Resilient Adaptive Climate Technology Living Lab & ThinkTank

Please use this identifier to cite or link to this community:

http://hdl.handle.net/1903/27013

 

The founding five academic units (Engineering, Architecture, Libraries, Agriculture & Natural Resources, and Education) have agreed to advance beyond the already remarkable accomplishments of Team Maryland’s successes over the past two decades of transdisciplinary competition in the United States Department of Energy Solar Decathlon (SD). We intend to leverage our internationally recognized success into an on-campus Resilient Adaptive Climate Technology Living Laboratory & ThinkTank, a site for deep integration across disciplines as experts from different areas pursue common research challenges, and increasingly intermingle and integrate their knowledge, theories, methods, data, research communities and languages with new frameworks, paradigms or even disciplines formed from sustained interactions across multiple communities. We intend to extend the knowledge, expertise, and information to various stakeholders throughout the state of Maryland and beyond through various UMD outreach services, not the least of which is the University of Maryland Extension Service.

Collections in this community

Recent Submissions

  • Living Systems and Waste of reACT: Learning Module 

    Bishop, Zachary; Lagomarsino, Matthew (2021-08-06)
    This learning module is an audiovisual presentation that describes the Living Systems of reACT and their connection to cultural principles of the Piscataway tribe. reACT, the University of Maryland competition house for ...
  • 2020-2021 Annual Report 

    reACT ThinkTank (2021-05-18)
    The reACT Living Laboratory & ThinkTank presents a record of work April 2020-May 2021. The report demonstrates a good rate of return on the University's investment in both the Solar Decathlon and the administrators, ...
  • U.S. Department of Energy Solar District Cup Collegiate Design Competition, Class of 2021, Team Maryland 

    Cossard, Patricia Kosco (2021-04-16)
    The Solar District Cup Class of 2021 final deliverable has been submitted and accepted. The judges and Solar District Cup organizers are excited to see the solutions Team Maryland has developed over the past several months. ...
  • Project Proposal: UFC District Use Case 

    Nerrise, Favour; Brinkman, Jakob; Mountain, Pamela; Yee, Jonathan; Stanfield, Cade; Kirshenboin, Tali; Molkara, Yasmin; Owoeye, Oluwadara (2021-04-26)
    The Final Deliverable Package includes a complete conceptual design and techno-economic analysis of a proposed interconnected solar PV plus battery electric storage system that maximizes energy offset and savings over the ...