Cody Rose

Cody Rose is a research scientist in the Sustainable Design Lab in MIT's Department of Architecture. His current research involves urban-scale building performance simulation, and he is developing the software architecture for umi, which is software that integrates multiple urban simulation views within the Rhinoceros modeling environment. Prior to coming to MIT, he worked at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory on a variety of projects including automated building geometry translation for EnergyPlus, the estimation of demand response potential, and building lighting control fault detection and diagnosis. He received his bachelor's degree in Computer Science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

SMBT thesis: Towards Interactive Sustainable Neighborhood Design: Combining a Tangible User Interface With Real Time Building Simulations