Noah Cassidy received his MASc. and BASc. in Civil Engineering from the University of Toronto. Noah is excited by applying his technical expertise and skills in data analysis to create a more sustainable future. He has worked on the application of passive design to First Nations housing and on the connection between waste and GHG emissions. As a graduate student at the University of Toronto, he founded the Sustainable Buildings Network, a group dedicated to connecting students, faculty and industry involved with sustainable buildings.
Assess performance of the centralized pressurized corridor ventilation system vs. decentralized ERV system in two architecturally similar side-by-side high-rise MURBs in Toronto and investigate methods to improve performance through coupled energy and airflow simulations.
Berquist, J., Cassidy, N., Touchie, M.F., O’Brien, W., Fine, J. “High-rise residential building ventilation in cold climates: A review of ventilation system types and their impact on in-situ building performance,” Indoor Air (2022) 10.1111/ina.13158