Sep 20th 2023

2023 Fall Lecture Series: Marilyne Andersen, Laboratory of Integrated Performance in Design

Building performance through the use of daylight is the center of a lecture by Marilyne Andersen, professor of Sustainable Construction Technologies and head of the Laboratory of Integrated Performance in Design at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne, at a guest lecture at S. R. Crown Hall at 5 p.m. on October 4.

Andersen’s research and consulting activities focus on building performance through the use and optimization of daylight. She works on a wide range of subjects, including visual and thermal comfort, tools for early stage design, circadian photoreception and health, and advanced facade technologies for daylight redistribution. Andersen has a background in physics and has been working at the interface between architecture and engineering her academic career.

View a photo gallery of this lecture on Flickr.