Faculty associated with CERES have engaged in research ranging in scale from community planning to materials technology. The primary emphasis of the CERES research is the interrelation of disciplines in energy-related methods of analysis, performance evaluation, and decision-making.
CERES contracts with public agencies, businesses, and private foundations to develop new avenues of application for extant technologies. CERES is also committed to deriving new knowledge bases by means of physical experiments, computer modeling/simulations, and case studies.
Below is a list of our research projects:
MRT, Human Comfort and Passive Solar Buildings Alfredo Fernández-González, CERES Test Cell Scale and Passive Solar System Simulation Alfredo Fernández-González, CERES CERES Building Diagnostics Program Robert Koester, CERES CERES Fellows Program Robert Koester, CERES Wayne Trace High School Day Lighting Design Study Robert Fisher, CERES Shelby County GIS Development and Implementation David Schoen, Urban and Regional Planning Axis Architecture + Interiors Robert Koester, CERES Indiana Gas Celebration Home Robert Koester, CERES Stella Software Modeling David Ferguson, Landscape Architecture Atrium Home Study Robert Fisher, CERES "Marketing Ways to Grow," Connecting Producers to Marketplace David Ferguson, Landscape ArchitectureConnecting Biomass Producers & Users: Bioenergy Crops on Marginal Lands in Indiana Dr. Hugh Brown, Natural Resources and Environmental Management Dr. James Eflin, Natural Resources and Environmental Management David Ferguson, Landscape Architecture Dr. John Vann, Marketing Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development David Ferguson, Landscape Architecture
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