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  • LRC Awards ASSIST Scholarship

    Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute's Lighting Research Center (LRC) has awarded its 2007-08 ASSIST Scholarship to Tianming Dong, a third-year Ph.D. student at the LRC. ASSIST (Alliance for Solid-State Illumination Systems and Technologies) is a consortium of researchers, manufacturers, and government...

  • Student Houses Test Solar Technologies

    From Oct. 12 to Oct. 20 the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) held its 2007 Solar Decathlon student competition on the grounds of the National Mall in Washington, D.C. During the nine-day event the performance and design of the 20 teams' solar-powered houses were judged across 10 categories:...

  • Philly Student Wins Luraline Design Competition

    The winner of Luraline's sixth-annual "It's Your Light" student design competition is Philadelphia University architecture student Bryan Giroux for his entry, a sculpture of light called "Flux". The wall-mounted LED fixture delivers controllable indirect light dispersion and a small amount of...

  • Immersive Landscapes

    For the seventh consecutive year, New York area lighting design, architecture, interior design, engineering, and art students were asked to explore light's potential as an artistic medium.

  • Luraline's 'It's Your Light' Winner

    Lighting manufacturer Luraline Products has announce the winner of its fourth annual "It's Your Light" student design competition--Interior design major Hollis Machala from Mount Ida College in Newton, Massachusetts. Machala's luminaire design named "120 Mystery," is a pendant fixture that provides...

  • Litecontrol Announces Student Design Competition

    has announced a student design competition which integrates its new Inde-Pendants ADA Sconce light fixture into architectural surroundings. It is open to all full-time undergraduate, graduate or post-graduate students enrolled in an accredited program in architecture, lighting design, interior...

  • IESNY Announces Winners of Student Design Competition

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  • 2007 Solar Decathlon Participants Announced

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  • Light of Tomorrow

    Paying tribute to daylight, the 2006 International Velux Award encourages students of architecture to discuss, simulate, and rethink daylight in a role in which it is not merely moderated by the architecture, but becomes a crucial primary aspect of the design. 'Light of Tomorrow,' the theme of the...

  • Solar Decathlon

    Eighteen student teams design and build sustainable case-study homes on the National Mall in Washington, as part of a Department of Energy-sponsored comptetition.