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Research

The IBO's research is primarily oriented towards results and implementation: IBO research should encourage the dissemination of independent information, substantiated comparisons, decision-making aids as well as make tools available. Research activities cover all areas of sustainable construction. The scientific approach makes it easier to identify which measures improve construction. Research at the IBO focuses on quantitative and qualitative assessment that can be applied in practice.

Research projects


ResearchComfort
Measurements & MonitoringInterior

DyNaBe - Dynamic and sustainable comfort

Dynamic comfort models not only improve the forecasting accuracy of the standard models currently used in practice, but also offer the possibility of…


ResearchLifecycle assessments and lifecycle costs
Measurements & MonitoringInteriorCircular economy

RE-FORM earth
Clay construction for the building revolution

Considering the ecological and social impacts as well as the immense amount of materials used in the building sector, it is evident that there is a…


ResearchMoisture and mould damage
Indoor air qualityMeasurements & MonitoringInterior

Next Generation Sequencing

Das Projekt NGS (Next Generation Sequencing) beschäftigt sich mit der Entwicklung von neuartigen Methoden der DNA (Nukleinsäure) Analytik.…


ResearchMeasurements & Monitoring
Interior

Dust analyses of indoor air

While much attention has been paid to outdoor dust pollution in recent years, it is not on the list of factors influencing health indoors. Depending…


ResearchIndoor air quality
ComfortMeasurements & MonitoringInteriorColor & Lighting

IASca – Indoor Air Scavenger

The main aim of this project is to improve indoor air quality with the means of scavenger-materials that are able to absorb and bind various…

New Scientific Publications

Dolezal F., Dobra T., Zelger T., Neumann M. Evaluation of the Effect of Biogenic Carbon in Wooden Building Products on Climate Change by Dynamic Modelling Society of Wood Science andTechnology International Convention. Portoroz 2024.

Reichenauer A., Kumer N., Dolezal F.: A novel vibration sensing device for measuring flanking transmission in mass timber buildings. Society of Wood Science andTechnology International Convention. Portoroz 2024.

Primožič L., Dolezal F., Prislan R., Kutnar A.: What type of social media posts about sustainable construction is better for audience engagement? Open Res Europe 2024, 4:24 https://doi.org/10.12688/openreseurope.17079.2

Dolezal F., Reichenauer A., Wilfling A., Neusser M., Prislan R.: Recording, Processing, and Reproduction of Vibrations Produced by Impact Noise Sources in Buildings. Acoustics 2024, 6, 97–113. https://doi.org/10.3390/acoustics6010006

Dolezal F., Fellner M., Neusser M.: Acoustic Performance of Buildings, Components and Materials as a Parameter for Ecological and Social Assessments. Proceedings of 10th Congress of the Alps Adria Acoustics Association. Izola 2023.

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