About us

The core development team is a group of people around Prof. Ardeshir Mahdavi at the Department of Building Physics and Building Ecology of the Vienna University of Technology (http://www.bpi.tuwien.ac.at).

Actually Involved:

Univ. Prof. Dr. Ardeshir Mahdavi
Field of Study: Department of Building Physics and Building Ecology, TU Wien
Affiliation:
Interests:
Some general words:
Dr.techn. Robert Zach
Field of Study: Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Building Physics
Affiliation: Institute for Building Physics and Building Ecology, TU Wien
Interests: Solving problems
Some general words: not yet
DI Stefan Glawischnig
Field of Study: Geoinformation and Cartography
Affiliation: Institute for Building physics and building ecology, TU Wien
Interests: 3D, VR, AR; Web, Mobile
Some general words: TODO: #2012
(DI) Rainer Bräuer
Field of Study: Electrical Engineering
Affiliation: Institute for Building physics and building ecology, TU Wien
Interests: Computer Science, new technolgies
Some general words:
DI Harald Hofstätter
Field of Study: Technical informatics
Affiliation: Institute for Building physics and building ecology, TU Wien
Interests: code
Some general words: do it better
Christian Tauber
Field of Study: Electrical Engineering
Affiliation: Institute for Building physics and building ecology, TU Wien
Interests: Computer Science, new technolgies
Some general words:
Reinhard Zach
Field of Study: Emdedded Systems
Affiliation: FH Technikum Wien
Interests:
Some general words:
Paul Alexander
Field of Study: Emdedded Systems
Affiliation: FH Technikum Wien
Interests:
Some general words:

Previously Involved:

Michael Hönisch
Field of Study: Electrical Engineering
Affiliation: Institute for Building physics and building ecology, TU Wien
Interests:
Some general words:
Regina Appel
Field of Study: Media informatics
Affiliation: Institute for Building physics and building ecology, TU Wien
Interests: web-design, graphic-design, usability engineering, HCI
Some general words: Design is a good idea

 

Building physics and building ecology
Vienna University of Technology
Karlsplatz 13
1040 Vienna, Austria

 

The project is supported by the Austrian Science Fund / FWF (I 545-N22) and fonds from the “Klima- und Energiefonds” within the program “Neue Energien 2020” (834517).

 

 

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