Senior Research Associate, LEED AP BD+C
Flore Marion is a Research Associate at the Center for Building Performances and Diagnostics of Carnegie Mellon University since 2007. She is a LEED AP BD+C with a Master in Sustainable Building Sciences from Universite Paul Sabatier, France.
She is currently a Co-PI on several projects of the Consortium for Building Energy Innovation. Her research interests ranges from building energy modeling to conducting field experiments in order to measure the performance of new technologies or new strategies and their impacts on occupants. Flore Marion's past research topics include natural ventilation in continental climate or dynamic skylight shading. For the past 2 years, she focused on stakeholder engagement for energy data access through the Energy Data Accelerator, a DOE Better Buildings Initiative. Her current studies aim at improving current rebate program customer recruitment by using building data and DOE tools.
In addition to her research, Flore teaches 2 courses in the Doctorate of Professional Practice, on “International Exchange I” and “Comparative Analysis of US and EU practices”. She also assists MSSD and MSBPD students in successfully investigating their thesis hypotheses and teaches in the School of Architecture outreach program in collaboration with the Carnegie Museum of Arts.