Michael Gutland is currently completing his PhD in Civil Engineering at Carleton University in the NSERC CREATE Heritage Engineering Program, specializing in building science of heritage structures including hygrothermal modelling, building energy simulation and condition assessment. Particular focus areas include finding ways to better integrate building energy modelling and hygrothermal modelling, developing methods for better analyzing building monitoring data and calibrating energy and hygrothermal models and thermal retrofit and durability assessment of masonry walls.
During his time at Carleton Michael has participated in some exciting extracurricular projects. This includes site recording of the Nyatapola and Bhairav temples in Kathmandu, Nepal; participation in the APT (Association of Preservation Technology) student competitions analyzing historic timber bridges and masonry arches; and the IBPSA (International Building Performance and Simulation Association) student competition in Rome.
PhD – Civil Engineering, 2016-Present, Carleton University
BEng Architectural Conservation and Sustainability Engineering – Environmental Stream, 2011-2016 (High Distinction), Carleton University
ARCC 2202/5096 – Architectural Technology I
Gutland, M., Bucking, S., & Santana Quintero, M. (2019). Assessing Durability of Historic Masonry Walls with Calibrated Energy Models and Hygrothermal Modeling. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 1–17.
Nordic Symposium on Building Physics (2020) Tallinn, Estonia
National Trust Conference (2019) Winnipeg, Manitoba
IBPSA Building Simulation (2019) Rome, Italy
Energy Efficiency in Historic Buildings (2018), Visby, Sweden
APT National Conference (2018), Buffalo, New York (APT Student Scholar)
eSim Conference (2018), Montreal Canada
Building Analytics Specialist – WSP Canada, Ottawa 2018-2020
Intern – Robertson Martin Architects, 2020
Engineering Intern – Department of Foreign Affairs, 2014-2015
Engineering Intern – Heritage Conservation Directorate, 2013