Simi T. Hoque
Ph.D. (University of California-Berkeley), M.Arch. (University of California-Berkeley), M.S.Eng (Carnegie Mellon University), B.A. (Johns Hopkins University)
Dr. Hoque teaches environmental systems and sustainable design principles. Her research is focused around the application and development of energy efficient buildings. She specializes in energy modeling, resource efficiency, and systems design and is seeking to improve the way buildings use the earth’s resources.
Dr. Hoque is a member of the American Society of Heating, Cooling, and Air Conditioning Engineers and a LEED accredited professional. Before her appointment to the ECo faculty in 2008, Hoque was a lecturer in the Department of Architecture at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. At that time she was a consulting mechanical engineer at Norian/Siani Engineering, Inc. in Waltham, MA.