School of Architecture and Built Environment

Award to Prof. Yifang Ban

On July 6, the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) presented an award to Prof. Yifang Ban 'in appreciation and recognition of the outstanding contribution to the success and achievements of the MOST/ESA Dragon 3 Cooperation 2012-2016’ at the Dragon 3 Final Symposium and Dragon 4 Kick-Off in Wuhan, China.
Yifang Ban profile

Best Poster Award to Dr. Jan Haas

Dr. Jan Haas, a research scientist at the Division of Geoinformatics received the Best Poster Award on July 6 for his poster entitled ‘Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Urban Ecosystem Services with Sentinel-2A MSI Data’ at the Dragon 3 Final Symposium and Dragon 4 Kick-Off in Wuhan, China.
Jan Haas Profile

Retail crime: International evidence and prevention


International seminar on the dynamics of crimes typical in retail and shopping centres.

Retail crime: International evidence and prevention, 15th September 2016

New doctor

Road disasters?

Better understanding of Swedish road network makes it possible to predict roads at risk of flooding.

Road disasters?

New Doctor

How do weather affect transport planning?

The weather will play an increasing role in the way we travel, says Chengxi Liu.

How do weather affect transport planning?

Blog on Sustainable Built Environment

Read the  blog for the KTH Centre for a Sustainable Built Environment. The blog will profile innovative research fields emerging at the university that have the potential to provide radically new approaches to the built environment. It  provides bite-sized updates on new research frontiers on a regular basis with video and interviews.

Centre for a Sustaianable Built Environment blog

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