Research Associate and Post-Doctorate Fellows, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Sanphawat Jatupatwarangkul was practicing and teaching in the architecture and design industry in Bangkok Thailand before earning a Doctor of Architecture at University of Hawai’i at Manoa in Fall 2012. He is a national winner of the 2010 Natural Talent Design Competition hosted by US Green Building Council. Recently he has continued his efforts at UH in a Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Advanced Building Energy Simulation and Computational Fluid Dynamics Simulation. His expertise is in environmental design and energy analysis approaches to architectural design. He now works as the Assistant Project Director of the Environmental Research and Design Lab (ERDL) with responsibilities in research, education, as well as supervision and coordination of BIM modeling and field surveying. Sanphawat ‘s vision for UHM includes an expanded knowledge of the campus’s environmental concerns through both design and education - ultimately improving campus’s the sustainable environment, quality of life, and reduction in energy consumption.