College of Design, Arizona State University
Dr. Bryan is a professor in the College of Design at Arizona State University.
A recognized specialist in building technology, he has authored more than 80 papers and articles on the interface between technology and the design of ecologically-responsible environments. He has served on the design faculties of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Harvard, and the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), where his research received support from numerous public and private sponsors. Dr. Bryan was a member of teams that received three Progressive Architecture Awards, co-chairman of the 1986 International Daylighting Conference and associate editor of the international journal "Building and Environment".
Dr. Bryan is currently active in several professional and technical societies, he has served on the ASHRAE committee responsible for developing the 90.1 National Energy Standard and is presently serving on ASHRAE TC 2.8 which is concerned with the impact of buildings on the environment. He has a B.Arch. from Arizona State University, a M.Arch., M.S. and Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley, is a fellow of the American Institute of Architects as well as a fellow of the American Solar Energy Society.