Diana Hun

Diana Hun

Building Envelopes Subprogram Manager, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Diana Hun leads the Building Envelope Materials Research Group at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, which develops, integrates, and evaluates new building envelope materials and assemblies that reduce energy use, lower the embodied energy of buildings, enhance occupant comfort, and are moisture durable. Hun’s current research includes using the latest advances in material science, sensors and controls, and manufacturing techniques to develop technologies such as novel insulation materials, self-healing materials, active envelope systems, non-destructive diagnostic tools, and low-carbon building materials. Hun received a PhD in Civil Engineering from The University of Texas at Austin with a grant from the National Science Foundation.