John Straube is a Canadian engineer and building scientist. He is an Associate Professor at the Department of Civil Engineering and the School of Architecture at the University of Waterloo where he teaches courses in structural design, material science, and building science to both disciplines. John is also the director of the University of Waterloo Building Engineering Group. He has been deeply involved in the areas of building performance as a consultant, researcher, and educator. His research and practice have focused on the design of energy-efficient, healthy and durable buildings, and the development of new building systems and products. His work is supported by advanced computer simulation and full-scale, natural-exposure performance monitoring. John is a principal of
Building Science Consulting (www.buildingscience.com a building science consultancy, and author of Building Science for Building Enclosures www.buildingsciencepress.com . He lives in a healthy, comfortable, affordable and energy efficient apartment insulated with spray polurethane foam, and wishes he had used even more.
Dr John Straube can be reached at Building Science Consulting, www.buildingscience.com 519 741 7920
A Dinner Seminar presented by John Straube, Ph.D. P.Eng.
Wednesday March 28, 2007 Holiday Inn, 30 Fairway Rd. S. Kitchener
Cash Bar - 6:00 p.m.Dinner - 6:30 p.m.Lecture - 7:00 p.m.
Ticket Cost per person $55.00
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