Brent Stephens
Brent Stephens
Professor, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, IL, Built Environment Research Group
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A communal catalogue reveals Earth’s multiscale microbial diversity
LR Thompson, JG Sanders, D McDonald, A Amir, J Ladau, KJ Locey, ...
Nature 551 (7681), 457-463, 2017
Equilibrium optimizer: A novel optimization algorithm
A Faramarzi, M Heidarinejad, B Stephens, S Mirjalili
Knowledge-Based Systems 191, 105190, 2020
Ultrafine particle emissions from desktop 3D printers
B Stephens, P Azimi, Z El Orch, T Ramos
Atmospheric Environment 79, 334-339, 2013
Emissions of ultrafine particles and volatile organic compounds from commercially available desktop three-dimensional printers with multiple filaments
P Azimi, D Zhao, C Pouzet, NE Crain, B Stephens
Environmental science & technology 50 (3), 1260-1268, 2016
A model of vegetated exterior facades for evaluation of wall thermal performance
I Susorova, M Angulo, P Bahrami, B Stephens
Building and Environment 67, 1-13, 2013
Open Source Building Science Sensors (OSBSS): A low-cost Arduino-based platform for long-term indoor environmental data collection
AS Ali, Z Zanzinger, D Debose, B Stephens
Building and Environment 100, 114-126, 2016
Bacterial colonization and succession in a newly opened hospital
S Lax, N Sangwan, D Smith, P Larsen, KM Handley, M Richardson, ...
Science translational medicine 9 (391), eaah6500, 2017
Mechanistic transmission modeling of COVID-19 on the Diamond Princess cruise ship demonstrates the importance of aerosol transmission
P Azimi, Z Keshavarz, JG Cedeno Laurent, B Stephens, JG Allen
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (8), e2015482118, 2021
Microbiology of the built environment
JA Gilbert, B Stephens
Nature Reviews Microbiology 16 (11), 661-670, 2018
Ten questions concerning the microbiomes of buildings
RI Adams, S Bhangar, KC Dannemiller, JA Eisen, N Fierer, JA Gilbert, ...
Building and Environment 109, 224-234, 2016
Estimates of HVAC filtration efficiency for fine and ultrafine particles of outdoor origin
P Azimi, D Zhao, B Stephens
Atmospheric Environment 98, 337-346, 2014
HVAC filtration for controlling infectious airborne disease transmission in indoor environments: Predicting risk reductions and operational costs
P Azimi, B Stephens
Building and environment 70, 150-160, 2013
The effects of climbing vegetation on the local microclimate, thermal performance, and air infiltration of four building facade orientations
I Susorova, P Azimi, B Stephens
Building and Environment 76, 113-124, 2014
Penetration of ambient submicron particles into single‐family residences and associations with building characteristics
B Stephens, JA Siegel
Indoor air 22 (6), 501-513, 2012
The effects of filtration on pressure drop and energy consumption in residential HVAC systems (RP-1299)
B Stephens, A Novoselac, JA Siegel
Hvac&R Research 16 (3), 273-294, 2010
Indoor air pollution in developing countries: research and implementation needs for improvements in global public health
ET Gall, EM Carter, C Matt Earnest, B Stephens
American journal of public health 103 (4), e67-e72, 2013
Ultrafine particle removal by residential heating, ventilating, and air‐conditioning filters
B Stephens, JA Siegel
Indoor Air 23 (6), 488-497, 2013
Microbial exchange via fomites and implications for human health
B Stephens, P Azimi, MS Thoemmes, M Heidarinejad, JG Allen, JA Gilbert
Current Pollution Reports 5, 198-213, 2019
Measuring the penetration of ambient ozone into residential buildings
B Stephens, ET Gall, JA Siegel
Environmental science & technology 46 (2), 929-936, 2012
Operational characteristics of residential and light-commercial air-conditioning systems in a hot and humid climate zone
B Stephens, JA Siegel, A Novoselac
Building and Environment 46 (10), 1972-1983, 2011
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