CIV's research focuses on the possibilities of existing and emerging technologies, systemic understanding, and human-centered solutions over the life-cycle of structures and built environment. The foci of research are realised through active industry and stakeholder collaboration in national and international research projects. CIV pursues societal impact, academic recognition and invests in academic talent.
Our research targets core CIV areas of technology, human-centricity, and systems.
Cross-cutting themes of research are:
- technology: automation, digitalisation, AI
- human-centricity: health, sustainability
- systems: construction machines, transport systems, built environment, design systems
Leviäkangas, Pekka et al. (2022) Financial and economic performance of Finnish seaports – restructuring and pandemic impacts
Toyinbo, O et al. Open database for international and national indoor environmental quality guidelines. Indoor air. 2022 Apr;32(4):e13028
Heikkilä, Rauno et al. (2022) Benefits of Open InfraBIM – Finland Experience
Heikkilä, Rauno et al. (2022) 5G Wireless Communication for Autonomous Excavation
Führer, T et al. A DPG method for shallow shells. Numer. Math. 152, 67–99 (2022)
Kuzmenkov, A et al. (2022). Humidity Regime of a Double Wooden Wall Made of Rounded Logs. In: Manakov, A., Edigarian, A. (eds) International Scientific Siberian Transport Forum TransSiberia - 2021. TransSiberia 2021. Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems, vol 403. Springer, Cham
Hamdallah, A et al. Hygrothermal Simulation of Prefabricated Cold-formed Wall Panels. In: Juuso, E., Lie B. Dahlquist, E., Ruuska J. (eds) The First SIMS EUROSIM Conference on Modelling and Simulation, SIMS EUROSIM 2021, and 62nd International Conference of Scandinavian Simulation Society, SIMS 2021, September 21-23, Virtual Conference, Finland