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Baris B. Tanyildiz

Research on HVACs & heat pumps for a sustainable future

“The best way to predict the future is to invent it.” by Alan Kay
Baris B. Tanyildiz

Research on HVAC, IAQ & heat pump systems have been my passion for the last 15 years. I have been working on sustainable HVAC systems, model-based design and controls development for Bosch Research since 2018.

Me and my team deal with HVAC efficiency & thermal comfort, indoor air quality, filtration and sensing challenges for commercial buildings and 3rd living spaces. As Bosch has carbon neutrality targets, we are supporting this vision with our advanced energy management functions that are enriched with AIoT enablers. We use model-based engineering, machine learning models and human perception techniques to optimize and control HVAC demand for higher sustainability.

Curriculum vitae

  1. CR project manager on 3 topics: robust controls for VRF heat pump systems, AIoT-based HVAC energy and comfort management concept, intelligent cabin filter sensor design
  2. Home comfort research manager at Electrolux China AIoT-assisted wellbeing ecosystem design, IAQ research on advanced air purification
  3. HVAC research team leader at Arcelik - LG Electronics Turkey Residential and commercial heat pump system design and efficiency improvement research \

Selected publications

  • Publications

    B. Tanyildiz (2011)

    Investigation of air sourced heat pumps in heating applications

Interview with Baris B. Tanyildiz

Baris B. Tanyildiz

Senior expert in sustainable HVAC system design and control method innovation

Please tell us what fascinates you most about research.

Discovering new solutions, building new concepts to help people live in a more sustainable environment. Updating our knowledge every day with the latest technological discoveries together with adapting our skills.

What makes research done at Bosch so special?

Working with best-in-class researcher colleagues and academia partners in a highly collaborative environment is the most attractive element that makes research more exciting. Being part of big technological changes in a global organization makes you feel special and responsible.

What research topics are you currently working on at Bosch?

AIoT-assisted HVAC energy and thermal comfort management for connected buildings
Intelligent cabin filter sensor development for the 3rd living space
Robust controls and energy management solutions for VRF heat pumps

What are the biggest scientific challenges in your field of research?

Breakthrough cooling innovation for super low energy HVAC systems for net zero buildings
New materials for advanced heat exchange and future refrigerants

How do the results of your research become part of solutions "Invented for life"?

Once we build the research hypothesis on sustainable HVACs domain, we find ways to make it fail and improve iteratively. This cycle ends with technology validation, then we start adapting our concept to real life use-case together with our co-creation partner (business units). Using Bosch Campuses to test our concepts is the final step before industrializing our research to a product/service level for "invented for life"

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Baris B. Tanyildiz
Senior expert in sustainable HVAC system design and control method innovation