Rune Korsholm Andersen

Associate Professor

Rune Korsholm Andersen

Department of Environmental and Resource Engineering

Koppels Allé

Building 402 Room 218

2800 Kgs. Lyngby





questionnaire surveys simulation of indoor environment and energy consumption statistical modelling field measurements in residential buildings, offices and schools/kindergartens experiments in climate chambers semi structured interviews

My research focuses on understanding, modelling and influencing the impact of occupants’ behaviour on the indoor environment and energy consumption in buildings. I use long and short term field measurements, questionnaire surveys, semi structured interviews, building energy performance simulations and chamber studies with human subjects combined with statistical analysis and modelling to gain insights in the understanding of the underlying reasons for the observed behaviour patterns. My research is funded by Danish ministries, a private research foundation, state financed research programs and the Danish energy associations’ research and development programme