Embodied Carbon | Measurement, Modeling & Innovation

2020 AIA/ACSA Intersections Research Conference: CARBON

Description: 

This discussion is a deep dive into the tools that measure and model embodied carbon and how they're being used today in project work. You'll hear about the origin of Tally® as well as its latest features and see demonstrations about how it can be used on real projects. Firm leaders and researchers talk about where innovation in tool creation needs to go next and how AIA's Design Data Exchange can help.

Learning objectives

  • Understand how to measure and model embodied carbon in your building projects.
  • Learn the latest technologies in carbon tools that can be used on your real building projects today.
  • Discover the latest innovations in carbon modeling from leading experts.
  • Gain knowledge of AIA's design data exchange and how it can help you build sustainable projects.

 

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Instructors

  • Jacob Elbrecht headshot

    Jacob Elbrecht

    Research Fellow | EskewDumezRipple

    Jacob joins EDR as the studio's year-long Research Fellow, exploring this year's theme of wood, and...
  • Efrie Escott headshot

    Efrie Escott

    AIA, LFA, LEED AP BD+C

    Environmental Researcher, Associate | KieranTimberlake

    Efrie Escott investigates materials, ecosystems, and digital technologies as an Associate in the...
  • Andrea Love Headshot

    Andrea Love

    AIA

    Principal and Director of Building Science | Payette

     

    Andrea Love is a Principal and the Director of Building Science at Payette, the 2019 AIA Firm Award...
  • Z Smith

    Z Smith

    FAIA, PhD, LEED AP BD+C

    Principal, Director of Sustainability and Building Performance | Eskew+Dumez+Ripple

    Z Smith is Principal and Director of Sustainability and Building Performance at Eskew+Dumez+Ripple ...
  • Kelsey Wotila Headshot

    Kelsey Wotila

    Research Fellow | EskewDumezRipple

    Kelsey Wotila joined EskewDumezRipple as the studio’s yearlong Research Fellow, exploring embodied...