Indoor-Air Quality Implications of 222RN from Lunar Regolith
François Lévy, M. Arch, MSE born in Paris, France and raised in the United States, Lévy received his bachelor of arts in liberal arts (philosophy, mathematics, and classics) from St. John’s College in Santa Fe, New Mexico and received his Master of Architecture degree from the School of Architecture at The University of Texas at Austin. He has subsequently been an adjunct lecturer at the School of Architecture. He was also a board member of American Youthworks (a service learning organization serving at-risk youth) for five years, where he was involved in affordable housing programs. In architectural practice, he has worked on a variety of projects, including single-family residences, a new subway line for the Paris Métro, and an industrial plant in the U.K. In 2006 he enrolled at UT’s College of Engineering, where he is pursuing an MS in architectural engineering, with an emphasis on sustainability and (informally) design for extreme environments. He has a lifelong passion for space exploration, and is honored to be able to contribute to the field, however modestly.