Past Winners

2019 Challenge Winners

Destiny Currie and James Whitfield, Clark Atlanta University

The Challenge: Smart Sensors and Controls for Residential Buildings. The objective of this challenge was to identify a specific community impacted by this problem, describe the stakeholder community and the specific challenges. 

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Kira O'Hare, Katie Earles, Taylor Sparacello and Catherine Moore, Georgia Institute of Technology

The Challenge: Smart Sensors and Controls for Residential Buildings. The objective of this challenge was to identify a specific community impacted by this problem, describe the stakeholder community and the specific challenges. 

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2018 Challenge Winners

cade lawson
Cade Lawson, Economics Undergraduate Student at the Georgia Institute of Technology

The Challenge: Open “What-If” Challenge: Connecting the Right data at the Right Time to Improve Residential Building Performance. The objective of this challenge was to identify and design approaches to influence homeowner decisions to optimize their energy use.

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Sarah Tinsley
Sarah Tinsley, Economics Undergraduate Student at the Georgia Institute of Technology

The Challenge: Open “What-If” Challenge: Connecting the Right data at the Right Time to Improve Residential Building Performance. The objective of this challenge was to identify and design approaches to influence homeowner decisions to optimize their energy use.

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Carl Woodard, Mechcanical Engineering Undergraduate Student

The Challenge: Open “What-If” Challenge: Connecting the Right data at the Right Time to Improve Residential Building Performance. The objective of this challenge was to identify and design approaches to influence homeowner decisions to optimize their energy use.

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