SBi, Danish Building Research Institute
SBi is the Danish Building Research Institute and affiliated with Aalborg University. The Danish national building research institute develops research-based knowledge to improve buildings and the built environment.
SBi identifies subjects that are important for professionals and decision-makers involved with building and the built environment. And subsequently we communicate our knowledge to these groups.
SBi has a staff of 100 and an annual turnover of approximately DKK 70 million.
Torben V. Rasmussen graduated in 1991 from the Technical University of Denmark as a civil engineer with a M.Sc. in building physics. His Ph.D. study specialized in the mechanical behaviour of fibre-reinforced cement-based materials. After his Ph.D. he worked at the Department of Construction and Materials, Technical University of Denmark and specialized in statics, material mechanics, building technology, building physics, modelling, experimental techniques and microscopy techniques describing the behaviour of building materials. Since 1999, he has worked as a senior researcher at the Danish Building Research Institute, Aalborg University, where he specializes in building physics.
In the project Torben will focus on building physics and measures to be used for energy refurbishment of brick buildings.
Danish Building Research Institute, SBi at Aalborg University;
Departmentof Construction and Health
fon: +45 99 40 22 72