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June 9 webinar to focus on adaptive architecture research, collaboration

5/6/2021

The Convergence Center for Living Multifunctional Material Systems announced a webinar titled "Future Directions in Adaptive Architecture."

Worker-centered human robot partnerships -- a new chapter in construction

4/29/2021

In the future, humans may interact with artificially intelligent heavy machines, self-optimizing collaborative robots, unmanned terrestrial and aerial vehicles, and other autonomous systems, according to a team of Penn State engineers.

College of Engineering announces Research Symposium winners

4/26/2021

The Penn State Engineering Graduate Student Council has announced the winners of the College of Engineering Research Symposium, held on Wednesday, April 14, on the virtual platform Gather.

College of Engineering announces spring 2021 student marshals

4/26/2021

Fifteen graduating seniors from the College of Engineering have been selected to serve as student marshals for Penn State’s spring commencement ceremony.

Engineering dean speaks on UN panel discussing high-performance buildings

4/20/2021

The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE), which includes the United States, prefaced its 69th session with a special virtual panel on high-performance buildings at 10 a.m. ET on April 19.

College of Engineering names inaugural 40 Under 40 Alumni Award honorees

4/15/2021

The Penn State College of Engineering has selected the first cohort of honorees as part of its new 40 Under 40 Alumni Award program, which recognizes graduates who are 40 years old or younger for their early career impact.

Engineering student gains real-world insight during internship experience

4/8/2021

With thousands of startup companies emerging each year -- many located in State College -- the need for qualified employees with a passion for entrepreneurship continues to grow.

Architectural engineering professor receives grant for color science course

4/7/2021

Dorukalp "Alp" Durmus, assistant professor of architectural engineering in the Penn State College of Engineering, received a $30,000 grant from the Nuckolls Fund for Lighting Education to establish a new color science course, "Color Science for Architecture, Design and Engineering."

Bardusch family establishes endowment to support IdeaMakers Challenge

3/26/2021

For Bob Bardusch, innovation and entrepreneurship have been integral to his career success.

Lion LaunchPad in search of incoming students for special living option

3/26/2021

Lion LaunchPad (LLP) is looking to attract incoming first-year students to its special living option for entrepreneurially minded students.

Smart materials could pose solution for big-data bottleneck in future cities

3/25/2021

In smart cities of the future, sensors distributed throughout buildings and bridges could monitor infrastructure health.

Wireless sensors track sanitizer use, optimize replacement and refill operations

3/25/2021

To help slow the spread of the coronavirus, Penn State deployed nearly 6,000 hand sanitizer stations across its campuses for the fall 2020 semester, with almost 3,000 stations installed at the University Park campus.

Center for Socially Responsible AI announces inaugural seed funding awards

3/17/2021

The Penn State Center for Socially Responsible Artificial Intelligence recently announced the recipients of its inaugural round of seed funding.

Global Building Network online bibliography produced by University Libraries

3/8/2021

Penn State University Libraries' Open Publishing unit recently published a digital bibliography, Global Building Network, which houses resources to support the Global Building Network (GBN), a joint initiative between Penn State and the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe.

From secondary teachers to architectural engineering researchers

3/4/2021

In Pennsylvania, secondary education standards are designed to help students understand and use science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) as the fields evolve.

EarthTalks examines the carbon footprint of the built environment

2/24/2021

Esther Obonyo, associate professor of engineering design and architectural engineering at Penn State, will discuss ways to reduce the carbon footprint of the built environment at 4 p.m. Monday, March 1.

FacultyXchange connects biodevices researchers in academia, industry

2/17/2021

The Center for Biodevices in the College of Engineering at Penn State hosted its second annual Faculty Xchange on Feb. 10. More than 165 researchers and clinicians attended the virtual event.

Engineer testifies on COVID-19 mitigation before congressional committee

2/15/2021

William P. Bahnfleth, professor of architectural engineering at Penn State, testified as an expert witness during the U.S. House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure's hearing, "Protecting Transportation Workers and Passengers from COVID: Gaps in Safety, Lessons Learned, and Next Steps," on Feb. 4.

National conference featured architectural engineering department with virtual tour

2/4/2021

The Penn State Department of Architectural Engineering (AE) hosted a virtual tour during the Partners in Science Conference on Jan. 16.

Remembering Gifford Albright, first architectural engineering department head

1/18/2021

Gifford "Giff" Albright, the first head of the Department of Architectural Engineering (AE) in Penn State's College of Engineering, died on Dec. 30, 2020, in State College.

