David G. Scheatzle, Ph.D.
Office: Arch 334 A
David G. Scheatzle
Professor Scheatzle, FAIA, has a BS Architecture from Kent State
University, a MS Engineering from Arizona State University; and
a Doctorate in architecture (Arch D) from The University of
Michigan. Dr. Scheatzle's research is on comfort control with
special interest in integrating passive and active residential
systems to reduce energy consumption. Radiant Cooling is of
particular interest. He is active in technical committees of the
American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning
Engineers (ASHRAE) relating to human comfort and radiant heating
and cooling. Dr. Scheatzle has taught courses in energy,
acoustics, lighting, electrical, plumbing and fire protection.
As a registered architect and a professional engineer he is a
member of the American Institute of Architects, ASHRAE, and the
Society of Building Science Educators.