AEI Student Design Competition
The AEI Student Design Competition was established in 2010 as an annual event, specifically for the architectural engineering programs to highlight and showcase the value of collaboration, competition, and peer review, all of which are important in the development of designs in the professional world.
Jonathan U. Dougherty, Ph.D., Director, Corporate Knowledge, James G. Davis Construction Corporation
- Leffi Cewe-Malloy, University of Southern Mississippi
- Anton Harfmann, R.A, University of Cincinnati
- Simi Hoque, Ph.D., P.E., LEED A.P., Drexel University
- Ryan Solnosky, The Pennsylvania State University
- Josh Szmergalski, Computerized Structural Design
- Clarence Waters, Ph.D., P.E., University of Nebraska, Lincoln
- Geoffrey Wright, EI, Affiliated Engineers, Inc.
Architectural Engineering Institute
The Architectural Engineering Institute (AEI) was created by The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) in 1998 to be the professional home of architectural engineers and to address the needs of the architectural engineering profession. The mission of AEI is “to serve the building community by promoting an integrated, multi-disciplinary approach to planning, design, construction, and operation of buildings and by encouraging excellence in practice, education, and research of architectural engineering.” AEI is the home for all professionals in the building industry. AEI provides a multi-disciplinary national forum for members of, but not limited to, the architectural engineering, structural, mechanical, electrical, and architectural communities.
Since students are expected to be the next generation of members, supporting student activities is of strategic importance for the future of AEI. AEI has supported existing student chapters and encouraged the creation of new ones at Institutions offering Architectural Engineering programs. Since student membership is free, the AEI student membership represents the majority of the student population of the architectural engineering programs.
For more information, please visit the AEI homepage.