OCCRI Researchers

Title: Research Associate
Name: Jeff Kline
Institution: University of Oregon
Department: Energy Studies in Buildings Laboratory

Research Theme: The Energy Studies in Buildings Laboratory’s (ESBL) research projects are focused on understanding how buildings and related transportation determine energy and resource use. The lab’s goals are to develop strategies for maximum energy efficiency in new materials, components, assemblies, and whole buildings.

Research Fields:

Energy Policy and Technology
Impacts Physical

Professional Activities:

Member, Construction Specifications Institute

Selected Publications:

Natural Ventilation in Northwest Buildings, 2004; with J. Kline, G. Livingston, D. Northcutt, E. Wright.

Energy Scheming, with T. Sekiguchi and J. Kline, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon. 1.0, 1989. 2.0, 1993. 2.5, 1997, 3.0, 2003, 3.1, 2006.

“Configuring structure to improve daylight access in multi-story buildings,” with C. Theodoropoulos, A. Johnson, M. Hatten C. Flint-Chatto, J. Kline, and D. Northcutt, Proceedings of the Architectural Research Centers Consortium 2007 Spring Research Conference, 2007.

“A Prototype High-Performance Classroom for the Pacific Northwest,” March 2007, with T. Blomquist, J. Conduff, M. Hatten, L. Jensen, J. Kline, G. Livingston, D. Northcutt, H. Rudolf, and M. Wilkerson, to the Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance.

“Daylighting Patient Rooms in Northwest Hospitals, Report #1, Daylighting Patient Rooms in Northwest Hospitals,” October 2005, with J. Kline, G. Livingston, B. McDonald, C. Smith, M. Wilkerson, J. Brickman, ZGF; and D. Staczek, ZGF, to Konstrukt, Inc.