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Four SSES Lab researchers to present work at Intermountain Sustainability Summit student poster competition

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Four PhD students from the lab were selected to present their work at the 2017 Intermountain Sustainability Summit Student Poster Competition, with free admission awarded for the rest of the summit. The students will be participating in the Graduate Research category; please visit their displays to learn more […]

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Student opportunities: Energy efficiency, water conservation, smart manufacturing

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Passionate about sustainability and ready for some practical industry experience? See below for some exciting new opportunities for undergraduate students: Application

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ASHRAE Utah Chapter Event (Student Night) this Fri, May 6

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Utah ASHRAE May 6th Spring Social Date:                           Friday, May 6th, 2016 Location:               Smith’s Ballpark 77 West 1300 South Salt Lake City, UT  84115 Schedule:                                    5:35pm – 7:35pm Dinner served at the Center Field Pavilion                         6:35pm – Ball Game – […]

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Didier and Fallahi Arezoudar join SSES group as PhD students; Peck begins MS work

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We’re delighted to welcome two new group members in the fall 2015 semester, and proud to have one student advancing to graduate work. Richard Didier recently completed his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Utah and is pursuing a PhD in Mechanical Engineering with a Sustainability certificate. […]

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Student researchers present and compete at 2015 IEEE Conference on Technologies for Sustainability (SusTech)

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Three student researchers working with Dr. Smith and Dr. Kay Park shared their work at the IEEE 2015 SusTech Conference. Carlo Bianchi presented his paper, “Influence of Weather Boundary Conditions on Building Energy Modeling” in the Energy Efficiency track. Thomas Tran presented his paper, “Design of Housing and Mesh […]

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Rahman and Peck win student travel awards


PhD candidate Aowabin Rahman and undergraduate Jaron Peck (BS ’15) recently won student travel grants to present their research work over the summer at the ASME PowerEnergy 2015 Conference in San Diego, CA. Rahman will receive financial assistance from the Global Change and Sustainability Center to present his paper titled […]

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Rahman, Bianchi, and Tran start Ph.D. work in the lab’s new home

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We’re happy to welcome three new group members in the fall 2014 semester. Aowabin Rahman previously completed his M.S. in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Utah and is now performing new computational modeling to better analyze thermal storage devices for combined cooling, heating, and power systems. […]

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Elwell and Lucich named ASHRAE Utah scholarship winners for 2014


David Elwell (B.S. student) and Stephen Lucich (M.S. student) were recently named as local scholarship winners by the Utah ASHRAE chapter. David was recognized at the ASHRAE student night event on May 8, 2014, at the Salt Lake Bees game. He is pictured here with his daughter […]

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Utah ASHRAE Student Night May 8, 2014

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Utah ASHRAE May 8th Fall Social and Student Night Date:               Thursday, May 8th, 2014 Location:        Smith’s Ballpark77 W 1300 SSalt Lake City, UT 84115 Time:              Pre-Game Picnic at 5:35 pm, Game Starts at 6:35 pm Overview: Please join us for our final meeting of the season and […]

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Elwell named for Monson Essay Prize at Undergraduate Research Symposium

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At the University of Utah Undergraduate Research Symposium on April 1, 2014, David Elwell was named as the 2014 recipient of the Monson Essay Prize for conducting research with significant societal impacts. His abstract, “Salinity Gradient Energy Recovery Using Pressure Retarded Osmosis” was chosen from hundreds received […]

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