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Gift to support architectural engineering's winning student design team


For the last decade, Penn State's student design team has performed exceptionally well at the Architectural Engineering Institute International Student Design Competition.

Keeping water and energy secure


Water and energy systems do not typically come to mind as cyber hacker targets, but those systems are often most vulnerable to such attacks, according to Javad Khazaei, assistant professor of electrical engineering at Penn State Harrisburg.

Battling disease with ultraviolet light


Now and in the months to come, hospitals and commercial buildings will be tasked with sanitizing large indoor environments to prevent the transmission of viruses like SARS-CoV-2, which causes COVID-19.

Penn State wins honorable mention at Solar Decathlon Design Challenge


A Penn State student team won honorable mention in the Suburban Single-Family Housing Contest of the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon Design Challenge Competition on April 19.

Institute awards 32 computational and data sciences seed grants


Understanding polarized political opinions, predicting Arctic Sea ice levels, and accelerating quantum computing with machine learning -- these are just a few focuses of the dozens of new Penn State research projects that have been funded by Institute for Computational and Data Sciences seed grants.

Gawryla named architectural engineering student marshal


David M. Gawryla has been named the Department of Architectural Engineering's student marshal for Penn State's spring commencement, which will be held virtually on May 9. Gawryla will graduate with a bachelor of architectural engineering degree in the structural option.

Architectural engineering professor receives NSF CAREER grant


Donghyun Rim, assistant professor of architectural engineering in the Penn State College of Engineering, was recently awarded a $500,000, five-year Early Career Development Program (CAREER) grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF).

Architectural engineering fellow looks back on vibrant academic career


Penn State architectural engineering (AE) doctoral student Jay Mundinger brings color to his work, literally.

Twitter data may offer policy makers a glimpse into demand for renewable energy


Tweets could one day help policy makers and energy companies better communicate in near real-time to help customers make better sustainable energy choices, according to a team of researchers.

Architectural engineering students, faculty resilient in the face of change


A few weeks ago, architectural engineering seniors at Penn State packed for spring break, not knowing it would be the last time they worked in the labs, studios and classrooms that had become like a second home, according to Ryan Solnosky, associate teaching professor of architectural engineering.

Building systems researcher joins architectural engineering


Yuqing Hu, a researcher who specializes in building systems engineering and building information modeling, will join the Penn State College of Engineering's Department of Architectural Engineering as assistant professor on July 1 with an affiliation with the Penn State Institute for Computational and Data Sciences.

Engineers in Action: Student group builds bridges for people in need


Years before they graduate or get their Professional Engineering license, students in Engineers in Action design and build bridges for people in need.

Service at the heart of electrical contracting student chapter


A student group in Penn State College of Engineering's Department of Architectural Engineering is making an impact, both in the lives of its student members and in the surrounding community.

Lighting, color science researcher joins architectural engineering


Alp Durmus, a researcher who specializes in color science, lighting quality, the visual perception of architectural spaces and next-generation lighting systems, will join the Penn State Department of Architectural Engineering as assistant professor in mid-March.

From the ground up: Energy resilience begins with our buildings


Sez Atamturktur, Harry and Arlene Schell Professor and head of Penn State’s Department of Architectural Engineering, says our national conversation about energy issues starts from the wrong vantage point, with residential and commercial buildings viewed as passive consumers of electricity that is produced far away and distributed by centralized systems.

Electrical engineering practitioner joins architectural engineering


Dave Stabler, a 1978 Penn State architectural engineering alumnus and former senior electrical engineer for Facility Dynamics Engineering, joined the Penn State Department of Architectural Engineering (AE) on Jan. 2 as assistant teaching professor.

Existing structures, data science researcher joins architectural engineering


Rebecca Napolitano, a researcher who specializes in monitoring, diagnostics and adaptive reuse of existing buildings, will join the Penn State Department of Architectural Engineering (AE) as assistant professor on July 1.

Architectural engineering announces new micro-credentialing sessions


Micro-credentials are on the rise in the higher education market, and architectural engineering students are some of the first to take part.

Architectural engineering professor continues work on sustainable windows


Windows accentuate and beautify commercial or residential buildings, according to Julian Wang, associate professor of architectural engineering at Penn State, but they also?are vulnerable to the elements.

Architectural engineering's Makers Space bolstered by alumnus gift


Ted Lynch, architectural engineering alumnus and CEO of Southland Industries, and his wife, Sarah, recently contributed $100,000 to enhance Penn State Department of Architectural Engineering (AE) facilities.

Seven engineering faculty members receive ROCKET Seed Grant to fund new research


Seven Penn State College of Engineering faculty members were awarded the College of Engineering’s 2020 Research Opportunities for mid-Career Knowledge EnhancemenT (ROCKET) Seed Grant to fund exploration of new or existing research areas.

Architectural engineering professor-led team will study digital modeling on capital projects


John Messner, Charles and Elinor Matts Professor of Architectural Engineering at Penn State, is leading a $240,000 Construction Industry Institute (CII)-funded project to study building projects that have utilized digital modeling and to compile recommended best practices for organizing, retrieving and analyzing project data.

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