Building/District

energy-buildings Buildings account for about 1/3 of energy use and emissions internationally, and this share is rising as people demand larger, more comfortable buildings in both developed and developing countries. Improving energy efficiency in buildings is usually very cost-effective, but significant potential remains to save energy in most buildings. Policies such as building energy codes have a proven track record in making new buildings more efficient. In HMCS, focus is given on both investigating innovative materials/structural elements for buildings and modelling the energy performance of a test cell or a real-scale building.

Permanent Stuff

Research Associate
Mech.Eng., PhD

Post-docs

Postdoctoral Researcher
Mech.Eng., MSc, PhD
Postdoctoral Researcher
Mech.Eng., PhD

PhD Candidates

PhD Candidate
Mech.Eng., MSc

External Associates

Postdoctoral Researcher
Mech.Eng., MSc, PhD
Postdoctoral Researcher
Mech.Eng., PhD
Materials Experimental investigation of Phase Change Materials
VIP
Materials in high temperatures
Modelling Simulation of energy performance of a building or district
Occupancy Profiles/HVAC/RES