Marco Pritoni is a Research Scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory where he conducts research in the area of advanced controls, data-driven modeling and data analytics applied to buildings. He leads a team of researchers working on optimization of building operation and building-to-grid interaction. Marco has a multidisciplinary background spanning mechanical engineering, building science, data science and human behavior. He holds a PhD and MS in Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering from UC Davis and MS in Industrial Engineering from the University of Bologna, Italy.
Mechanical Research Scientist/Engineer
Energy efficiency and the misuse of programmable thermostats: The effectiveness of crowdsourcing for understanding household behavior
Facilitating energy savings with programmable thermostats: evaluation and guidelines for the thermostat user interface
Folk Labeling: Insights on Improving Usability and Saving Energy Gleaned from After-Market Graffiti on Common Appliances