Ihab Elzeyadi, Department of Architecture

Ihab Elzeyadi

ihab@uoregon.edu
Academic Areas:
Architecture, Design and Health, Sustainable Design, Indoor Environmental Quality, Occupant’s Productivity and Well-being

Ihab Elzeyadi is an expert in architecture as it relates to occupant’s health, productivity, and well-being. His multi-disciplinary research area combines sustainable design, occupational health, indoor environmental quality, and employee’s productivity and well-being. At the University of Oregon, he is a professor of architecture and the director of the High Performance Environments Lab (HiPE), where he develops tools and technologies for the design and assessment of High Performance Environments and the Green Building industry.

Contact:
ihab@uoregon.edu | 541-346-3670

Websites:
http://architecture.uoregon.edu/content/ihab-elzeyadi
http://hipe.uoregon.edu/
http://sustainable.uoregon.edu/faculty/ihab-elzeyadi/

Recent Media:
The science behind how nature affects your health (Forbes, June 15, 2017)
Forget beanbag chairs. Amazon is giving its workers treehouses. (The New York Times, July 10, 2016)
Buildings that grow, breathe and burn calories (OZY, June 18, 2016)
How this startup is using bacteria to grow bricks from scratch (Inc. Jan. 19, 2016)
High-tech companies, low-tech offices (The New Yorker, April 25, 2014)
Architecture professor ready to help produce green facades with FIT (Around the O, April 18, 2013)
UO solar awning project reaches semifinals in national competition, seeks to bridge business-academic gap (Portland Architecture, July 2011)
Graduate research focuses on innovative envelope retrofits for existing buildings (College of Design, April 14, 2011)
Solar awning and energy triple threat (Daily Journal of Commerce, April 30, 2010)