Carlos Cerezo Davila

Carlos Cerezo Davila is a Spanish architect and sustainability/energy researcher. He completed a PhD in the Building Technology Program at MIT in 2017. He graduated from the Architecture School of Seville (Spain) in 2010 and he holds a Master in Design Studies (Sustainable Design) from Harvard University, where he also worked as a teaching and research assistant developing a lifecycle embodied energy analysis tool. His current research, working with Prof. Christoph Reinhart, is focused on Life Cycle Analysis and long term simulation of energy and carbon impacts in the built environment, with special interests in questions of urban conservation and management of building stocks.

2017 Doctoral Dissertation: Building Archetype Calibration for Effective Urban Building Energy Modeling