Selected as a Scientific Committee member of PLEA 2017 Edinburgh

Amir Nezamdoost is selected as one of the scientific committee members of PLEA 2017 Edinburgh to review papers submitted to the conference.  PLEA stands for Passive Low Energy Architecture and is a global network that has led a worldwide discourse on sustainable architecture and urban design through its conferences since 1982. More information can be…

Winner of International VELUX Award 2016 in the Americas Region

How does daylight affect us at work? Watch to learn how a team of students compared how office workers use manually operated blinds versus how automated blinds provide light and shade in an office building. The students, Amir Nezamdoost, Alen Mahic and Malak Modaresnezhad won the Regional Award for The Americas in the International VELUX…

Article published in LEUKOS about examining daylight performance

A full length journal paper titled, “Revisiting the Daylit Area: Examining Daylighting Performance Using Subjective Human Evaluations and Simulated Compliance with the LEED Version 4 Daylight Credit,” by Amir Nezamdoost and Kevin Van Den Wymelenberg has been published in LEUKOS. The online first version can be found here. Abstract: The IES Lighting Measurement 83-12 Approved…