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2014 SBSE Award & Scholarship Recipients

SBSE Retreat Scholarship: Adaptation, Biosphere 2, Oracle, AZ (19-22 June)

Kenneth Black, Virginia Tech
Tom Collins, University of Oregon
Kit Elsworth, University of California-Berkeley
Mohammad Taleghani, Delft University of Technology
Ayush Vaidya, University of Oregon


Jeffrey Cook Memorial Scholarship: 2014 SBSE Retreat, Oracle, AZ

2 travel scholarships offered, neither could be accepted by selected recipients


SBSE Travel Scholarship: ASES Conference, Solar 2014, San Francisco, CA (6-10 July)

Alejandro Gamas
, University of Southern California, “A Parametric Fenestration Design Approach for Optimizing Thermal and Daylighting Performance in Complex Urban Settings”

Shamim Javed, Virginia Tech, “A Framework to Support the Development of Manually Adjustable Light Shelf Technologies”

Elham Motevalian, University of Southern California, “Performance of Double Skin Façades: Effects on Daylight and Visual Comfort in Office Spaces”

Rhett Nosek, University of Nevada-Las Vegas, “Assessment of Passive Solar Heating Retrofit Opportunities in Existing Residential Buildings in Las Vegas”


SBSE Travel Scholarship: SB14 Conference, Barcelona, Spain (28-30 October)

2 travel scholarships offered, no viable applicants


Jeffrey Cook Student Travel Award: 2014 PLEA Conference, Ahmedabad, India (16-18 December)

Gabriel Felmer, Architectural Association, London, UK, “Developing Free-running Prototypes for Different Climates of Chile”

Mohataz Hossain, University of Nottingham, UK, “Improving Ventilation Condition of Labour-intensive Garment Factories in Bangladesh”

Wing Lam Lo, University of Cambridge, UK, “A New Subjective-objective Approach to Evaluating Lighting Quality: A Case Study of Concert Lighting for Cambridge King’s College Chapel”

 
 
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