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Research Submitted

Titlesort ascending Author Date
Thermally Active Surfaces: Physiology and Thermodynamics Kiel Moe (Northeastern University) Dec 01, 2008
Thermally Active Surfaces in Architecture: 2008 RFP & 2009 Upjohn Research Grants Kiel Moe (Northeastern University) Dec 01, 2011
Thermally Active Surface in Architecture Kiel Moe (Northeastern University) May 01, 2010
Thermal Performance of Facades Charles Klee, AIA, LEED AP (Payette), Andrea Love, AIA, LEED AP BD+C (Payette) Nov 30, 2014
There Goes the Neighborhood: How a NZE Passive House Changed the Culture of a Community Charles Macbride (University of Texas at Arlington) Oct 02, 2020
The Warming Hive: Building Community, One Inflation at a Time Whitney Moon (University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee) Jun 22, 2018
The Urban Studio Kevin Hinders (University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign) May 13, 2015
The Rules Are Changing: Healthcare Is Reinventing Itself Gary Vance, AIA, ACHA (BSA LifeStructures), Scott Radcliff, Assoc. AIA Oct 01, 2006
The Rewards of Psychological Safety in Design and Construction Cathy Kraus (DAY CPM, a Division of Otak) Apr 01, 2022
The Relationship of Form and Performance in Facade Design Aaron Brakke (Universidad Piloto de Colombia; Whiteknee), Rodrigo Velasco (Universidad Piloto de Colombia; Frontis 3d) May 13, 2015