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David Webb

David Webb is an engineer in the Applied Economics Office. He joined NIST as an intern in the Pathways Program in 2015 while pursuing his Ph.D. in Reliability Engineering at the University of Maryland, College Park. His formal education is in civil and reliability engineering fields. Mr. Webb's current work is focused on: (1) The development of statistical models of the Net-Zero Energy Residential Test facility(NZERTF); and (2) data analysis on the output from whole building energy simulations. Other research area include topic related to community disaster resilience.

Publications

Quantifying Macroeconomic Resilience Dividends in Cedar Rapids

Author(s)
Juan F. Fung, Jennifer F. Helgeson, Cheyney M. O'Fallon, David H. Webb, Harvey Cutler
Cedar Rapids, Iowa offers a unique case study in planning for increased resilience. In 2008, Cedar Rapids experienced severe flooding. Rather than simply

A Computable General Equilibrium Model of Cedar Rapids

Author(s)
Jennifer F. Helgeson, Juan F. Fung, Cheyney M. O'Fallon, David H. Webb, Harvey Cutler
This report presents the development of a Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) model for the regional economy of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. The general approach that
Created May 21, 2019