TECNALIA is the leading research and technology organization in Spain and one of the largest in Europe, employing 1,419 people (164 PhDs) and with an income of 110 Million € in 2012.
TECNALIA operates in the following market sectors: Sustainable Construction, Energy and Environment, Innovation and Societies, Industry and Transport, ICT and Health and Quality of Life. TECNALIA is very active in FP7, participating up to June-2013 in 353 projects and coordinating 76 of them. The organization has a strong market orientation aiming at achieving major impacts in economic terms, by means of innovation and technological development.
The University of the Basque Country (EHU/UPV), TECNALIA and Donostia International Physics Center (DISC) are the founding members of Euskampus (2010, euskampus.ehu.es ), a project which attained the qualification of International Campus of Excellence from the Spanish Ministry of Education (2010). Euskampus partners with the PRES of the Universities of B...
TECNALIA is the leading research and technology organization in Spain and one of the largest in Europe, employing 1,419 people (164 PhDs) and with an income of 110 Million € in 2012.
TECNALIA operates in the following market sectors: Sustainable Construction, Energy and Environment, Innovation and Societies, Industry and Transport, ICT and Health and Quality of Life. TECNALIA is very active in FP7, participating up to June-2013 in 353 projects and coordinating 76 of them. The organization has a strong market orientation aiming at achieving major impacts in economic terms, by means of innovation and technological development.
The University of the Basque Country (EHU/UPV), TECNALIA and Donostia International Physics Center (DISC) are the founding members of Euskampus (2010, euskampus.ehu.es ), a project which attained the qualification of International Campus of Excellence from the Spanish Ministry of Education (2010). Euskampus partners with the PRES of the Universities of Bordeaux in the Euskampus-Bordeaux Transborder Campus.
TECNALIA is an equal opportunity employer. Current ratio of female/male employees is 40/60.
The current proposal will be carried out by the Sustainable Construction Division. The Sustainable Construction division covers the whole value chain of the construction sector, from materials building and products to the buildings themselves, the city and urban infrastructures such as transportation and energy supply infrastructures; the conversion of any of these during its operational life, and its end of life. The division’s activity focuses on efficient use of resources, upgrading and life extension of buildings and infrastructures and urban regeneration, paying special attention to cultural heritage. The division also aims at applying ICT in different areas related to the construction sector such as modelling and simulation, control and monitoring of environments, the development of web and mobile applications, including 3D web technologies, virtual and augmented reality with the purpose of improving installation performances, increasing quality and efficiency of building processes and enhancing the energy efficiency at building and city scale.
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Sarah Noyé Researcher PhD in building energy efficiency