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EEAST was developed by the Sustainability Engineering Lab at the University of Toledo. EEAST's conceptual and calculational framework was first developed by Chirjiv Anand. EEAST was developed and coded by Hannah Schlachter. More recently, as part of our effort in competing in the USGBC's Phase II Research to Practice Program, further developments of EEAST were added by Robert Phillips and Jay Devkota.


Name
Contribution
Years
Defne Apul, PhD, PE
Project PI
2009-present
Chirjiv Anand
Developed calculational framework of EEAST
2009-present
Hannah Schlachter
Developed and coded EEAST
2009-2011
Robert Phillips
Added LEED component, Youtube, Prezi, Manual, improved calculations
2012
Jay Devkota
Added Youtube, Prezi
2012

Funding

EEAST was initially partially funded by the Water Resources Center of Ohio and the Lake Erie Protection Fund. More recently, further EEAST development and its alignment with LEED took place as the University of Toledo student team competed in Phase II of USGBC's Research to Practice Program.