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PhD student Heta Kosonen and CEE assistant professor Amy Kim were awarded Best Paper at the 5th International Construction Specialty Conference, held June 7 -10 in Vancouver BC.
CEE faculty Amy Kim and Dorothy Reed, project co-investigators, along with ISE graduate research assistant Stanley Wang and Yiming Liu, CEE engineering technician, examined the thermal comfort of the LEED-certified Gold Husky Union Building in the Green Seed Fund project Indoor Environment Quality Assessment.
CEE will host a national workshop with experts in health, air quality, agriculture, water resources, ecological forecasting and disaster management with an aim to bridge the gap between observations collected in space and on-the-ground needs.