[Bldg-sim] OpenStudio Features Update BSUG Webinar Sept. 24 - Rob Gugliemetti

Leichliter, Katrina (kleichliter@uidaho.edu) kleichliter at uidaho.edu
Thu Sep 11 10:04:38 PDT 2014

WEBINAR - OpenStudio Features Update: Radiance Support and Large Scale Parametric Analysis with AWS and OpenStudio Server

Date and Time: September 24, 2014 - 12.00 to 13.00 MT
Remote Webinar Available: Register HERE<https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8184947437156216321> for the remote webinar

Rob Guglielmetti from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden, CO will present a live demo of two of the latest features added to the OpenStudio applications suite:
Radiance 3-phase support - leveraging the latest additions to Radiance 4.2 and BSDFs for window shading devices - is ready for release, and BSUG members will be one of the first groups to see it in action!   Next, Rob will show how to set up a parametric analysis of your building models using OpenStudio measures, a simple spreadsheet interface, and OpenStudio Server, which can automatically leverage the power of Amazon's AWS cluster, bringing supercomputer resources to even the smallest design or engineering shop.
Rob joined NREL in May of 2009, having previously worked as a daylighting engineer, lighting designer, and lighting simulationist for firms in Boulder, CO and New York, NY. In total, Rob has over twenty years' experience in lighting, from lighting for the stage, to lighting some of the most prestigious cultural institutions in the world. Rob's specialization is in physically-based lighting simulation, the integration of lighting simulation with whole-building energy simulations, and the application of high dynamic range imaging toward more pleasant -- and energy-efficient -- built environments.

Katie Leichliter
Research Scientist
University of Idaho
Integrated Design Lab - Boise
Ph:  208.401.0649

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