DIVA Day [headed] West!
October 2, 2014
Seattle City Hall
Welcome and opening remarks
Chris Meek, University of Washington
Christoph Reinhart, Solemma
New features in DIVA [presentation] [mp3 audio]
Alstan Jakubiec, Solemma
Prediction of dynamic daylighting simulations from a limited number of high dynamic range photographs [presentation] [mp3 audio]
Mehlika Inanici, University of Washington
Student competition presentation [presentation] [mp3 audio]
Niloufar Emami, U of Michigan
Enhancing DIVA as a tool to study lighting control system [presentation] [mp3 audio]
Tuan Tran, U of Hawaii
How first time modelers develop and communicate DIVA results [presentation] [mp3 audio]
Seth Holmes, U of Hartford
Interacting with Environmental Data
Erick Katzenstein, Mode Lab
The fabric of space-light: harvesting the creative potential of daylighting
Luisa Caldas, UC Berkeley
DIV-A10 - evolving, communicating and validating daylight results for over 2 decades [presentation] [mp3 audio]
Emilie Hagan/Henry Richardson/Michael Esposito, Atelier Ten SF/NY
Parametrics + simulation: what can be ignored when [presentation] [mp3 audio]
Scott Crawford, Apoorv Goyal, LMN Architects
Design validation for views, daylight & comfort: the 1063 block replacement project [presentation] [mp3 audio]
Marty Brennan, Ed Clark, ZGF
LEEDv4 panel discussion [presentation] [mp3 audio]
Kevin van den Wymelenberg, Ed Clark, Eddy Santosa
Moderated by Alstan Jakubiec
We are pleased to announce that the 3rd DIVA Day will be held in Seattle, Washington!
Co-hosted by the University of Washington
...and we are announcing the DIVA Day Student Competition!
DIVA Day is a full-day event focused on the use of DIVA and associated simulation tools to improve and enhance design through performance-based workflows including presentations by practitioners and researchers at leading architectural, consulting, and engineering firms and universities. Conference sessions will include the introduction of new features by the DIVA Team, presentations of research and case studies by our speakers, and this year we will host a panel discussion on the evolving daylighting credits in codes and point systems like LEED v4. As always, the dinner following the event will provide excellent opportunities to meet and talk with speakers and other attendees.
Speakers include practitioners from LMN, ZGF, Atelier Ten and
academics from UC Berkeley, U Hawaii, U Idaho, U Hartford and U of Washington
Announcing a special pre-event lecture!
Solemma founder and MIT professor Christoph Reinhart will be speaking at
the University of Washington the night before DIVA Day.
Comfortable, Walkable and Efficient Towards Sustainable Urban Architecture
University of Washington, Department of Architecture Fall Lecture Series
Architecture Hall Room 147
October 1 @ 6:00pm
Maps of university and room