Research group (RG) - Sustainable energy in the urbanized environment

The Sustainable Energy in the Built Environment (SEBERG) at Kaunas University of Technology, engages with the state-of-the-art research regarding sustainable energy resources and building physics. SEBERG activities include research in the fields of experimental and computational building physics, as well as in sustainable energy technologies
laboratory and consulting services.
The scientific topics of the group include research in the field of indoor air quality, sustainable energy systems, sustainability management, whole building energy assessment and environmental geomatics.

The group exploits state of the art techniques for the design and assessment of novel technologies including building information modeling, advanced numerical models and life cycle assessment.

The group is equiped with state of the art infrastructure including a micro-climatic chamber, test facilities for sustainable energy technologies and equipment for field and lab scale measurements.

Research priority areas

Technologies for Sustainable Development and Energy

New High Technology Materials

Smart Enviroments and Information Technologies

Smart Specialization areas and priorities  Energy and sustainable environment;
New production processes, materials and technologies;
 

Researchers

Paris Fokaides

Principal Researcher of RG "Sustainable Energy in the Urbanized Environment"

phone: +35799 793207
e-mail: paris.fokaides@ktu.lt

 

Research projects

 

Research services

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