Project Description

CETIEB developed solutions for monitoring indoor environment quality and detecting insufficient comfort and health factors. Achieved results are a new single VOC sensor (MEMS based spectrometer on a chip) as OEM, a low-cost infrared vision system to monitor comfort parameters (MRT, PMV), an air biofilter to remove VOC, and a fully mineral thermal insulation plaster which received the BAKA Award 2017 and had his market launch at the BAU 2017 in Munich.


Project Partners

University of Stuttgart | DE (Coordinator)


Fraunhofer IPM | DE

InfraTec GmbH | DE

Schwenk Putztechnik GmbH & Co. KG | DE

TTI GmbH – TGU Smartmote | DE

S&B Industrial Minerals SA | GR

DW EcoCo | IE

Consorzio TRE | IT

Research Engineering Design SRL | IT

Stam SRL | IT

Università Politecnica delle Marche | IT

FCC Construccion SA | ES

Solintel | ES

National Taiwan University of Science and Technology | TW



Start date

October 2011


3 Years

Funding call


Project ID


Total budget M€


Project contact

Jürgen Frick

University of Stuttgart


The cluster brings together EU funded R&I projects focused on nanotechnologies and advanced materials covering different challenging construction aspects such as energy efficiency in buildings, building materials durability and on-shore and off-shore infrastructures durability

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