Nomad | EPFL: Network of Optimization Modalities in Architectural Design NOMAD

The project called NOMAD is a joint initiative of both laboratories LIPID and LAST of the ENAC School at EPFL. It consists of a number of research projects that focus on the optimization of building envelopes in a sustainable architecture perspective. Based on performance evaluations undertaken in two climates (cool-temperate versus hot-arid), this project will most notably rely on the use of experimental modules installed on the EPFL campus in Lausanne and the EPFL Middle East campus at Ras-Al-Kaimah, U.A.E.

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