Projects at KTH Live-In Lab

Research and development projects at KTH Live-In Lab can last from a couple of weeks to years depending on the setup. Please contact us if you are interested in a specific project.

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ventilation

Cost- and Energy-Efficient Control Systems for Buildings

This project exploits high resolution data gathered in KTH Live-in Lab research testbeds through an advanced, modular and flexible monitoring set-up capable to acquire real-time data on indoor environmental quality and the involved energy flows including ground source heat pumps, photovoltaic panels, ventilation.

Cooling system illustration

Efficient integration of energy active envelop (EAE) with low-temperature heating and high-temperature cooling

This project will investigate the technical possibilities and demonstrations of combining low-temperature heating (LTH) and high-temperature cooling (HTC) systems with energy active envelopes (EAE).

Borehole measurement device

Improved Borehole Technology for the Development of Geothermal Heating Systems

Boreholes with fiber optic measuring equipment makes it possible to evaluate thermal performance for boreholes of different lengths within the same borehole field.

USB-C for Energy-Smart Buildings

Ochno is developing a platform for simplified integration of USB C sockets in buildings, measurement of electricity distribution and control of connected devices.

Exterior building

Efficient Kitchen Ventilation with Energy Recovery

KTH and Tovenco develops more efficient ventilation in apartments through a kitchen hood that increases energy recovery.

graphic showing research strukture

Service layer design for pro-environmental behavior in the built environment

The project aims to use data analysis to design new human-centric services in smart buildings based on the users' needs and experiences.

Exterior testbed houses

Comparative Spill-Over And Degradation Effects Of Nudges And Boosts

In a long-term randomized field experiment, two methods are compared which aim to change household energy and consumption behavior.

waterpipes hallway testbed KTH

Sustainability and equality of water and energy systems

The projects long-term aim is to ensure a safe transition toward a low-carbon society, with focus on water, heat and housing, such that we avoid large-scale disruption of these critical services and unintended effects of social injustice.

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Last changed: Apr 14, 2020