As part of its ongoing mission to increase visibility in architectural research, ARCC maintains profile pages for its member institutions, highlighting their research and academic efforts. To see your institution added, email email@example.com.
Arizona State University – Solar Laboratory and Deck
ASU’s Solar Lab is a nationally recognized facility for research and education in active and passive solar heating/cooling/electricity and in climate responsive building material design concepts. the solar deck contains solar ovens, a rotating test house, an array of evacuated-tube solar thermal collectors, a solar thermal flat plate collector test facility, two-axis PV tracker, and a solar PV module testing experimental set-up. For more info on ASU’s research initiatives, click here.
Auburn University – College of Architecture, Design and Construction Research Council
The CADC Research Council is composed of representatives of the three CADC Schools, the CADC research labs, initiatives and centers, and CADC research administrators. The CADCRC establishes and reviews research-related policies and issues, provides a forum for research-related topics and reviews annual proposals for the CADC Seed Grant program and the McWhorter Fund for Excellence grants. For more info, click here.
Ball State University – R. Wayne Estopinal College of Architecture and Planning Research
Ball State supports our Indiana communities with low- or no-cost expertise through six centers and labs, including College of Architecture and Planning: Indianapolis (CAP INDY); Center for Energy Research/Education/Services (CERES); Center for Historic Preservation (CHP); Community-Based Projects (CBP); Drawings and Documents Archive ; Digital Fabrication Lab (DFL); and Hybrid Design Technologies (HDT). For more info, click here.
California Polytechnic State University – John T. Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies
Administered by the College of Environmental Design, the Lyle Center is committed to a future in which all people live with dignity in safe, healthy, and sustainable environments. The Center believes this future is best achieved through the development of ecological, social and economic systems that regenerate, enabling communities to provide for the future as well as the present.
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