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Research Submitted

Title Author Datesort ascending
A Vision and Planning Framework for Health Districts of the Future Basak Alkan, AICP, LEED AP (Perkins+Will) Dec 19, 2015
Perkins+Will Research Journal / Vol. 07.02 Ajla Aksamija, Ph.D., LEED AP BD+C, CDT (Perkins+Will), Kalpana Kuttaiah, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP BD+C (Perkins+Will) Nov 30, 2015
Designed for Performance: Research Methods in a Collaborative Studio Rethinking Modern Curtain Walls Michael Gibson, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP (Kansas State University) Nov 30, 2015
Optimizing Spatial Adjacencies Using Evolutionary Parametric Tools Christopher Boon (Portland State University), Corey Griffin, Assoc. AIA (Portland State University), Nicholas Papaefthimious, AIA, LEED AP BD+C (ZGF Architects LLP), Jonah Ross (ZGF Architects LLP), Kip Storey (ZGF Architects LLP) Nov 30, 2015
Urban Modeling with Agent-Based System Ming Tang, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP (University of Cincinnati) Nov 30, 2015
Urban Microclimates and Energy Efficient Buildings Pravin Bhiwapurkar, PhD (University of Cincinnati) Nov 30, 2015
Apples to Oranges: Comparing Building Materials Data Liane Hancock (Louisiana Tech University) Nov 30, 2015
Developments in Residential Open Building: Analysis and Reflections on Two Seminal Case Studies Israel Nagore Setien (Pringle Brandon Perkins+Will) Jun 08, 2015
Simulation Modeling as a Lean Tool for Healthcare Design: Determining Room Utilization and Staffing in the Emergency Department Marvina Williams, RN, Lean Black Belt (Perkins+Will) Jun 08, 2015
Shrinking Wetlands, Sinking Cities: Why Preserving and Restoring Wetlands Can Help Save Our Coastal Cities Elizabeth Ward, LEED AP ND (Perkins+Will) Jun 08, 2015