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2010 SBSE Award & Scholarship Recipients


SBSE Retreat Scholarship: Water: Down to the Last Drop, Las Vegas, NV (14-16 May)  $540 toward retreat fees and travel

Keith Bickford, University of Oregon
Daphna Drori,
Technion–Israel Institute of Technology
Jennifer Gill, University of Utah
Afzal Hossain, University of Nevada Las Vegas
Shamim Javed, Virginia Tech

Ted Shriro, University of Oregon

Lauren Strang, Iowa State University

 


Jeffrey Cook Memorial Scholarship: 2010 SBSE Retreat, Las Vegas

$940 toward retreat fees and travel

 

Vanessa Gomes, University of Campinas, Brazil

Noureddine Zemmouri, University of Biskra, Algeria

 


SBSE Travel Scholarship: ASES Conference, Solar 2010, Phoenix, AZ (17-22 May)
$500 toward travel and per diem

Shady Attia, Universite Catholique de Louvain (Belgium), “Sizing Photovoltaic Systems During Early Design: A Decision Tool For Architects”
David Bartley, University of Oregon, “Infiltration Station: Air Leaks in a 1924 House in Downtown Eugene”
Christopher Black, 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 Retail Building".
Eric Carbonnier, Cal Poly Pomona, “Fluid Filled Window System for Passive Cooling and Heating”

Katie Felver, University of Oregon, “Plugged-In! Effectiveness of Plug Load Awareness in an Architecture Studio Setting,”

Allyson Pease, University of Oregon, “Hanoi Housing Materials Study”

SBSE Best ASES Conference Paper Award: Solar 2010, Phoenix, AZ
monetary award, book, and certificate

Best Paper Award ($600): Shady Attia, Universite Catholique de Louvain (Belgium), “Sizing Photovoltaic Systems During Early Design: A Decision Tool For Architects”
Honorable Mention ($300): Jason Kirchhoff, University of Southern California, “Solar Thermal Cooling and Heating: A Year-Round Thermal Comfort Strategy Using a Hybrid Solar Absorption Chiller and Hydronic Heating Scheme”


Jeffrey Cook Student Travel Award: PLEA Conference

Not awarded (no PLEA conference)

 
 
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