Scott Bucking won the best presentation award
Scott Bucking won the best presentation award at the Photovoltaic Networks National Scientific Conference
PhD student Scott Bucking, co-supervised by Radu Zmeureanu and Andreas Athienitis in the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science, won the best presentation award at the Photovoltaic Networks National Scientific Conference in Hamilton, Ont., held May 8 to 10.
Bucking’s presentation was about how particular economic incentives influence the design of buildings, in particular, buildings with passive solar systems and photovoltaic systems. Bucking is conducting his research at the Centre for Zero Energy Building Studies in the Department for Building, Civil and Environmental Engineering.
--- Source: Concordia Accolades for the week of May 27 Posted on May 29, 2013