ARCC 2019 Best Paper and Best Poster Awards
ARCC is happy to announce the recipients of the Best Paper and Best Poster Awards for ARCC 2019:
The Best Paper Awards recipient is Jae Yong Suk, University of Texas at San Antonio, for his paper titled: “Can Hourly-Based Annual Daylighting Simulations Predict Daylight Availability in Dynamic Sky Conditions?”.
The Best Poster Award recipient is Vera Parlac, University of Calgary, for her poster titled: “Soft Architectural Assemblies“.
ARCC would also like to acknowledge the following authors, who work was short listed for the Best Paper Award:
– Narjes Abbasabadi and Rahman Azari: A Data-Driven Urban Building Energy Use Modeling Framework.
– Manal Anis: Responsive Skin: Designing an Adaptive Building Envelope with Bamboo as a Hygroscopically Active Material.
– Homeira Mirhosseini, Kenner Carmody, and Lisa Lulo: A Framework for the Co-benefits and Trade-offs of Resilience and Sustainability Certification Programs.
– David William Karle: Expanding Urban Cultural Production: Operational Landscape of 60 Million Chickens.
– Madlen Simon and Ming Hu: Data-Driven Design Evaluation: Emerging Methodology Combining Virtual Reality Immersion and EEG Monitoring.
– Magi Sarvimaki: ANTi-History in Design Research: New applications and interpretations.
– Alexandra Staub: Stakeholder Theory as a Paradigm for Cultural Production of the Built Environment.
All papers from ARCC 2019 can be accessed on the ARCC Conference Repository. The repository is publicly available and is indexed by OCLC WorldCat and Google Scholar in an OAI compliant database. This ensures that researchers affiliated with ARCC have significant exposure of their work.
The ARCC conference awards are determined through a two-stage process. First, the results of the double-blind peer review are used to identify a number of short-listed papers. Then a committee of experts representing the range of research topics and approaches of ARCC members selects the award recipient. This year’s committee included: Philip Plowright, Editor-in-Chief of ENQ, the ARCC Journal and Professor of Architecture, Lawrence Technological University, Erin Moore, Head of the School of Architecture & Environment, and Associate Professor, University of Oregon, and Adil Sharag-Eldin, Associate Professor of Architecture, Kent State University.