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Interview with Marilyne Andersen

© 2018 smartmedia

© 2018 smartmedia

Although Switzerland has already become aware of the energy and environmental challenges, it still has to implement a more determined innovation policy.

Marilyne Andersen, Dean of the Faculty of Natural, Architectural and Built Environment (ENAC) at EPFL, also has a leading position in the smart living lab. A research platform in which the eco-responsible architecture of tomorrow is designed and built. The building physics expert details the progress of Swiss research in the field of efficient and environmentally friendly construction.

Author: Vanda Costa