Sr. Product Manager, Indoor Environmental Quality, Daikin North America LLC
Dr. Jackson is the Sr. Product Manager for Indoor Environmental Quality at Daikin North America LLC. He received his PhD in Civil Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin in May 2017 where he studied the balance between health risk of formaldehyde and energy cost of ventilation/filtration. His career has included over a decade in marketing in the solar energy industry and nearly two decades in engineering developing products for indoor air quality products for major HVAC companies.
The balance between population health risk of formaldehyde using DALYs (disability adjusted life years) and energy cost in the eight climatic zones in the U.S. is presented for a test house studied at Oak Ridge National Laboratories. Justifiable formaldehyde concentrations depend on climate zone. The economic value of gas phase filtration vs. ventilation will be presented.