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Nick Puckett will co-direct “Beyond Mechanics Research Cluster” at Smart Geometry 2012

Nick Puckett will be co-directing a workshop titled, "Beyond Mechanics Research Cluster" at Smart Geometry 2012, with Mariana Ibanez (Harvard GSD) and Simon Kim (uPenn). The five day workshop will develop responsive clothing/cladding prototypes using shape-memory polymer and hydrogel. This workshop uses Puckett's previous research on Project…
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Dean Michael Speaks published a feature in Architectural Record about Hong Kong

Dean Michael Speaks published a feature in Architectural Record titled, "Design as Key to Competition." About the global economic realignment, design, and Hong Kong.
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David Mohney wrote an entry for the Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum blog

Professor David Mohney wrote a blog entry for the Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum. Mohney's entry titled, "Ascendant Public Architecture," is a response to the "Design with the Other 90%: CITIES" exhibition on display at the United Nations Headquarters in New York. Cynthia E. Smith, Curator…
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Nick Puckett gave a lecture/workshop about “active” building materials at the University of Arkansas

Assistant Professor of Architecture and Engineering, Nick Puckett, recently gave a lecture and workshop at the University of Arkansas. The lecture/workshop was cosponsored by the School of Architecture and the Department of Computer Science at the University of Arkansas. The lecture highlighted Puckett's recent work with…
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Gregory Luhan is a co-principal investigator in a National Science Foundation (NSF) funded project

by Jenny Wells and Bob Gregory The National Science Foundation (NSF) has selected an innovative University of Kentucky course design project for funding in its "Transforming Undergraduate Education in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math" (TUES) program. The three-year project, "Systems Thinking for Sustainability" (STFS), will offer UK students a unique…
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Atomic Cities Research Group presented at the Paducah Citizens Advisory Board’s monthly meeting

On October 20th, UK/CoD's Atomic Cities Research Group presented their PGDP (Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant) regional and subsurface model to the Paducah Citizens Advisory Board's monthly meeting. The model was received well, and understood as a document that citizens, scientists, Department of Energy, and various contractors could use to discuss…
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Anne Filson’s Spring ‘12 studio will work with CAER to design algae containers to capture CO2

Assistant Professor Anne Filson will lead a Spring '12 undergraduate studio that will work with researchers at UK's Center for Applied Energy Research (CAER) to study bioreactor design concepts. The students will generate theoretical proposals for algae containers and bioreactor arrays that can capture carbon dioxide (CO2) generated by Power…
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Douglas Appler, the Helen Edwards Abell Endowed Chair in HP, presented at the ACSP conference

Douglas Appler, the Helen Edwards Abell Endowed Chair in Historic Preservation, presented a paper at the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning conference in Salt Lake City, UT on Oct. 15 titled, “Planning, Place and Archaeology: Understanding the role of City Archaeology Programs in the Effort to Create…
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Professor Wallis Miller visited Oslo as visiting faculty for the project “Place and Displacement”

Professor Wallis Miller has just returned from a week in Oslo as a visiting faculty member for the project "Place and Displacement", a four year project at the Oslo School of Design generously funded by the Norwegian Research Council. Architecture exhibitions are a focal point of the project, which brings…
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Filson and Rohrbacher presented AtFAB at the World Maker Faire in New York

Assistant Professors Anne Filson and GaryRohrbacher presented AtFAB at the World Maker Faire on Sept 17 & 18 at the New York Hall of Science. They were among 500 exhibitors "who represent the grassroots of American innovation."  The Faire is the world's largest DIY Festival, drawing…
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