Assistant Professor, USC
Kyle Konis, PhD., AIA, is an Assistant Professor of Architecture at USC, and a licensed architect with a Ph.D in building science. While pursuing his Ph.D, he worked for 4 years with the windows and Daylighting Group at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. His is currently conducting research examining the health benefits of daylight access in a range of institutional building types. He is currently a member of the IESNA Daylight Metrics Committee.