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Architecture - Research Management - 11.04.2024
Computers heat buildings
Computers heat buildings
Zero heat waste: This is the goal of a dozen European companies and research institutions, including Empa, in the Horizon Europe project HEATWISE.

Innovation - Architecture - 10.04.2024
Jessica Granderson to Lead Berkeley Lab’s Building Technology and Urban Systems Division

Architecture - 09.04.2024
Expert insight: Single mothers need more subsidized housing in Canada
Expert insight: Single mothers need more subsidized housing in Canada
Living in subsidized housing is associated with significant reductions in housing affordability issues Like many countries, Canada is currently facing a housing affordability crisis.

Architecture - Campus - 03.04.2024
Students Engage with Larimer Neighborhood in Alternative to Spring Break

Architecture - Materials Science - 02.04.2024
Programming functional fabrics
Programming functional fabrics

Architecture - 22.03.2024
TUM's Architecture Museum cooperates with the cultural portal bavarikon
TUM’s Architecture Museum cooperates with the cultural portal bavarikon

Environment - Architecture - 21.03.2024
Website shows the benefits of the forest with many examples
Website shows the benefits of the forest with many examples
The forest is more than just a collection of trees. This is impressively demonstrated by the www.waldnutzen.ch website developed in Central Switzerland.

Environment - Architecture - 21.03.2024
Making construction sustainable by reusing materials
Making construction sustainable by reusing materials
One way to lighten the construction industry's heavy carbon footprint is to reuse existing materials - an approach being explored by numerous researchers.

Architecture - Environment - 19.03.2024
On the way to net zero in the building sector
In the fight against climate change, Switzerland has committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050 as part of the Paris Climate Agreement.

Architecture - Art and Design - 12.03.2024
'My aim is to give students a sense of how multifaceted the world is.'
’My aim is to give students a sense of how multifaceted the world is.’

Campus - Architecture - 12.03.2024
Mind the Gap Awards 2023 - Honouring Diversity in Practice
Mind the Gap Awards 2023 - Honouring Diversity in Practice

Environment - Architecture - 11.03.2024
Bigger home designs wipe out energy efficiency
New Australian homes are being designed bigger and so require more energy for heating and cooling, wiping out potential gains in energy efficiency, according to new research co-authored by Associate Professor Emma Heffernan from the School of Architecture, Design and Planning. The increasing energy demand is inconsistent with global efforts to tackle climate change and suggests Australia's housing energy policy requires a radical rethink.

Architecture - 28.02.2024
U-M expert shares ideas to ease housing crisis with federal officials in Washington

Architecture - Environment - 26.02.2024
Urban planning: Expanding the frontier for city schools
Urban planner and researcher Juan Torres shares his passion for visionary school design and more inclusive, sustainable communities.

History / Archeology - Architecture - 22.02.2024
The renovation of the roofs of the University Church of the Annunciation enters its final phase.
The renovation of the roofs of the University Church of the Annunciation enters its final phase.

Architecture - 21.02.2024
Novel Architecture for Keyword-Spotting (KWS) In Always-On, Voice-Activated Edge-AI Systems
CEA-Leti Develops Novel Architecture for Keyword-Spotting (KWS) In Always-On, Voice-Activated Edge-AI Systems -ISSCC 2024 Presentation Reports Accurate Speech Recognitio a t Power Consumption Below On

Architecture - 12.02.2024
MyCampus is now live: A new way to report issues in UCL's buildings
MyCampus is now live: A new way to report issues in UCL’s buildings
The MyCampus system is now live. Staff and students should use MyCampus to report maintenance issues and track progress in most UCL buildings - read on to find out more.

Architecture - 05.02.2024
Supporting students who are homeless or are at risk of homelessness
Supporting students who are homeless or are at risk of homelessness
If you are an enrolled student and are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, support is available to help you find somewhere to live.

Architecture - 02.02.2024
New system for reporting issues in UCL's buildings to be launched
New system for reporting issues in UCL’s buildings to be launched

Architecture - Environment - 01.02.2024
Midday sun at the touch of a button
Midday sun at the touch of a button
At ETH Zurich, there is a room where the sun shines at the touch of a button; one hour it's noon in the Sahara, the next it's January in Berlin. Researchers use it to test newly developed building systems, components and materials. How well does the new building material protect against the midday heat in Marrakesh? How must a new façade be printed so that it's not too cold in the Berlin winter and not too hot in the summer? researchers can now simulate this one-to-one in the Zero Carbon Building Systems Lab, a silvery grey building on the Hönggerberg hill.

Architecture - History / Archeology - 01.02.2024
New professor for the history of building culture
New professor for the history of building culture

Architecture - 01.02.2024
UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence International Advisory Board to address global housing challenges
UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence International Advisory Board to address global housing challenges

Architecture - Environment - 26.01.2024
How ETH knowledge and local expertise are helping the reconstruction of Ukraine
How ETH knowledge and local expertise are helping the reconstruction of Ukraine
Two years ago, Russia launched its war of aggression against Ukraine. One direct consequence of the conflict is the destruction of buildings and infrastructure.

