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    The new virtual testbeds that are now being planned within Dig-IT Lab – including an overall "Testbed Xn" – will support research and development in areas such as optimization, operations, business models, organization, sustainability and circularity. Ethical considerations, legal compliance and lifelong learning are other important areas.
    Dig-IT Lab – New competence centre accelerating digitalization in the construction industry
    13 Sep 2023

    Dig-IT Lab is a new Vinnova-funded competence centre at KTH, aiming at reducing the environmental impact of buildings through digitalization. The centre will promote collaboration as well as accelerat...

  • Embodied carbon savings of co-living and implications for metrics
    17 Aug 2023

    A study conducted by Tove Malmqvist and Johanna Brismark in collaboration with KTH Live-In Lab, Co-Kitchen, and Max4lax explores the potential embodied carbon savings associated with co-living design.

  • Researcher at KTH Live-In Lab
    KTH Live-In Lab Annual Report 2022
    22 Jun 2023

    2022 was a year of collaboration, evolution and learning for KTH Live-In Lab. Read more about our work and our new projects in the Annual Report for 2022.

  • Final Report CoKitchen
    5 May 2023

    CoKitchen is a research project that investigated shared housing for students and has now completed its final report. The results can contribute to sustainable forms of housing and guide the design me...

  • Debate: "Distance and hand hygiene alone are not enough"
    29 Apr 2023

    An opinion piece published in Fastighetstidningen entitled "Distance and hand hygiene alone are not enough" makes the case for indoor air quality.

  • COVID-19 guidance for the Swedish construction and real estate sectors – results from a survey study
    29 Apr 2023

    New survey provides guidance for the construction and real estate sector. Results from the study show an imbalance of guidance during the pandemic.

  • HYSTORE on Thermal Energy Storage Design and Optimization with Heat Pumps at Real Building-Scale
    24 Apr 2023

    Researchers from Civil and Architectural Engineering (BYV, ABE school), Energy Technology (EGI, ITM school) and KTH Live-in-Lab (LIL, ITM school) join forces in a new Horizon project HYSTORE, for find...

  • Linda Lundmark
    Linda Lundmark, industrial doctoral student from the battery manufacturer Northvolt, tests a battery system for green electricity to student housing on KTH's Campus. (Photo: Christer Gummeson)
    Giant battery maxes out solar energy
    19 Apr 2023

    Being able to store energy from renewable sources, such as solar and wind, is crucial for the green transition. But how is it done in practice? In a pilot project for housing on KTH's campus, a system...

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