The International Centre for Indoor Environment and Energy offers education for bachelor and master students in basic heating, ventilating and air conditioning, fluid mechanics, and moulds in buildings as well as advanced training in indoor climate and ventilation of buildings. Currently, the curriculum comprises:
41721 Ventilation and Climatic Systems
41722 Indoor Climate
41815 Heating, Cooling and Air Conditioning
41814 Heat Transfer
27552 Moulds in buildings and indoor climate
41822 Experimental Methods in Fluid Mechanics
41841 Programming and automation
In addition, special courses (5 - 15 ECTS) may be defined with the Centre staff.
The Centre's mid-term and master projects are most often connected with or conducted as part of the ongoing research projects, although further projects may be formulated according to individual interests of students and the Centre's research plans. Some of the ongoing projects are listed below.
Education of new researchers is highly prioritised, and the doctoral students are responsible for a substantial part of the research work conducted within the Centre. Titles of current Ph.D.- projects are shown below.
Development of a model to estimate the economical consequences of poor indoor climate
Effects of plasticizers on health and comfort
People’s Behaviour Regarding Control of the Indoor Environment
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Thermal comfort under non-steady conditions
Additional information on education offered by the Centre may be obtained from staff members.