Ervin Cui

WJE, Associate Principal | Chicago, United States

About

Ervin Cui, PhD, PE, is a registered Fire Protection Professional Engineer in the States of Illinois, California and Michigan. He received his B.S. degree from University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) and his Ph.D. degree from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Dr. Cui is a member of the Asia-Oceania Association for Fire Science and Technology (AOAFST), NFPA, SFPE; and a past member of NFPA 130 Technical Committee on “Fixed Guideway and Passenger Rail Systems.” He is a visiting research professor in Fire Science Lab in USTC.

Dr. Cui is an experienced fire protection engineer in fire protection, life safety, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) modeling, analysis of fire and emergency ventilation systems, and egress modeling. He bring to the team more than 25 years of engineering expertise in a myriad of applications, including super-tall towers, convention buildings, airport…

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CTBUH Roles

Annual Conference, Presenter (Shanghai 2014)

Videos

16 September 2014

2014 Shanghai International Conference - Technical Workshop 05 - Q & A

2014 Shanghai International Conference Technical Workshop 04 Questions & Answers session with speakers Ervin Cui, Aon FPE; Simon Lay, AECOM; Fang Li, RJA Group; Alfredo...

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Research

16 September 2014

Tall and Supertall Atria for Sustainable Buildings

Ervin Cui, Alberto Alvarez-Rodriguez, Kim Clawson & Dan O’Connor, AON

The continual increasing height of supertall buildings is being accompanied by interior sky gardens interspersed throughout the heights of the buildings. Increased urban density and...

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Research

19 September 2012

Considerations and Challenges for Refuge Areas in Tall Buildings

Daniel Connor & Ervin Cui, Aon Fire Protection Engineering Corporation; Kim Clawson, Clawson Consultants Ltd.

Within the last two decades, concentrating all or many occupants of many floors of a tall building onto refuge floors during an emergency has become...

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