DOE Awards Funding to Bess Krietemeyer (PI), Amber Bartosh (Co-PI), Jensen Zhang (Co-PI), Ed Bogucz (Co-PI) of Syracuse University, in collaboration with Cocoon Construct and tkFabricate for Research on Integrated Whole-Building Retrofit Solutions, Spring 2020


NSF Awards Funding to Bess Krietemeyer, Tarek Rakha, and Jason Dedrick for Research on Smart Energy – Community Energy: Technical and Social Challenges and Integrative Solutions,” Fall 2017



Bess Krietemeyer selected as featured faculty in Syracuse University Innovation Orange series, Fall 2017


Bess Krietemeyer to lecture at The City College of New York Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture Sciame Lecture Series, Fall 2017


Bess Krietemeyer, Amber Bartosh, and Lorne Covington to present at ACADIA 2017, hosted by MIT, Fall 2017


Amber Bartosh and Bess Krietemeyer present Designing Better Environments Using VR at Light and Sound Interactive Annual Conference, Fall 2017


CoE Awards Funding for Research – Community Energy Dashboard: A Tool for a Community Energy Approach – Syracuse University, Fall, 2017


Lorne Covington, Amber Bartosh, Bess Krietemeyer, and Dan Pacheco lead VR workshop at Project Fibonacci Annual STEAM Conference, Summer 2017


IDVL featured in SU Magazine, “Virtual Explorations” – Syracuse Magazine, Spring 2017



Amber Bartosh and Bess Krietemeyer present at Building Technology Educator’s Society (BTES) Conference, Summer 2017



Campus as Laboratory for Sustainability (CALS) funding program awards Funding for Research – Campus Light Mapping: Analysis and Visualization of Sustainable Smart Lighting for Reducing GHG Emissions and Improving Campus Safety – Syracuse University, May 2017



IDVL research featured on cover of Architectural Design: Wiley, March 2017



Campus as Laboratory for Sustainability (CALS) funding program awards Funding for Research – Climate Disruption Awareness Generator – Syracuse University, January 2017


Bess Krietemeyer lectures at the University of Colorado Boulder Environmental Design Lecture Series, Spring 2017


CoE Awards Funding for Research – VIS-SIM: A Framework for Designing Neighborhood Energy Efficiency through Data Visualization and Calibrated Urban Building Energy Simulation – Syracuse University, Oct 26th 2016


Amber Bartosh and Research Assistant Fengqi Li to present Wall Parley at ACADIA 2016


Bess Krietemeyer presents Modeling and Illustration of Building and Urban Energy Flows at the 13th International Forum and Workshop on Combined Heat, Air, Moisture and Pollutant Simulations (CHAMPS


Amber Bartosh chairs session in SyracuseCOE Symposium, September 20-21, 2016