University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Christina Bollo is an Assistant Professor at the University of Illinois School of Architecture. Her research focuses on the social, economic, and environmental ramifications of housing design and policy on the people who live there. She is currently investigating the tradeoffs between autonomy and community for the residents of Permanent Supportive Housing. She teaches active-learning courses in Health, Wellbeing and Architecture and graduate-level design studios: her close connections with developers and architects expose students to the affordable housing industry. She holds a PhD in sustainable architecture from the University of Oregon, and is a licensed architect in Illinois and Washington State.
University of Oregon
Ihab Elzeyadi is an architect and building scientist. His research focus on Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) and Occupant’s well-being in the built environment. Dr. Elzeyadi has been engaged in the design, construction, and research of high-performance buildings for more than 25 years. His group investigates applied research related to occupant’s comfort, health, and well-being in high performance buildings. Professor Elzeyadi conducted post-occupancy evaluations (POE), and building performance evaluations (BPE) of more than 200 buildings, 150 of them are LEED™ and LBC rated across the design, construction, and occupancy lifespan. In addition, he has provided design assistance for more than eight million S.F. of commercial buildings.