Teresa Moroseos

Teresa Moroseos

Post-Doctoral Scholar, Integrated Design Lab

Teresa Moroseos is a Post-Doctoral Scholar at the Integrated Design Lab (IDL) in the University of Washington’s College of Built Environments. In this role, she provides daylighting and energy performance analysis for projects throughout the United States. She collaborates with design teams to find solutions that respond to the environment and maintain design intent, determines appropriate metrics of evaluation, and performs daylight and energy simulations. Teresa also conducts research related to building performance.

Teresa has a background in engineering, architecture, and academics, and enjoys combining the computational aspect of daylight and energy analysis with the qualitative aspect of design in her work. Prior to working at the IDL, she worked as a designer at a Seattle architecture office, where she worked on civic buildings from schematic design to construction administration. Teresa has also taught undergraduate students at the University of Washington in topics of climate analysis, energy principals for buildings, passive solar design, and daylight simulations.



Méndez Echenagucia, T., Moroseos, T., & Meek, C. (2023).  n the tradeoffs between embodied and operational carbon in building envelope design: The impact of local climates and energy grids. Energy and Buildings, 238. View Publication

Echenagucia, Tomas Mendez; Moroseos, Teresa; Meek, Christopher. (2023). On the Tradeoffs between Embodied and Operational Carbon in Building Envelope Design: The Impact of Local Climates and Energy Grids. Energy & Buildings, 278. View Publication