Thermal Energy Storage (TES)
The aim of the work package is to stake out new research pathways for implementation and integrated planning of solutions for demand side management of thermal energy for heating and cooling of buildings. We will continue activities to boost external funding. Several proposals have been submitted to Formas, VR, the Swedish Energy Agency and KAW in 2019. The fruitful collaborations with Jan Swenson, Physics, and Kasper Moth Paulsen, Chemistry, will continue where. One of the goals is to develop tools and solutions for validation and optimization of thermal energy storage solutions, both utilizing materials for latent (PCM) and thermochemical storage (CSM, MOST). A Post Doc will be engaged with the work in the work package, with the task to scientifically report the work to increase the international visibility of the research group.
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Associate Professor, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Building Technology, Building Physics Modelling
Pär Johansson is Associate Professor at the Division of Building Technology, research team Building Physics Modelling. Pär works with high performance thermal insulation (superinsulation) materials...
Full Professor and Research Group Leader, Vice Head of Department Education, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Building Technology, Building Physics Modelling
Angela leads the research group Building Physics Modelling. As a Full Professor in Building Physics she conducts research and teaching in energy efficiency and moisture safety of buildings, with...
Professor; Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Head of Division Applied Chemistry
Prof. Kasper Moth-Poulsen is a research leader in the field of nano-chemistry, energy storage materials and synthetic chemistry. His research activities focus on the development of methods to address...
Professor, Nano and Biophysics, Department of Physics
I earned my PhD in Physics at Chalmers in 1996 on the structure of ion conducting glasses. Thereafter I was a postdoctoral fellow at University College London, UK, where I was working on the...
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