October 15, 2020Read more
InnoRenew CoE successfully obtained funds for six bilateral scientific and research cooperation projects with the Nordic states. These two-year projects cover research areas important to the institute’s development and growth.
- “Understanding hygroscopic properties of wood through multiscale modelling” – led by Dr Veerapandian Ponnuchamy in collaboration with the Lithuanian Energy Institute
- “Comparison of sound field characterization methods” – led by Dr Rok Prislan in collaboration with the Technical University of Denmark
- “Combining indoor environmental quality with human movement science to improve school quality” – led by Dr Nejc Šarabon in collaboration with the Norwegian University of Life Sciences
- “Influence of doweled connection on the dynamic response of tall timber buildings” – led by Dr Iztok Šušteršič in collaboration with the Norwegian University of Science and Technology
- “Reducing occupant stress through improved indoor environmental quality and the use renewable materials indoors” – led by Dr Michael Burnard in collaboration with Natural Resources Institute Finland
- “Valorisation of hemp by-products for composite applications” – led by Dr David DeVallance in collaboration with Tallinn University of Technology
Visit InnoRenew CoE’s research page to learn more about the new projects.