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Research Submitted

Title Author Datesort ascending
Wood+: Strategies for a Material Shift in Architectural Design Carolina Manrique Hoyos (University of Idaho), Bruce Haglund (University of Idaho) Oct 02, 2020
Defining the “Smart” Energy Retrofit Elaine Hoffman (Goody Clancy), Lori Ferris (Goody Clancy) Oct 02, 2020
Incremental Development Manual: The Ger Innovation Hub, Mongolia Joshua Bolchover (The University of Hong Kong) Oct 02, 2020
Building-Integrated Carbon Sequestration Techniques: Towards Mitigating Climate Change Jayati Chhabra (Georgia Institute of Technology), Tarek Rakha (Georgia Institute of Technology) Oct 02, 2020
From Carbon to Human Health: Lifecycle of Fossil Fuels, Toxic Polymers and Social Justice in Philadelphia Franca Trubiano (University of Pennsylvania) Oct 02, 2020
Does EUI Fully Capture the Carbon Footprint of a VRF System? Vicki Rybl (University of Washington) Oct 02, 2020
Designing for Irradiated Shade Stephen Mueller (Texas Tech University) Oct 02, 2020
Designing for Sustainable and Resilient Neighborhoods: The Case of Peacock Park in Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) Ruben Garcia-Rubio (Tulane University), Taylor Scott (Tulane University) Oct 02, 2020
A Novel Approach for Investigating Canopy Heat Island Effects on Building Energy Performance: A Case Study of Center City of Philadelphia, PA Farzad Hashemi (The Pennsylvania State University), Lisa Domenica Iulo (The Pennsylvania State University), Ute Poerschke (The Pennsylvania State University) Oct 02, 2020
The Footprint of Tight: Hinterlands, Landscape and Dense Cities John Doyle (RMIT University), Graham Crist (RMIT University) Oct 02, 2020