Caroline holds a PhD in Building Science in Architecture from UC Berkeley and a dual Master’s degrees in Architecture and Energy Engineering from INSA Strasbourg. Caroline practiced as a sustainable design and daylight consultant for four years at Transsolar in Stuttgart, where she worked on a range of international building and master planning projects. At Berkeley, her dissertation focused on indoor environmental quality in buildings using radiant systems. Right after her PhD, she worked as senior research scientist for one year at Arup in London, where she led research activities for the skills networks. Caroline recently joined the Laboratory of Integrated Performance in Design (LIPID) as a Postdoctoral researcher. She is enthusiastic about conciliating her interests for daylight and human-centric research, and will investigate the gap between visual comfort and visual interest based on gaze behavior. Caroline has won several awards throughout her career, including the PLEA Best Paper Award in 2018.
|Senior Research Scientist
||Foresight, Research and Innovation
||Sustainable design and daylight
||Building Science in Architecture
||UC Berkeley, College of Environmental Design