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The current issue (06/2023) of "Stadt+Grün" features a detailed article on the research project Densification in the context of climate change.

Researchers from our institute, together with the University of Applied Sciences Stuttgart, attended the Sustainable Built Environments (SBE) Conference in Thessaloniki from March 22 to March 25, 2023. The SBE is an important event that deals with the latest developments in sustainable building and…

The Technical University of Munich (TUM) has anchored the topic of Sustainability in university leadership to ensure robust realization of its Sustainable Futures Strategy. Werner Lang, TUM Professor of Energy Efficient and Sustainable Design and Building, is the new TUM Vice President Sustainable…

Two teams from the master's program in Resource Efficient and Sustainable Building (RNB) at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) took first and second place in the final round of the STUDENTS I DESIGN I FUTURE competition organized by the BAKA Bundesverband Altbauerneuerung e.V. (Federal…

This exhibition will present the students' vision of achieving sustainable development that provides quality of life for all and a positive ecological footprint.

Researchers from the Institute of Energy Efficient and Sustainable Design and Building gave lectures on life cycle analysis, life cycle costs and sustainable energy supply concepts as part of the TUM certificate program "Ecological Building".

The new research project "NEBourhoods" seeks to develop a sustainable, urban vision for Neuperlach, Munich.

TUM Sustainability Award by the Vice President for Research, Prof. Dr. Gerhard Kramer in recognition of outstanding research work in the field of energy-efficient construction and the implementation of closed material cycles (source: TUM certificate).

A paper on blue-green infrastructure planning with attention to local water balance and the influence of climate change and seasonality was published in the conference proceedings of Aqua Urbanica 2022.

In the current issue (10/2022) of "Stadt+Grün”, an article on the project scientific accompanying research: “Climate friendly building – model project” was published.