Living Building Science
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The purpose of this wiki is to share the findings of the Living Building Science VIP team at Georgia Tech to help scientists, engineers, architecs, and contractors make science-based decisions about constructing sustainable buildings.
Living Building Science is a Georgia Tech VIP team studying the sustainable systems embedded in the Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design in Atlanta. We have an additional team focused on Air Quality which is a separate section of the course.
The instructional team is:
- Jason Riedy (Computing)
- Steve Place (Horticulture)
And currently consists of six subteams:
- Liquid Waste Nitrification
- Biodiversity - Wildlife
- [[Microbial Diversity in Soil}}
- Machine Learning
- Remote Sensing of Honey Bees