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CEA Toolbox featured in Energy Science Center News

The ESC channel "Weekly Spotlight on Energy Research” discusses City Energy Analyst - our computational tool for the design of energy efficient urban districts. Read more 


2017 District Energy Systems Roundtable

Once again, Future Cities Laboratory and ETH Energy Science Center host the District Energy Systems Roundtable – June 28, CREATE Tower Singapore Read more 


Solar Design Studio – Review

Study projects on the architectural integration of solar technology into the building envelope   Read more 


New Career Prospects for A/S researchers Adam Rysanek and Clayton Miller

We congratulate two A/S team members at our Singapore location on their new career opportunities. Read more 


A/S research proposals - funding awarded

1st Intra-CREATE Seed Collaboration Grant recommends funding for A/S research   Read more 


PhD Thesis Defense by Hu Zhao

Please join the A/S Team for the PhD thesis defense by Hu Zhao on March 2, titled “Distributed Building Information Modeling in Multidisciplinary Collaboration”. Read more 

City Energy Analyst


The City Energy Analyst (CEA) is an urban energy simulation platform developed by the A/S Group. It aims to supply planners and researchers with tools for the analysis and optimization of building energy systems in urban districts. The CEA Toolbox including extensive documentation is now available under

Future Cities Laboratory

Future Cities Laboratory (FCL) is a research program at the Singapore-ETH Centre for Global Environmental Sustainability (SEC) established in 2010 by ETH Zurich and Singapore’s National Research Foundation. Involving researchers from various fields and nations, FCL aims to develop the knowledge, technologies, and approaches for a sustainable urban future with an Asian perspective. The A/S Research Team is part of FCL since its beginning. For further information on what our Singapore team is working on, visit FCL 1 and FCL 2 or check out the 3for2 project.

To visit the official FCL website, follow the link on the left.

Completed Projects

Glattal Study Diagram

The A/S Research Team engaged in numerous projects ranging from material to urban scale, from concept and design to implementation and evaluation. A selection of completed projects is listed according to the project scale under Synergistic Buildings and Urban Energy Systems.

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