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2012 SBSE Award & Scholarship Recipients


SBSE Retreat Scholarship: The Next Generation, McCall, ID (15-18 June)

Ana Jaramillo, Virginia Tech
Matt McAnulty,
University of Idaho
Sukreet Singh, University of Southern California

 
Jeffrey Cook Memorial Scholarship: 2012 SBSE Retreat, McCall, ID

 

Rajan Rawal, CEPT University (India)

 

SBSE Travel Scholarship: ASES Conference, WREF 2012, Denver, CO (14-18 May)

Rahman Azari, University of Washington, “Integrated Design to Achieve Zero Net Energy in an Urban Office Building”
Erik Bonnett, University of Oregon, “A Study of Daylight Effectiveness and Electrical Lighting Use Patterns in a Middle School”
Daphna Drori, Technion-Isreal Institute of Technology, “A Knowledge Based Computer-Aided Design Tool for Water Efficient Design of Sustainable Green Open Spaces”
Afzal Hossain, Arizona State University, “Development and Validation of a Thermal Network Model to Predict Indoor Operative Temperatures in Dry Roofpond Buildings”
Ladan Ghobad, North Carolina State University, “The Impact of Roofing Configuration on the Daylighting Performance of Skylights in Offices”
Abhay Nagory, University of Southern California, “Optimizing Ventilation Shaft Volumes and Varying Opening Sizes Can Increase Effective Time Period for Natural Ventilation”
Sara Tepfer, University of Oregon, “Solar Ice Cream: Achieving Net-Zero Through an Integrated Retrofit Approach”
Julian Wang, Texas A&M University, “From Static to Kinetic: A Review of Acclimated Kinetic Building Envelopes”

SBSE Best ASES Conference Paper Award: WREF 2012, Denver, CO

Best Paper Award: Sara Tepfer, University of Oregon, "Solar Ice Cream: Achieving Net-Zero Through an Integrated Retrofit Approach"

Honorable Mention: Afzal Hossain and Alfredo Fernández-González, "Development and Validation of a Thermal Network Model to Predict Indoor Operative Temperatures in Dry Roofpond Buildings"

Honorable Mention: Diana Hogard, Mike Beamer, David Bisers, and Sophia Duluk, University of Oregon, "Comfort and Indoor Air Quality in Passive Houses in the U.S."

 

Jeffrey Cook Student Travel Award: 2012 PLEA Conference, Lima, Peru (7-9 November)

 

Islam Abohela, Newcastle University, United Kingdom, "Validating CFD Simulation Results"

Abhay Nagory, University of Southern California, "Natural Ventilation Using Ventilation Shafts"

 
 
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