University of Oregon
Best Presentation & Best Student-Authored Paper (Honorable Mention): "Lapping Up the Sun"
University of Idaho
Best Presentation & Best Student-Authored Paper (Honorable Mention), "Lapping Up the Sun,"
Arizona State University
Best Student-Authored Paper: "Study of Convective Heat Transfer in a Radiatively Cooled Building Usin
SBSE Retreat 2003 Sponsored by Agents of Change
Sponsored by Agents of Change
Solar 2003 Best Poster: “Daylighting, Passive Heating and Cooling in Southside Elementary: Design Exerc
University of Michigan
PLEA 2004: "Thermal Comfort Analysis of Personal / Task Cooling Approaches Driven by Radiant and Conductive Strategies using CFD"
University of California, Berkeley
Georgia Institute of Technology
2003 Events Sponsored by Agents of Change
University of Dayton
Best Student-Authored Paper: “Occupancy and Behavioral Affects on Residential Energy Use”
Best Student-Authored Paper: “A Study of Daylighting Techniques and their Energy Implications using a D
"Urban Climatology, Street Configurations and Thermal Comfort"
Texas A&M University
"Evaluating the Daylight Performance of Three Museum Galleries"
ASES Solar 2004: "The Agents of Change Project: The Power of Peer-to-Peer Teaching" (Sponsored by AoC)
SBSE Retreat 2003 (Sponsored by Agents of Change)
Sponsored by Agents of Change for both events
ASES Solar 2004: "The Agents of Change Project: The Power of Peer-to-Peer Teaching"
Kent State University
ASES Solar 2004: "Convection Currents Caused by Thermal Conditions in a Lightwell"
"Thermal Diary: A Day in the Life of an Architecture Student"
Best Student-Authored Paper: "Payback and Currencies of Energy, CO2 and Money for a 60kw Photovoltaic Ar
ASES Solar 2004: "Evaluating the Evolution of Garden Office Typology and Determining Its Performance"
ASES Solar 2004 "Thermal Diary: A Day in the Life of an Architecture Student"
SBSE Retreat 2003 Sponsored by SBSE
Ball State University
Solar 2005 Best Poster (1st): "Evolution over Revolution: the C2C home"
"University of Idaho Albertson's Business Building"
ASES/ISES Solar 2005: "Tools for the Mitigation of Urban Heat Island"
University of Southern California
"The Solar Decathlon Competition: An Overview and Constructive Criticism"
Kansas State University
Sponsored by Agents of Change for both
ASES/ISES Solar 2005: "Kolkata: Comfort in Courtyard Houses"
"Effect of Photovoltaic cover on Urban Surface Energy Balance"
ASES/ISES 2005 Best Presentation: "Microclimatic Impact: Glare Around the Walt Disney Concert Hall"
"Solar and Daylight Performance of a Building with Glass Roof and Multilateral Glass Shading System"
Cal Poly Pomona
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Art University of Tabriz, Iran, 2007
University of Washington, 2008
ASES Solar 2008: “Integrated Design to Achieve Zero Net Energy in an Urban Office Building”
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Massey University, New Zealand and University of California, Los Angeles
Runner-Up: “Psychrometric Chart Tutorial: A Tool for Understanding Human Thermal Comfort Conditions" with Murray Milne
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
“Carbon Counting in Architecture”
Solar 2009: "Cool Roof, Green Roof"
“Recycled Form: Case Study in Search of Shelter”
Universite Catholique de Louvain (Belgium)
Best Paper Award: “Sizing Photovoltaic Systems During Early Design: A Decision Tool For Architects”
ASES Solar 2010: “Infiltration Station: Air Leaks in a 1924 House in Downtown Eugene”
University of Waterloo
"The Carbon Neutral Steel Building Systems Research Project, A Case Study Investigating the Relationship of Operating Energy and Embodied Energy in Achieving a Holistic Carbon Neutral Steel Re
University of Oregon 2013
Cal Poly Pomona 2010
PLEA 2013: “Alvar Aalto’s Daylight Devices: A Retrospective Daylight Analysis on Mount Angel Abbey Library”
“Plugged-In! Effectiveness of Plug Load Awareness in an Architecture Studio Setting,”
“Hanoi Housing Materials Study”
Solar 2011 Honorable Mention: “Passive is Aggressive: Retrofitting a 1907 House in Eugene”
Solar 2011 Honorable Mention: “An Attic Full of Hot Air”
National Autonomous University of Mexico
“Is Germany Becoming The Next Failed State On Solar Energies?”
University of California-Berkeley (2013)
University of Oregon (2011-12)
Best Paper Award ASES/WREF 2012: “Solar Ice Cream: Achieving Net-Zero Through an Integrated Retrofit Approach”
“Pacific Northwestern Exposure: A Long-Term Study of Pacific Northwest Climate on Extensive Green Roof Performance in Portland, Oregon”
“Applications of Grid-Connected Photovoltaic System in Large Institutional Buildings”
“A Study of Daylight Effectiveness and Electrical Lighting Use Patterns in a Middle School”
Technion-Isreal Institute of Technology
ASES/WREF2012: “A Knowledge Based Computer-Aided Design Tool for Water Efficient Design of Sustainable Green Open Spaces”
North Carolina State University
“The Impact of Roofing Configuration on the Daylighting Performance of Skylights in Offices”
University of Nevada Las Vegas
ASES 2004 Best Paper: “Development and Validation of a Thermal Network Model to Predict Indoor Operative Temperatures in Dry Roofpond Buildings”
ASES/WREF 2012: “Optimizing Ventilation Shaft Volumes and Varying Opening Sizes Can Increase Effective Time Period for Natural Ventilation”
“From Static to Kinetic: A Review of Acclimated Kinetic Building Envelopes”
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