Doctoral student Nastaran Shishegar and Professor Mohamed Boubekri published a paper in the Journal of Energy and Building titled” Quantifying electrical energy savings in offices through installing daylight responsive control systems in hot climates”.
5x5 Exhibition Proves Architects Can Still Tackle Thorny Political Issues. The show, currently at the Center for Architecture in New York, uses architecture to explore themes beyond it.
I share with you the sad news that a school of Architecture alumni Joe Lambert from the class of 1978, passed away last week.
Julian Leland Bell
Dr. Mohamed Boubekri (Co-P.I.) from the School of Architecture and Dr. Kristen Bub (P.I.) from the Department of Educational Psychology were awarded a NIH grant to study the role of daylight exposure in classroom environments on children and teachers’ health, educational functioning and well-being. The study will specifically focus on a plausible pathway from daylight exposure, to sleep quality and duration, to children’s health and educational outcomes.
News: Lynne M. Dearborn contributes two chapters in Health and Well-being for Interior Architecture, published summer 2017 by Taylor and Francis.*
holds a PhD in architecture from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA. She is an assistant professor of architecture at the University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.
It was recently announced that from among over 200 entries, students from the Illinois School of Architecture have won second and third place awards in the 2017 Steel Design Student Competition, a national awards program sponsored by the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) and the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC). In the competition, students were challenged to design a new museum utilizing steel as the primary structural material.
Clinical Associate Professor Randy Deutsch will be speaking at the AEC Tech Symposium and Hackathon 2017 in NYC on Oct 19-22 hosted by CORE studio, Thornton Tomasetti's firm-wide incubator of ideas
Associate Professor Erik Hemingway's project mies[UPGRADE] in a Mies van der Rohe space in Chicago, was recently published in Blur: d3:dialog, international journal of architecture + design.