This is students’ opportunity to compete for Awards, including a chance for a paid summer internship at Oak Ridge National Laboratory or the National Renewable Energy Laboratory.
Both Round One and Two Challenges are open for ideas, comments and voting until November 30, 2018.
You can learn more about the JUMP into STEM Round Two Challenge by participating in the three-part seminar series:Webinar 1: Round 2 Challenge Overview
and an Introduction to Building Performance Fault Detection and Diagnosis with Stephen Frank, PhD, Senior Systems Engineer with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Date: October 17, 12 noon to 1pm ETWebinar 2: Designing Methods for Understanding Building Faults
, Including an Examination of the Challenge Sample Data Sets with Piljae Im, PhD, a researcher with the Building Envelope & Urban Systems Research (BE&USR) Group in the Building Technologies and Research Integration Center (BTRIC) at ORNL.
Date: October 24, 2pm to 3pm ETWebinar 3: Building Owners and Manager’s Perspectives on Addressing Building Performance
with Jared Parker, on-going commissioning specialist for Michigan State University.
Date: October 30, 2pm to 3pm ET
For More Information
Visit JUMP into STEM
to learn more about eligibility requirements and participation rules. Learn more about Round One Challenge here. Keep checking back: the Round Three Challenge will be offered in late-October.