Climate Reality + Emerging Technologies = Drivers for Building Science Research

The December Research and Technology Forum focused on the future of energy efficiency and the changing needs for research in building science. This R&T forum featured Taitem Engineering Chairman Ian Shapiro, who has lead several applied energy conservation research projects and delivered workshops in the areas of energy and ventilation. Shapiro has been trained twice by Al Gore through the Climate Reality Project and has been a guest lecturer at Cornell University, Tompkins Cortland Community College and Syracuse University.

 

 

Research & Technology Forum Series 

SyracuseCoE offers regularly scheduled forums and networking showcasing innovative research, technologies and other opportunities of interest to stakeholders and community members. Past topics have included groundbreaking industry projects to modernize the HVAC systems at the Sistine Chapel, workshops to help state agencies develop funding priorities, and research on the impact of “green” buildings on cognitive function. To receive notice of these events, sign up for email updates at the “Join our mailing list” tab at the bottom right corner of the website. Visit the Research & Technology Forum page to see the archive.