Prof Meggers teaches and guest lectures in several courses at Princeton on topics of energy and environment related to buildings and sustainability.

Currently he teaches

  • Fall: ARC 521 “Elemental Building Function” graduate seminar in the architecture school exploring the guts of building systems through high level experimentation, simulation, and prototyping for immersive understanding of air, energy (fire), materials (earth), and systems (water).
  • Spring: ENE 202 “Designing Sustainable Systems” STL undergrad course teaching critical environmental science and engineering in conjunction with applied Internet of Things labs to learn some open ended problem solving, measurement science, and systems design.
  • Fall/Spring PhD proseminar on research methods for setting up literature reviews and carrying out independent experimental work.
  • Lectures in MAE 228, MAE 328 and others.

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Research team led by Prof Forrest Meggers, faculty jointly appointed in the School of Architecture and the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment.