- Senior Sustainability Scientist, Global Institute of Sustainability and Innovation
- Professor, The Design School, Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Dr. Bryan is a specialist in building technology who focuses on the interface between technology and the design of ecologically responsible environments. He is the recipient of three Progressive Architecture Awards, a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, served on the ASHRAE committee responsible for developing the 90.1-1989 National Energy Standard, and is a member of the Task Group concerned with Buildings Impact on the Environment.
- PhD, Architecture, University of California - Berkeley, 1987
- MS, Energy and Resources, University of California - Berkeley, 1980
- MArch, Architecture, University of California - Berkeley, 1975
- BArch, Architecture, Arizona State University, 1973
Jo, J., J. D. Carlson, J. S. Golden and H. Bryan. 2010. An integrated empirical and modeling methodology for analyzing solar reflective roof technologies on commercial buildings. Building and Environment 45:453-460.
Jo, J., J. D. Carlson, J. S. Golden and H. Bryan. 2010. Sustainable urban energy: Development of a mesoscale assessment model for solar reflective roof technologies. Energy Policy 38:7951-7959.
Jo, J., H. Bryan and J. S. Golden. 2009. Evaluating the environmental and financial benefits of a "cool" roof system in hot arid climate zones. Poser presented at the February 2009 Energy and Environment Conference.
Jo, J., H. Bryan and J. S. Golden. 2009. Evaulating regional application potential of building integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) as an intervention strategy for energy related vulnerabilities in the Phoenix metropolitan area. Poster presented at the February 2009 Energy and Environment Conference.
Jo, J., H. Bryan and J. S. Golden. 2009. Evaluating the environment and financial benefits of a "cool" roof system in hot aird climate zones. Presentation at the February 2009 Energy and Environmental Conference.
Jo, J., J. Carlson, H. Bryan and J. S. Golden. 2009. Quantifying the direct and indirect benefits of a "cool" roof renovation project in hot arid climate zones. Presentation at the January 2009 American Meterological Society UrbEnv Symposium.
Bryan, H. 2011. Chapter 5: Energy efficiency - the Arizona challenge. Pp. 84-90 In: Miller, C. A. and S. Moore eds., Arizona's Energy Future. Arizona Town Hall. Ninety-ninth Town Hall. Grand Canyon, AZ. (link )