UT Expert: Edgar Stach
Edgar Stach focuses on materials, technology and sustainability, which is supported through a mode of working that combines practice, teaching and research. His current research centers architecture technologies using new materials and construction methods. He is the founder of UT on Zero and director of the Institute for Smart Structures (ISS). He is the principal investigator for UT’s 2011 Solar Decathlon project, Living Light. In 2009, he received the Cox Professorship award from UT for excellence in teaching and scholarship.
He published over 45 scientific papers and technical publications and lectured at universities in Europe, Asia and North America. He is a licensed architect in Germany and established his architecture practice in 1995 in Weimar, Germany. His submitted work focuses on efficiency, ecological sensitivity and responsibility and reflects his concern for the built environment. He has received national and international design awards and recognition for his accomplishments in this area.
Expertise Categories: Architecture | Ecological Sensitivity | Efficiency | Sustainability