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Design, Work Environment, Safety and Health


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Achieving safety in human-machine interaction in health care systems (Professor Tore Larsson)

Period: 2003-07-01 - 2007-07-01

Errors in medical care and the inevitability of human error are now widely discussed and recognised. Several factors contribute to these adverse events and it is necessary to shift the focus from » more
Design for learning environments: How factors in the architectural design of formal learning environments relate to learning (Professor Tore Larsson)

Period: 2002-03-01

This project investigates architectural design of formal learning environments in relation to educational outcomes. More specifically in the municipal grade 1-9 schools in Haninge, Sweden. The purpose » more
Forced natural ventilation - modelling and application (Professor Sture Holmberg)

Period: 2008-01-01 - 2011-12-31

Forced ventilation is important when the carbon dioxide concentration in a room exceeds the recommended safety level or when thermal discomfort occurs in a ventilated space. A study shows that both » more
ISHT - Interior sound design of high-speed trains (Roberto Bresin)

Period: 2010-04-01 - 2012-03-31

The main research question in this project is: "How can we develop design methods and acoustic artefacts in order to improve the sound environment of the high-speed trains of the future?" » more
Office environment, health and job satisfaction (Magnus Rönn)

Period: 2003-03-01 - 2010-12-31

The aim of the research project is to see how the architectural design of an office, with focus on the plan layout, influences the work satisfaction among the co-workers and their self-rated health. » more
Radiator design in low-temperature systems (Professor Sture Holmberg)

Period: 2007-03-01 - 2011-12-31

Rising energy prices and a wish for environmentally friendly solutions have contributed to the development of heat pump-based heating systems in Sweden. Low flow temperature in the secondary heat » more


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