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  •  Solar Decathlon @ SCU

    Monday, Feb. 3, 2014

    Check out this video about Santa Clara Engineering's biggest hands-on project.

  •  SCU Solar Decathlon Updates

    Monday, Sep. 23, 2013

    Catch all the news as our SCU Solar Decathletes compete in the U.S. Department of Energy's Solar Decathlon in Irvine, CA, Oct. 3-13. Read regular updates on our Solar Decathlon Blog!

  •  The Solar Decathlon Team's Secret Weapon

    Friday, Jul. 26, 2013

    Fr. Jim Reites, advisor to SCU's Solar Decathlon team, is one of the keys to the project's success. Watch this video to see why.

  •  America's Infrastructure Report Card

    Tuesday, Apr. 30, 2013

    Ed Maurer, civil engineering associate professor, reports on ASCE's Report Card for America's Infrastructure. Read his article in WSJ's Market Watch.

  •  Solar Decathlon News

    Tuesday, Apr. 30, 2013

    Our SCU Solar Decathletes have been busy with a groundbreaking ceremony and steel delivery that has Radiant House taking shape. See their progress on YouTube.

  •  Engineering Students Compete with Next Generation of Energy Efficient Appliances

    Tuesday, May. 22, 2012

    Two teams of Santa Clara University students will compete against universities across the country in the MaxTech and Beyond: Ultra Low Energy Appliance Design Competition Wednesday, May 23. Santa Clara University is the only Bay Area school participating in the Department of Energy contest.

    One team of graduate mechanical engineering students Ying-Heng (Carlo) Peng, Diego Melani, and Miguel Gomez, advised by Professor Hohyun Lee, developed a lighting system that cuts energy use by controlling the angle of window blinds and using LED bulbs.

    Team DryAir, comprised of undergraduate senior mechanical engineering students (Michael) Zach Chong, (Peter) Colin Dess, Tim Hussey, and Liz Papengellin, advised by Professor Tim Hight, created an electric clothes dryer that reuses hot air—a basic concept that could have a lasting impact on the future of energy savings.

    The competition will be held Wednesday at both the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab and the Department of Energy Headquarters in Washington, D.C. and will be broadcast live on the web: https://cc.readytalk.com/r/2un7890hudc0

    Blind Team:
    1:00 - 1:15 p.m. Efficient Lighting System via Automated Control of Blind Angle and LED Light Bulbs

    Team DryAir:
    1:15 - 1:30 p.m. Reduction in Energy Use in Electric Clothes Dryers

    More info on competition: http://maxtechandbeyond.lbl.gov/

    Media Contact:  Marika Krause, 408-829-4836

  •  New M.S. in Sustainable Energy Offered

    Monday, Aug. 1, 2011

    Feeding the growing need and interest in understanding and solving environmental problems around the world, the School of Engineering announces a new master's degree program in sustainable energy

  •  New Renewable Energy Certificate Offered

    Monday, Oct. 4, 2010

    The School of Engineering is now offering a Renewable Energy Certificate for graduate students.

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