- Senior Global Futures Scientist, Julie Ann Wrigley Global Futures Laboratory
- Assistant Professor, School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment, Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
Kristen Parrish is an Assistant Professor in the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment at Arizona State University (ASU). Kristen's work focuses on integrating energy efficiency measures into building design, construction, and operations processes. Specifically, she is interested in novel design processes that financially and technically facilitate energy-efficient buildings. Her work also explores how principles of lean manufacturing facilitate energy-efficiency in the commercial building industry. Prior to joining ASU, Kristen was at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) as a Postdoctoral Fellow (2009-11) and then a Scientific Engineering Associate (2011-2012) in the Building Technologies and Urban Systems Department. She worked in the Commercial Buildings group, developing energy efficiency programs and researching technical and non-technical barriers to energy efficiency in the buildings industry. She has a background in collaborative design and integrated project delivery. She holds a BS and MS in Civil Engineering from the University of Michigan and a PhD in Civil Engineering Systems from University of California Berkeley.
- PhD, Civil Engineering Systems, University of California-Berkeley, 2009
- MS, Civil and Environmental Engineering (Structural Engineering), University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2005
- BS, Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2004
Green, R. A., K. Gunberg, K. Parrish and T. Munger. 2007. A simple uniform hazard design spectral shape for rock sites. Seismological Research Letters 78(2):323-343.
Parrish, K., J. M. Wong, I. D. Tommelein and B. Stojadinovic. 2007. Proof of concept of set-based deisgn for reinforced concrete structures. Pp. 213-222 In: Pasquire, C. L. and P. Tzortzopoulos eds., 18-20 July 2007, East Lansing, MI.