Durham School of Architectural Engineering & Construction
Lily Wang, Ph.D., P.E.Title: Charles W. and Margre H. Durham Distinguished Professor of Engineering and Technology
Dr. Wang is an internationally renowned expert in building acoustics, including the effects of noise and reverberation on human perception and performance. She is a fellow of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA) as well as a former president. Dr. Wang is the recipient of the ASA R. Bruce Lindsay Award, an NSF CAREER Award, and the ASHRAE Ralph G. Nevins Physiology and Human Environment Award.
Clarence E. Waters
Clarence E. Waters, Ph.D., P.E., F.AEITitle: Aaron Douglas Professorship for Teaching Excellence, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
The Aaron Douglas Professorship is awarded by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Dr. Waters is a Fellow and President Emeritus of the Architectural Engineering Institute and received the first AEI Outstanding Architectural Engineering Educator Award. Twice under his leadership, an Interdisciplinary Team Design Project won the National Council of Examiners of Engineering and Surveying Engineering Grand Prize Award for Connecting Professional Practice and Education.
David Yuill, Ph.D., P.E.Title: Richard L. and Carol S. McNeel Associate Professor of Architectural Engineering and Construction
Dr. Yuill’s areas of research include high-performance sustainable buildings, smart building technology, energy conservation through smart buildings and fault detection and diagnostics (FDD) in HVAC systems. He has led numerous ASHRAE Technical Committees and is also a member of IBPSA.