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Mar 19 2018 | Stanford Engineering - News | Posted In: Awards
The award recognizes early career excellence in STEM research and education. Gorlé leads Stanford’s Wind Engineering Lab, where she and her team research and assess complex environmental issues in urban environments. She was recognized for her proposal, Quantifying Wind Hazards on Buildings in...
Jan 26 2018 | Stanford Engineering - Research & Ideas | Posted In: In the News
At the Wind Engineering Lab, a team is working to harness a building's natural ventilation to allow it to stay cool or warm up at just the right times.
Nov 29 2017 | TomKatCenter for Sustainable Energy | Posted In: Awards
The Wind Engineering lab will colaborate with Sanjay Lall (Professor of Electrical Engineering and of Aeronautics and Astronautics) to investigate the use of model predictive control for optimizing energy savings and user comfort in naturally ventilated buildings. 
Jun 29 2017 | Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment | Posted In: Awards
The Wind Engineering lab received a Woods EVP award to develop and validate a computational framework for predicting ventilation rates in a variety of low-income household layouts and ventilation designs.  Respiratory diseases are a leading cause of child death globally, killing...
Jun 13 2017 | CIFE Webpage | Posted In: Awards
The Wind Engineering lab received a CIFE seed research award to develop an efficient multi-fidelity modeling framework to predict natural ventilation system performance with quantified confidence intervals.