Building Physics and Services

The Building Physics and Services Master track covers a wide range of interdisciplinary research topics connected to building physics and building services. The aim is to acquire new knowledge and integrate and develop design methods that lead to a sustainable, healthy, comfortable and productive indoor and outdoor environment. The focus of attention is on physical aspects and processes such as heat and mass transfer in building constructions, indoor air quality, lighting, acoustics, heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and materials. See the chairs of the research program for more detailed information about the research topics. 

Visit the education guide to get an overview of the courses in the program. 

BPS has a well equipped laboratory and qualified technical staff. Research is carried out in the laboratory as well in situ. The basic facilities allow for a wide range of experiments in all the aspects of building mentioned. The computing power laboratory also provides advanced simulation software like Fluent, ESP-r, Dirac, Radiance and COMSOL.