Chunliu Mao

Chunliu Mao

College Station, TX, US



 Architecture major, complemented with mechanical engineering background.
 Research focuses on energy-efficiency and renewable energy technologies for commercial buildings.
 Three-year experience in building energy simulation.
 Extensively used building energy codes (IECC and ASHRAE) and simulation programs throughout the research period.
 Familiar with LEED credential and concepts.
 Familiar with sensors, data loggers and monitor software for measuring building energy use and solar system.
 Key member of Better Building Case Competition host by Department of Energy


Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, US, PhD, Architecture

Dissertation Topic: Analysis of Building Peak Heating and Cooling Load Calculation Methods for designing Today’s Commercial Buildings in the United States.

Jan 2011 - current

Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, US, Masters, Mechanical

Thesis: Adhesive Contact of a Conical Frustum Punch with a Transversely Isotropic or an Orthotropic Elastic Half Space

Sep 2008 - Dec 2010