USC Architecture Professor Doris Sung: Smarter Building Materials

24 Jan

Today I completed a video (click HERE to view) for USC’s media relations department. The short piece highlights architecture professor Doris Sung’s research in thermobimetal and its application as a “green” building material. When subjected to heat, thermobimetal curls and can therefore serve as a sun-sensitive window shade that moves on its own. A real world example of thermobimetal in action is now on view at the Materials and Applications exhibit space in Silver Lake, Los Angeles. The video will be used by USC’s media relations department to pitch professor Sung’s research as a news story to major media outlets around the country.

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One Response to “USC Architecture Professor Doris Sung: Smarter Building Materials”

  1. A. Shorr January 25, 2012 at 12:56 PM #

    Nice video on a very cool technology… and no, I didn’t intend that pun!

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