Kenneth Griffin’s energy analyses and studies have been used to inform the design of new high performance buildings in Asia, the Middle East, and North America. He has a published thesis that focuses on thermal mass, natural ventilation, and energy modeling.
- University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Bachelor of Science, Architectural Studies, Illinois
- University of Southern California, Masters of Building Science, Los Angeles, California
LEED Green Associate
- "Mechanics of LEED." Medical Design and Construction magazine. October 2018.
- "Night Flushing and Thermal Mass: Maximizing Natural Ventilation for Energy Conservation through Architectural Features," at the ASES Solar 2010 Conference, Phoenix, Arizona, May 17, 2010.