Ms. Landreneau is a Principal and Global Sustainable Design Director of the architecture firm HOK, and she leads their sustainable discipline and consultancy practice. Anica serves on HOK’s Board of Directors and Design Board, and is a past member of the Management and Marketing Boards.
She is an advocate for the use of simulation in design, and considers it critical to HOK’s mission.
Anica co-authored with the U.S. General Services Administration The New Sustainable Frontier: Principles of Sustainable Development, and for the Saudi Arabian government authored the Sustainable Urban Planning Guidelines for New Growth in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Professor Linden is the G.I. Taylor Professor of Fluid Mechanics in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics at the University of Cambridge and is also the Blasker Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Environmental Science and Engineering, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, UC San Diego.
The focus of his research is environmental fluid mechanics. His group conducts experimental and theoretical research on problems associated with our environment and the processes that affect and are impacted by climate change. They study and develop models of the fluid flow in low-energy buildings, gravity-driven flows in stratified and rotating fluids, and internal waves and mixing in stratified fluids.