Undergraduate and graduate students from the Departments of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (Adrian Soble, Seungyeon Hong, Max St-Jacques, Brodie Hobson, Saptak Dutta, Mohammad Derakhti, Connor Brackley, Joshua Reinhart and Jayson Bursill) have won the first annual Hacking Climate Change national competition.

The two-day competition required teams to propose technical solutions for building energy resilience for an existing building portfolio under climate change. The students are part of the Building Performance Research Centre; Adrian Soble is part of the CREATE Heritage Engineering program.



Thursday, March 19, 2020 in
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