[Sbse] SBSE Digest, Vol 155, Issue 11

raphaelle.hallaj at gmail.com raphaelle.hallaj at gmail.com
Thu Oct 22 11:05:44 PDT 2020


My name is Raphaelle Hallaj , I have a masters in architecture from CAL
POly, My plan was to do a PHD and I have taught at Stanford, Cal Poly and
SSAC. I live in CA .. given our times and challenges in the private sector,
I was wondering if anyone can suggest a place to find an assistant position
where I can help with presentation and slides and other .. teaching on
line can be awesome but requires a lot.. I can work remotely.
Also, any chance I can find a good place for my PHD on sustainability and
calumet action plans needed. I have a background in Ecological architecture
and Not sure where to find a program that would truly help our new
generation with this shift? Please advise. I also Have a masters (audit
status) in construction management from Stnaford.
Thank you for your time,
All the,
Raph

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>    1. Artificial Sky (SHARAG-ELDIN, ADIL)
>    2. Re: Artificial Sky (Haglund, Bruce (bhaglund at uidaho.edu))
>    3. COVID-19 transmission in homes - Harvard Healthy Buildings
>       Study (Salimifard, Parichehr)
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> Date: Wed, 21 Oct 2020 16:31:19 +0000
> From: "SHARAG-ELDIN, ADIL" <asharage at kent.edu>
> To: "sbse at uidaho.edu" <sbse at uidaho.edu>
> Subject: [Sbse] Artificial Sky
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> Dear Friends and Colleagues,
> I hope that you are all well, healthy, and succeeding in your classes this
> term, whether they are remote, hybrid, or in-person.
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> I have an MS student who needs access to an artificial sky to calibrate a
> computational model and potentially verifies her simulation outcomes. I am
> sending this email to see if there are Artificial sky labs that we may use
> to measure Daylight Factors inside a scaled model under a CIE Overcast sky?
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> I am looking forward to hearing from you soon.
> Best,
> Adil
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> Date: Wed, 21 Oct 2020 17:01:59 +0000
> From: "Haglund, Bruce (bhaglund at uidaho.edu)" <bhaglund at uidaho.edu>
> To: "SHARAG-ELDIN, ADIL" <asharage at kent.edu>, sbse <sbse at uidaho.edu>
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> Hi Adil,
> What's your plan? Send your student off to the sky or just send the model?
> I have the world's only daylighted artificial sky available and an on-going
> natural lighting seminar.
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> Be well,
> Bruce
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>
> Dear Friends and Colleagues,
>
> I hope that you are all well, healthy, and succeeding in your classes this
> term, whether they are remote, hybrid, or in-person.
>
>
>
> I have an MS student who needs access to an artificial sky to calibrate a
> computational model and potentially verifies her simulation outcomes. I am
> sending this email to see if there are Artificial sky labs that we may use
> to measure Daylight Factors inside a scaled model under a CIE Overcast sky?
>
>
>
> I am looking forward to hearing from you soon.
>
> Best,
>
> Adil
>
>
>
>
>
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> Dr. Adil Sharag-Eldin, Associate Professor of Architectural Sciences
>
> Room 210W CAE
>
> 132 S. Lincoln St.
>
> College of Architecture and Environmental Design
>
> Kent State University
>
> Kent, OH 44242-0001
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> asharage at kent.edu<mailto:asharage at kent.edu>
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> Date: Wed, 21 Oct 2020 15:31:13 +0000
> From: "Salimifard, Parichehr" <psalimifard at hsph.harvard.edu>
> To: "sbse at uidaho.edu" <sbse at uidaho.edu>
> Subject: [Sbse] COVID-19 transmission in homes - Harvard Healthy
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> Dear SBSEers,
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> I am reaching out to you regarding a COVID-19 study my team and I are
> working on. In our study (called COVID-Homes), we are investigating the
> associations between the building characteristics and occupants behavior
> and transmission of COVID-19  in homes.
> I would be thankful if you consider participating in our study and also
> sharing the following study Ad and survey link to your network.
> Your help is much appreciated.
>
> Here is the link to the survey and study Ad:
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> https://urldefense.com/v3/__https://harvard.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_es5GWQa264SY8dv?suad=x14__;!!JYXjzlvb!z8rloEoCONtBPKdeQlerp4ulz8KsevzKVlwhTzCQ9sHWSiLYItAKAKMn41ZkBw$
> ?The Harvard Healthy Buildings Program is launching a new study to analyze
> the spread of COVID-19 through the lens we know best: our buildings. Help
> us understand how building characteristics and behaviors at home can defend
> against COVID-19 transmission. Whether you?ve had or haven?t had
> coronavirus symptoms, please consider taking our 15-minute survey<
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> >. If you haven?t been sick, you may be eligible to continue participating
> in our prospective follow-up study of new symptom occurrences in your home.?
>
> Best Regards,
> Parichehr
>
> PARICHEHR SALIMIFARD, PhD
> Postdoctoral Fellow  |  Healthy Buildings Program
> Department of Environmental Health  |  Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public
> Health
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