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Co-founder Kasper Guldager, Home.Earth, Science Manager Pernille Berg, Blox, and Professor Morten Birkved, University of Southern Denmark, discussed the circular economy concept, its opportunities and challenges, and what it takes to accelerate sustainability in construction. (Photo: Maja Skovgaard)
20 SEP

297 presentations of the latest knowledge on sustainable, healthy and sustainable...

At the end of August, DTU gathered 365 researchers and professionals from 45 countries for the International Building Physics Conference 2021 to share knowledge on how...

Life cycle analysis CO2 separation and CO2 storage Climate adaptation Construction materials Building design Building construction Indoor climate Energy efficiency Energy systems Solar energy
IBPC 2021 will take place in DTU's most beautiful auditorium, building 116, which has gone through an extensive renovation with focus on indoor environment, light and acoustics to support a modern learning environment. Photo: KONTRAFRAME
21 MAY

The world's largest building physics conference is coming to Denmark

Technical University of Denmark will host the International Building Physics Conference 25-27 August 2021. The conference takes place both on-site and online and is a...

Energy production Energy systems Solar energy Construction materials Building design Building construction Indoor climate CO2 separation and CO2 storage Climate adaptation
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13 APR

Test to document quality of reused building components

Research project will develop methods for testing the quality of concrete, steel, and wood, thus allowing greater reuse of building components and reducing the climate...

Construction materials Construction and mechanics Climate adaptation Waste management
20 MAY

Urban planning in the Arctic – how to plan for the extreme?

PhD student Jennifer Fiebig researches in urban planning in the Arctic by examining snowdrift – through fieldwork and with substitute materials in the laboratory. The goal...

Building design Building construction Construction materials Polar research Climate adaptation
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01 FEB

Earth’s permafrost is sweating

Globally, the temperature of permafrost on Earth has risen 0.3 degrees Celsius in the last decade; and the temperature keeps rising, shows the first comprehensive study...

Geology Mapping and surveying Climate change Coasts and harbours Climate adaptation

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