The New York Tech's Energy and Green Technologies Laboratory is a living lab that opened in April 2019 under the Department of Energy Management. It represents a real-world environment and provides students with hands-on experience in energy and green technology disciplines. Energy generation, storage, and conservation methods are studied in this lab under the following areas:
Urban-scale Building Energy Modeling (UBEM) using High-Performance Computing (HPC).
Physics-based building energy modeling (BEM) through commercial simulation tools and building information modeling (BIM).
Design and evaluation of zero-net-energy (ZNE) buildings.
Data-driven building energy modeling through machine learning techniques.
Modeling and evaluating different energy retrofit approaches.
Application of multi-functional sensors in collecting environmental data for data-driven energy modeling.
Analysis of high-performance building enclosure based on building science.
The EnTech Lab is actively looking for students and research assistants interested in the field of energy to learn more about state-of-the-art topics, gain hands-on experience, and help us with our projects.
Joining ASHRAE Student Branch at NYIT brings different kinds of benefits for students and professionals alike, from internship opportunities, company site visits, talks, networking events, and more!
Students at EnTech Lab showcase their projects in the best way possible; see what they are working on in our Media Library! Don't forget to check out our YouTube Channel to get the latest updates.
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