|LESO Experimental Building
In its early years used to test different façade types, the LESO building now allows testing of daylighting and façade control systems.
>> More on the building
Infrastructure for cutting-edge research in the fields of Nanotechnology for Solar Energy Conversion and Smart Materials for the Building Envelope
>> Group Nanotechnology for Solar Energy Conversion
|MoTUS – Urban climate measuring equipment
A 27 m mast for the monitoring of urban climate parameters
>> Urban simulation group
Solace Unit of the NEST demonstration building, created to explore means of increasing the energy production of buildings while ensuring user comfort
>> Official NEST/Solace page
A direct sunlight simulator (Heliodon) as well as a scanning sky (diffuse light) simulator as well as a photogoniometer for the study of directional light transmission and reflection properties of fenestration systems allow testing of scale models and samples.
>> Daylighting Group
A photobiological laboratory was recently set up for studies and research on the effects of light on physiology and behavior in humans.
>> Research on the impact of daylight on humans
|PV Testing and Exhibition and Testing Facilities DEMOSITE
Demosite was active until 2008, when it had to make space for the EPFL Rolex Learning Center. However, its virtual version still exists: www.demosite.ch