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Samuel Rosenberg

Samuel Rosenberg

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Portland Office
Portland, OR 97204
(509) 375-2685


Sam joined PNNL as a student intern in 2019 assisting in field work, data collection, data analysis, and reporting for Building America's New Home Ventilation Indoor Air Quality study. Before joining PNNL, Sam was a student at the University of Oregon where he worked in the Biology and the Built Environment center assisting with studies of the interaction between architecture and the indoor microbiome, as well as material preparation for students, presentations, and journals.

Currently, Sam is an Associate Data Research Scientist supporting various projects within the Energy Policy and Economics group related to residential energy efficiency, indoor air quality, and building codes. He plans to pursue his master's degree in data science in Fall 2020.


Research Interests

  • Data Science/Data Visualization
  • Energy Efficient Buildings Research
  • Renewable Resources
  • Indoor Air Quality

Education and Credentials

  • B.S., General Sciences, University of Oregon - Minors in Computer Information Technologies and Biology

PNNL Publications


  • Antonopoulos C.A., H.E. Dillon, R. Dzombak, D. Heslam, M. Salzman, P. Kappaz, and S.I. Rosenberg. 2020. "Pushing Green: Leveraging Home Energy Score to Promote Deep-Energy Retrofits in Portland, Oregon." In ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings, August 17, 21, 2020. Virtual, Online, 5-15 - 5-30. Washington, Dc:American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy. PNNL-SA-152375.
  • Martin E., T. Khan, D. Chasar, J. Sonne, S.I. Rosenberg, C.A. Antonopoulos, and C.E. Metzger, et al. 2020. "Characterization of Mechanical Ventilation Systems in New US Homes: What types of systems are out there and are they functioning as intended?." In ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings, August 17-21, 2020, Virtual, 8-165 - 8-180. Washington, District Of Columbia:American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy. PNNL-SA-152373.

Energy and Environment

Core Research Areas