We were also very glass to welcome Mauro Overend into our midst, whom will be our new professor for the chair of Structural Design & Mechanics. We interviewed to Mauro to get to know him a bit better.
On the 25th of November, Faidra Oikonomopoulou successfully defender her PhD thesis, thereby earning her a doctorate title.
Another year, another pair Bucky Lab Building Weeks! This years project, concerning Trespa, will be held in the Tec Factory.
A new academic year means a new batch of Honours BSc students and thus another site visit to let them experience what working with concrete is like on an actual building site.
Phase changing materials (PCMs) are a hot topic right now in the built environment. Usually these PCMs are incorporated into ceilings or translucent or opague facade panels. However, Carmen Ramkhelawan decided to do things differently and see if she ould incorporate these PCMs into a solar shading system.
In her graduation report, Valeria Piccioni explores the usage of Fused Deposition Modeling to create a multi-functional facade element.
Since this year there is a large change to the MSc1 Architecture in the form of the Building Engineering Studios/Studies (BES). In this article we have a look at what this change entails.
The department of AE+T is happy to announce that as of this academic year we have a new professor of Architectural Glass: James O’Callaghan!
On August 23rd, Alejandro Prieto was invited to give the inaugural lecture of the academic semester of the Master of sustainable architecture and energy (MASE) in Chile, discussing the role architects and facade designers play in the current environmental context.
This year’s Bucky Lab is all about improving and evolving Trespa insulation panels. As part of their project, the students got a chance to the Trespa facilities in Weert.