Esber Andiroglu

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Esber Andiroglu

Associate Professor in Practice Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering Department
Work Phone: (305) 284-2587




Registered Professional Engineer in multiple States and a LEED AP accredited educator with extensive industry experience in evaluation, design, operation and performance analysis of HVAC, Plumbing, Fire Protection and Life Safety Systems as well as Power and Lighting Systems for the built environment.

Research Interests

Development of virtual fan / pump flow meters and their application to air / water conveyance systems for achieving optimized performance efficiency. Development of engineered solutions related to smart water-energy infrastructures in response to climate change challenges in urban community settings


    • University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL, Ph.D. in Architectural Engineering / Civil Engineering (2015)
    • Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, M.S. in Mechanical Engineering / Combustion & Rocket Propulsion (1985)
    • Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering (1983)


  • GPRO - Operations and Maintenance Essentials / Instructor, Certified instructor for the GPRO Certificate Program as delivery partner for Urban Green Council for the State of Florida. (2018 - Present)
  • LEED AP Building Design + Construction, Green Building Practice design and construction rating system. (2010 - Present)
  • LEED AP, . (2009 - Present)

  • Professional Engineer, (2009 - Present)
  • Professional Engineer, (2008 - Present)
  • Professional Engineer, (1989 - 2019)



    • Juried or Refereed Journal Articles or Exhibitions

      • Andiroglu, E., Song, L., Koosha, K. (2016).Development of a virtual pump water flow meter using power derived from comprehensive energy loss analysis. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FOR THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT, 22, 214-226.
      • Song, L., Andiroglu, E., Shim, G. (2014).Investigations on a virtual airflow meter using projected motor and fan efficiencies. HVAC&R RESEARCH, 20, 178-187.
      • Mantzaras, j., Andiroglu, E., Kuo, K. K. (1985).Recovery of Damaged Solid Propellants by Interrupting Burning and Crack Propagation Process. Scientific Commons.

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