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The SUSTAIN laboratory has now arrived on the web.

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We have been busy bringing systems on line to enable our research and as you may have seen recently, we have been featured on the Weather Channel, Al-Jazeera, Reuters, Associated Press and Network affiliates CBS-4 in Miami, and Fox in Tampa. This level of media coverage meant that it was time to provide an up-to-date information resource. As we push forward to expand our capabilities and competence in the incredible SUSTAIN facility, we will provide the latest information on this site. Look here for weekly updates, such as the filming taking place today by the Discovery Channel Daily planet series and our ongoing observation of spray generation processes.

Dr. Brian Haus

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  • Ed Robin BSEE 1957 | Feb 23, 2016 at 5:14 pm

    Dr. Haus.
    I am a UM graduate in Electrical Engineering. At the Engineering School Home Coming Breakfast in November last year I assembled a small group of interested faculty and students to form the Sustainability at UM team. The team has members from alumni, faculty, students and administration. One of the projects I have proposed is a Sustainability Analytics Center which is based on my work in the Mid-Hudson Valley and the NY State Energy Research and Development Authority. After retiring from IBM and KPMG Peat Marwick Management Consultants, I formed Croton Energy Group (a certified Solar Installer) and now a spin-off company, Sustainability Analytics Corporation to work in Sustainability areas of data governance and analytics in the major areas of Sustainability: Energy, Water, Waste, Land Use/agricluture, Transportation and economic developmednt.

    From what I read on your website about the Alfred G Glass Sustain Laboratory and your projects I have several questions concerning the archiving of your data from your projects, the degree that advanced analytics such as Watson, AI, BI and other computer techniques are used. In addition do you shared this data with Miami Dade Green Think Project and the South Florida Climate Change Compact.

    In any event I believe someone from the Sustain laboratory should be on this inter disciplinary team to be knowledgeable of proposed Sustainability projects, grant applications as well as to contribute as consultants as appropriate.

    Your thoughts,

    • bhaus | May 25, 2016 at 2:32 pm

      Ed,
      Sorry I hadnt responded earlier. I’d be interested in discussing the Sustainability initiative with you.
      Best regards,
      Brian

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