Architectural engineering alumnus organizes donation for people without homes

12/17/2020

When a cold snap plunged Los Angeles, California, into temperatures below 30 degrees in early November, Charles (Chip) Israel thought about the many people without homes that he sees regularly on his commute.

ENtern program provides startup experience to entrepreneurship students

12/10/2020

Though businesses differ in product and service offerings, structure, missions and goals, behind every startup is an entrepreneur with the drive and determination to create a solution to a problem.

University community invited to participate in energy forum

11/30/2020

A series of energy forums will be held to discuss how Penn State can continue to strengthen its position as an energy leader.

College of Engineering promotes campaigns for 2020 #GivingTuesday

11/20/2020

The Penn State College of Engineering invites alumni, parents, friends, faculty, staff and students to celebrate the power of giving back as part of #GivingTuesday on Tuesday, Dec. 1.

Architectural engineer on mission to enable zero-carbon buildings

11/19/2020

Greg Pavlak's ultimate goal as an architectural engineer is to develop high-performing and environmentally sustainable solutions for buildings.

Five engineering students receive scholarships

10/30/2020

The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers recently announced its scholarship recipients for the 2020-21 academic year. Five students from various disciplines in the Penn State College of Engineering were awarded scholarships.

Architectural engineering student selected for ASTM International program

10/27/2020

Tyler Demyan, fifth-year student in the integrated architectural engineering bachelor's and master's program in the Penn State College of Engineering, was recently selected to participate in the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) International Emerging Professionals Program.

2020 Hankin Lecture to emphasize importance of indoor air quality in U.S. homes

10/26/2020

Brett C. Singer, staff scientist, head of Sustainable Energy and Environmental Systems and lead of the Indoor Environment Group at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in Berkeley, California, will deliver the 2020 Hankin Distinguished Lecture on Tuesday, Nov. 17.

Volcano watching, wearable health monitoring research earn best poster awards

10/23/2020

The Institute for Computational and Data Sciences at Penn State announced the two winners for the 2020 ICDS Symposium's virtual poster presentation.

Architectural engineering transforms engineering studio into classroom

10/19/2020

Penn State's Department of Architectural Engineering brought together a unique blend of faculty expertise to find innovative solutions to challenges posed by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic -- including the transformation of an engineering design studio space into a mixed-mode, socially distanced classroom.

Eight Penn State faculty teams awarded seed grants for AI research

10/19/2020

Multi-Disciplinary Research Grants were recently awarded to eight research groups from across Penn State's colleges and campuses conducting research related to artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML).

Space adjoining Marriott Foundation Building named for distinguished alumnus

10/7/2020

As renovations near completion on the J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation Building, an alumnus with deep roots in the Penn State community has stepped forward with a gift to realize the full impact of the project.

UV-light research to investigate aerosol disinfection in unoccupied classrooms

9/28/2020

As students continue in-person learning, classrooms are a focus of COVID-19 mitigation efforts. A new $125,000 grant, funded by Penn State’s Office of the Physical Plant (OPP), is helping researchers investigate the possibility of aerosol disinfection of classrooms using ultraviolet, or UV, light.

Celebrating Professional Women in Building Week at Penn State

9/21/2020

In celebration of the National Association of Home Builders Professional Women in Building Week, the PWB Council of Central Pennsylvania partnered with the Pennsylvania Housing Research Center to offer an insightful discussion for students in an architectural engineering course.

Trustees approve plans and funds for part of engineering expansion

9/18/2020

As the next stage of a proposed, decade-long initiative that will transform the Penn State College of Engineering and its facilities, the Board of Trustees approved final design plans and authorized expenditures of $88 million for a new research and teaching building near the western edge of the University Park campus.

Architectural engineering researcher to study COVID-19 aerosol transmission

8/27/2020

SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, does not seem to be disappearing anytime soon. But now research on mechanical systems in buildings may help to better understand how the disease spreads indoors.

Alumnus and wife establish endowment in architectural engineering

8/19/2020

Rob Banas attributes much of his career success in the building industry to the education he received as an undergraduate student in Penn State's architectural engineering program.

New scholarship assists first-generation architectural engineering students

7/22/2020

Growing up in a rural, working-class town, Gary Brennen dreamed of becoming an engineer and worked hard to piece together funds to make that happen.

Gift to support architectural engineering's winning student design team

6/30/2020

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

6/5/2020

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

5/27/2020

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

5/14/2020

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

5/8/2020

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.

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