Luke Leung, Director of SOM's Sustainable Engineering Studio, will be the featured speaker during a two-day event hosted by Penn State's Department of Architectural Engineering.
On May 1, 2014, Leung will deliver the lecture, "Master Integrators: A New Role in a New World for Architects/Engineers," during the school's senior thesis presentations. His talk will explore approaches of analyzing the resource demands of buildings, campuses, neighborhoods, districts, and cities—and how that analyses drives the design of the community and its infrastructure. His presentation is part of the Raymond A. Bowers Program lecture series.
Leung received his bachelor of architectural engineering and master's degree in architectural engineering from Penn State in 1987 and 1990, respectively. A LEED Fellow, he is a five-time recipient of the Excellence in Engineering Award from ASHRAE's Illinois Chapter, and a two-time recipient of the ASHRAE Regional Technology Award.
Master Integrators: A New Role in a New World for Architects/Engineers
May 1, 2014
Nittany Lion Inn
Penn State University Park, Pennsylvania