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Patricia Kusumah

Patricia Kusumah

Architecture

Placement: LBNL - Evaluate pathways to zero-net energy buildings in cities
Berkeley, California


With her background as a rising 3rd-year Architecture student at UC Berkeley and her double minor in City and Regional Planning and Sustainable Design, Patricia aims to use architecture and design to address contemporary issues relating to climate change and urbanism. Prior to participating her research internship on zero-net-energy building at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, she interned in Indonesia to work on low-cost housing developments for low-income households that are impacted by Jakarta's rapid urbanization. Patricia spends her spare time playing badminton, sketching cityscapes, and exploring new architecture software.






BLOGS


03 Aug

Blog #5: Final Results

Hi everyone! Thanks for keeping up with my blog post progress from the beginning up until now! This is going to be my last post with the Cal Energy Corps since I have finished my summer internship program.

 

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19 Jul

Blog #4: Upgrade!

Hi everyone! Welcome back to my blog! Because my internship is nearing to an end, the last two weeks went by faster than any other week due to the amount of work I had to finish.

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05 Jul

Blog #3: More and More Simulations

Hi again everyone!

I can’t believe that today’s blog is already about week 5 and week 6 of my internship, which means it has been more than half of my internship period!

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06 Jun

Blog #1: New Project, New Skills

Hi everyone! After much anticipation, I finally started my internship at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) last week. Now, I’m excited to share my experience during these two weeks! 

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19 May

[Introduction] Week 0!

Hi everyone, my name is Patricia Kusumah! I’m a rising junior majoring in Architecture with a double minor in Sustainable Design and City & Regional Planning at the College of Environmental Design (CED).

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