Esber Andiroglu is a registered professional engineer in multiple states and a LEED AP-accredited educator who has extensive industry experience in evaluation, design, operation, and performance analysis of HVAC, plumbing, fire protection, and life-safety systems, as well as power and lighting systems for a broad range of commercial and residential-building occupancies. His public-education work centers on sustainability, preservation, and recovery of water resources; energy demand; and empowerment of local communities while protecting public health. Andiroglu teaches courses on environmental systems, sustainable design, and sustainable construction, with an emphasis on built environments and communities, and researches the development of virtual fan/ pump-flow meters and their application to air- and water-conveyance systems to optimize performance efficiency. In addition, he is involved in the research and development of engineered solutions related to smart-water-energy infrastructures in response to climate-change challenges in urban-community settings.
PhD, PE, LEED AP, Associate Professor of Prof. Practice, Dept. of Civil, Architectural & Environmental Engineering, College of Engineering, University of Miami