Architecture - 25.01.2024
Flawed foreign ownership narratives drove 'housing nationalism' in Canada
Flawed foreign ownership narratives drove ’housing nationalism’ in Canada
The number of B.C. homes owned by people who live outside of Canada is less than half the number of homes that B.C. residents own abroad.

History / Archeology - Architecture - 24.01.2024
’Quale Gotico per Milano?’ the book presentation at Swiss Institute Milan

Computer Science - Architecture - 03.01.2024
Building technology that empowers city residents
Building technology that empowers city residents
Kwesi Afrifa, a senior majoring in urban planning and computer science, wants to create cultural hubs that are inviting to everyone. Kwesi Afrifa came to MIT from his hometown of Accra, Ghana, in 2020 to pursue an interdisciplinary major in urban planning and computer science. Growing up amid the many moving parts of a large, densely populated city, he had often observed aspects of urban life that could be made more efficient.

Environment - Architecture - 02.01.2024
Climate action, here and now
Climate action, here and now
Associate Professor David Hsu examines how people and cities can fight climate change locally - and how MIT can do the same.

Architecture - Art and Design - 22.12.2023
Carlo Ratti named curator of 2025 Venice Biennale Architecture Exhibition

Economics - Architecture - 13.12.2023
Leo Looser: engineer with entrepreneurial blood

Architecture - 11.12.2023
Survey asks Calgarians what they think about Airbnb in their community
Survey asks Calgarians what they think about Airbnb in their community

Environment - Architecture - 07.12.2023
What will the Grande Dixence region look like 200 years from now?

Campus - Architecture - 07.12.2023
Ghent University students help build circular pavilions at Tech Lane Ghent
Ghent University students help build circular pavilions at Tech Lane Ghent

Architecture - Campus - 04.12.2023
HSLU researches the perfect house
HSLU researches the perfect house
The generous donation from HSLU alumnus Leo Looser to the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts Foundation enables the Department of Engineering & Architecture to research the "perfect house" of the future.

Architecture - Innovation - 23.11.2023
TU Delft unveils earthquake-resistant house
TU Delft unveils earthquake-resistant house

Architecture - 23.11.2023
’Know Your Landlord’
New initiative to empower renters amid the housing crisis Urbanism researchers at the School of Architecture, Design and Planning have launched a creative project, "Know Your Landlord", an operational

Architecture - Civil Engineering - 20.11.2023
6th Swiss Building Forum: Sustainable building - Sustainable real estate
6th Swiss Building Forum: Sustainable building - Sustainable real estate
"Building under changing conditions" was the focus of the 6th Swiss Building Forum on Wednesday, November 15, 2023, at the Suurstoffi in Rotkreuz.

Architecture - 14.11.2023
Experts in urban planning, law and housing debate at the University of Valencia about land uses for a better city

Campus - Architecture - 09.11.2023
ITC Langezijds building awarded School Building of the Year 2023

Architecture - 06.11.2023
Reporting building issues: New system launched in six UCL buildings
Reporting building issues: New system launched in six UCL buildings
The MyCampus system pilot is now live in six buildings, ahead of being rolled out across UCL. Staff and students can report maintenance issues, track progress and feed back on how the system is working. What do I need to know?   MyCampus is an integrated workplace management system (IWMS), of the type used by many large organisations, which provides a single source of truth for all Estates data to inform decision-making on the operational requirements of UCL's estate.

Art and Design - Architecture - 25.10.2023
How do we remember? Let us count the ways

Architecture - 23.10.2023
New Blog Sheds Light on Challenges in Delivering Modular Housing to Tackle the UK Housing Crisis
New Blog Sheds Light on Challenges in Delivering Modular Housing to Tackle the UK Housing Crisis

Environment - Architecture - 20.10.2023
Bath's Net Zero Carbon planning policy likely to drive more efficient buildings and cut energy bills
Bath’s Net Zero Carbon planning policy likely to drive more efficient buildings and cut energy bills
University of Bath researchers have analysed the first six months of a new net zero carbon planning policy in Bath & North East Somerset Published on Friday 20 October 2023 Last updated on Tuesday 24 October 2023 The UK's first Net Zero Carbon planning policy is likely to establish significant carbon savings in new buildings and reduce energy bills for occupants, a study has found.

Architecture - Campus - 20.10.2023
Building on an enduring bond

Architecture - Event - 18.10.2023
Dillon Kombumerri awarded honorary doctorate

Architecture - Environment - 18.10.2023
New, sustainable structures installed at three iconic sites in Geneva
New, sustainable structures installed at three iconic sites in Geneva

Architecture - 16.10.2023
Billions of birds collide with glass buildings - but architecture has solutions
Billions of birds collide with glass buildings - but architecture has solutions

Campus - Architecture - 11.10.2023
Making waves in the world of amphibious architecture

Architecture - Social Sciences - 04.10.2023
In search of spatial justice
In search of spatial justice

Architecture - Health - 04.10.2023
Building more social and affordable housing could save UK government £1.5 billion a year
Building more social and affordable housing could save UK government £1.5 billion a year

Health - Architecture - 02.10.2023
'Architecture can reduce stress'
’Architecture can reduce stress’
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