01 Feb Virginia Tech architecture professor, students reduce structural vibrations with simple, groundbreaking device

A revolutionary portable device invented by Virginia Tech Professor of Architecture Mehdi Setareh with help from students promises to make structural vibration-reducing technology universally accessible. The PTMD – or portable tuned mass damper – significantly improves on existing technology by making it more compact, affordable, simple...

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11 Nov Diversity Scholar Aims to Improve Interaction between Domestic and International Students with Exhibition

  [caption id="attachment_3948" align="alignleft" width="208"] Shabnam Kavousi[/caption] Virginia Tech graduate student Shabnam Kavousi presented An Exhibition on Cultures from Monday, November 10 to Thursday, November 12 in the Art + Architecture Library in Cowgill Hall. Kavousi, a Ph.D. candidate in the Architecture and Design Research Program in the...

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