Meggers joins effort to establish urban water sustainability research network
Princeton part of $12 million cooperative agreement from the National Science Foundation to establish the Urban Water Innovation Network (UWIN).
Meggers Wins Siebel Energy Institute Research Grant
The project aims to increase the efficiency of buildings by studying the cooling and heating of buildings using the lens of constructal theory.
03.14.15 to 05.03.15
Exhibit: "The Built Environment - Design for Life," Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie - with presentation by Forrest Meggers
Highlighting adaptive re-use of historic buildings, modern and contemporary structures and buildings that demonstrate designs for energy efficiency and climate,
Cooling and Heating for Architecturally Optimized Systems - Meggers' research summer 2014
Meggers Profiled in "Faculty Focus"
Princeton University's Research at Princeton Series
Technically Speaking Conversation: Forrest Meggers & John May
Research and development Laboratory as an interface between the School of Architecture, School of Computer Science, School of Engineering, and the Woodrow Wilson School of Public Policy.