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Hoque panelist on Nov. 3 on “Women in Energy and Environment” (Oct 27th, 2015)

Women In Energy Flyer

Next Tuesday, Nov 3, there will be a panel on Women in Energy and Environment: Discover your Career! (see flyer below) at 5:30pm in the Cape Cod Lounge (Student Union) at UMass, featuring our own Dr. Simi Hoque!

Hoque Co-PI in $1M NSF grant to study intelligent building systems (Sep 16th, 2015)


Together with Co-PIs Prashant Shenoy in Computer Science and David Irwin in Electrical and Computer Engineering, BCT faculty member Simi Hoque has received a three-year, $1M grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to work with Holyoke Gas & Electric Co. (HG&E) to develop smart energy services that will improve grid efficiency, encourage energy conservation and promote local […]

Simi Hoque and Brian Kane talk about their Eureka! experience this summer in new video (Aug 14th, 2015)


The following video, published by UMass Media Relations, summarizes another successful summer at UMass for the Eureka! Girls Inc. group of Holyoke. BCT’s Simi Hoque, who coordinated their visit to UMass, introduces the many workshops in the video. One of the workshops – on building macaroni bridges – was run by BCT graduate students Carl Fiocchi, Nariman Mostafavi, […]

Team UMass @ ARCC 2015 (Apr 15th, 2015)


A picture of the happy UMass team at the ARCC 2015 conference on the “Future of Architectural Research” in Chicago, which took place last week. Left to right: Caryn Brause (Architecture Faculty), Carl Fiocchi (BCT PhD student), Troy Peters (BCT/Arch PhD student), Ajla Aksamiya (Adjunct BCT Faculty), Ray Mann (Architecture Faculty), Simi Hoque (BCT Faculty), Somayeh Tabatabaee (BCT PhD […]

BCT Alumni & Friends Newsletter: Season’s Greetings! (Dec 11th, 2014)


A Message from the BCT Program Director As we conclude another successful semester in the BCT program, we are very proud to now have close to 200 undergraduate students and 10 graduate students including several PhDs. This year brought some changes to our program: With Dave Damery retiring (more on that below), I have taken […]