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Editor - Dale Clifford | Carnegie Mellon University | 5851
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Dale Clifford

Dale Clifford
Dr. Dale Clifford
Assistant Professor
Carnegie Mellon University
USA
Tel: 412 268 7626  
Carnegie Mellon University

Biography

At Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Arizona, Clifford has initiated coursework and research programs to develop building technologies based on regional building practices, advances in materials science and biomimetics. The vehicle for Clifford’s research is prototyping, and includes full-scale demonstration projects to field-test transitional building technologies that promote the sustainable and sensorial integration of the built and natural environments. He is a founding member of the UA Emerging Materials Technology Graduate Program and the CMU Bio_Logic Research Group and is a Research Associate at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History. Clifford has worked on grants and contracts to forward applications of Collaborative design research with BuroHappold, IDEO, DARPA, DOE, MIT, NASA and Carnegie Mellon University.

Research Interest

To develop building technologies based on regional building practices, advances in materials science and biomimetics. The vehicle for Clifford’s research is prototyping, and includes full-scale demonstration projects to field-test transitional building technologies that promote the sustainable and sensorial integration of the built and natural environments.

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