Welcome to Adam Kroll's Senior Thesis e-Studio





Date Announcement
05.08.08 Reflection and ABET assesment posted
04.27.08 Final presentation and videos posted
04.27.08 Research sources posted
04.16.08 Final presentation delivered
04.10.08 Final report posted
03.21.08 Lighting progress report 2 posted
03.05.08 Revised Proposal posted
02.17.08 Progress Report 1 posted
02.01.08 Finalized progress schedule posted
01.07.08 Adam's Lighting Portfolio posted
12.18.07 Proposal posted
12.03.07 Technical Assignment 3 posted
11.08.07 Website re-designed
11.02.07 Technical Assignment 2 posted
10.15.07 Building Statistics Part 2 posted
10.12.07 Thesis Abstracted posted
10.05.07 Technical Assignment 1 posted
10.05.07 Adam's biography posted
09.14.07 Building Statistics Part 1 posted
09.07.07 Initial website launched (template design)
08.30.07 Owner permission to begin work received


Other Resources:

Download Adam's Resume in PDF format

Download Adam's Lighting Portfolio in
PDF format (13 MB)
This electronic portfolio documents Adam Kroll's thesis work conducted at Pennsylvania State University's Architectural Engineering program during 2007 and 2008. The year-long project focuses on the building systems of New York Law School's New Community Facility in New York City.

This particular project primarily addresses the building's lighting and electrical systems. The existing designs are analyzed, and hypothetical changes and improvements are formulated.

About the Building:

The New Community Facility consolidates the functions of various existing New York Law School structures. The building will house a library, an auditorium, dining areas, student gathering areas, a roof terrace, classrooms, administrative offices, and a large multi-purpose space.

About CPEP:

The Capstone Project Electronic Portfolio (CPEP) is a web-based project and information center. It contains material produced for a year-long Senior Thesis class. Its purpose, in addition to providing central storage of individual assignments, is to foster communication and collaboration between student, faculty consultant, course instructors, and industry consultants. This website is dedicated to the research and analysis conducted via guidelines provided by the Penn State Department of Architectural Engineering.

Final Reflection:

Click here to see the final reflection and ABET assessment



This page was last updated on May 08, 2008, by Adam Kroll and is hosted by the Penn State AE Department 2007