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Students pitch TrekHaus & wind turbines at 2013 International Capstone Design Contest on Renewable Energy Technology

posted Feb 12, 2013, 8:54 PM by Ella Wong   [ updated Feb 13, 2013, 10:54 AM ]
Last month, graduate students from Portland State University’s Green Building Research Lab participated in the 2013 International Capstone Design Contest On Renewable Energy Technology (CORE 2013) in Mokpo, South Korea.  Two of the PSU presentations raised considerable interest in the design of high performance Passive Homes.  Jeff Lauck’s presentation on phase change material (PCM) being studied at TrekHaus won a gold award.  Santiago Rodriguez’s presentation looked into energy performance characteristics of cutting-edge technologies being used at TrekHaus.  Nicholas Hamilton earned silver for his work on wind turbine simulations.  Get the full scoop in Portland State Vanguard article, Students pitch top ideas in Korea: TrekHaus and wind turbine simulations earn gold and silver.

Photo of Santiago Rodriguez working on data acquisition system by Miles Sanguinetti.

Here's a peek at a couple of the poster presentations...

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