B.S. Civil Engineering 2009-University of Maryland, College Park
M.S. Civil Engineering 2010-University of Maryland, College Park
Ph.D. Civil Engineering 2015-University of Texas at Austin
Energy efficiency of residential and commercial buildings
Smart grid-enabled technologies to improve building performance
HVAC performance and fault detection and diagnostics (FDD)
Big data analytics, data-driven modeling, and inverse modeling of buildings
Energy modeling and simulation
Peak load reduction and demand response
Building envelope performance and systems
Awards and Certifications
Professional Engineer (PE): Civil Engineering
LEED AP BD+C Certified
ASCE ExCEEd Fellow, 2016
National Science Foundation IGERT Fellowship, 2012 – 2014
THRUST 2000 Fellowship, 2012 - 2015
ASHRAE College of Fellows Award, 2014 - 2015
Cetin, K.S. (Accepted). Characterizing Large Residential Appliance Peak Load Reduction Potential Utilizing a Probabilistic Approach. Science and Technology for the Built Environment.
Cetin, K.S., Manuel, L., and Novoselac, A. (2016) Evaluation of the Effect of Technology-Enabled Time-of-Use Energy Pricing on Thermal Comfort and Energy Use in Mechanical-Conditioned Residential Buildings in a Cooling Climate. Building and Environment. 96, 118-130.
Cetin, K.S., Manuel, L., and Novoselac, A. (2016) Thermal Comfort Evaluations for Mechanically Conditioned Buildings using Response Surfaces in an Uncertainty Analysis Framework. Science and Technology for the Built Environment. 22(2), 140-152.
Cetin, K.S. and Novoselac, A. (2015) Single and Multi-Family Residential Central All-Air HVAC System Operational Characteristics in a Cooling-Dominated Climate. Energy and Buildings. 96, 210-220.
Cetin, K.S., Valesco, P., and Novoselac, A. (2014). Appliance Daily Energy Use in New Residential Buildings: Use profiles and variation in time-of-use. Energy and Buildings. 84, 716-726.