Thomas Berker
Thomas Berker
Prof. NTNU, Trondheim
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Domestication of media and technology
T Berker, M Hartmann, Y Punie
Open Univ Pr, 2006
Success for energy efficient renovation of dwellings—Learning from private homeowners
B Risholt, T Berker
Energy Policy 61, 1022-1030, 2013
User evaluations of energy efficient buildings: Literature review and further research
ÅL Hauge, J Thomsen, T Berker
Advances in Building Energy Research 5 (1), 109-127, 2011
The missing link which was already there: Building operators and energy management in non-residential buildings
M Aune, T Berker, R Bye
Facilities, 27 1 (2), 44-55, 2009
Passive House at the crossroads: The past and the present of a voluntary standard that managed to bridge the energy efficiency gap
L Mueller, T Berker
Energy policy 60, 586-593, 2013
Domesticating Spaces
T Berker
Space and Culture 14 (3), 259-268, 2011
Needs, roles and participation. A review of social science studies of users in technological design
M Aune, T Berker, KH Sørensen
A report within the research program Smart Energy-Efficient Buildings …, 2002
A traveler’s guide to smart grids and the social sciences
TM Skjølsvold, M Ryghaug, T Berker
Energy research & social science 9, 1-8, 2015
Internetnutzung in den 90er Jahren: wie ein junges Medium alltäglich wurde
T Berker
Campus Verlag, 2001
User Evaluations of Energy Efficient Buildings–
ÅL Hauge, J Thomsen, T Berker
Zero Emission Buildings-Proceedings of Renewable Energy Conference 2010, 97-108, 2010
Dealing with uncertainty in sustainable innovation: mainstreaming and substitution
T Berker
International Journal of Innovation and Sustainable Development 5 (1), 65-79, 2010
WWW-Nutzung an einer deutschen Hochschule-Computer, Sex und eingeführte Namen: Ergebnisse einer Protokolldateienanalyse
T Berker
na, 1999
The interaction between building and users in passive and zero‐energy housing and offices
J Thomsen, T Berker, ÅL Hauge, K Denizou, S Wågø, S Jerkø
Smart and Sustainable Built Environment, 2013
Ambitions at work: Professional practices and the energy performance of non-residential buildings in Norway
IN Pettersen, E Verhulst, RV Kinloch, A Junghans, T Berker
Energy research & social science 32, 112-120, 2017
“In the morning I just need a long, hot shower:” a sociological exploration of energy sensibilities in Norwegian bathrooms
T Berker
Sustainability: Science, Practice and Policy 9 (1), 57-63, 2013
Architecture as a strategy for reduced energy consumption? An in-depth analysis of residential practices’ influence on the energy performance of passive houses
S Wågø, T Berker
Smart and Sustainable Built Environment, 2014
Domestication, acceptance and zero emission ambitions: Insights from a mixed method, experimental research design in a Norwegian Living Lab
M Korsnes, T Berker, R Woods
Energy Research & Social Science 39, 226-233, 2018
Energy and buildings research: challenges from the new production of knowledge
T Berker, K Bharathi
Building Research & Information 40 (4), 473-480, 2012
Energienutzung im Heim als sozio-technische Praxis
T Berker
Fischer, C.(Hg.): Strom sparen im Haushalt. München: oekom, 175-192, 2008
The everyday of extreme flexibility: The case of migrant researchers’ use of new information and communication technologies
T Berker
Media, Technology, and Everyday Life in Europe: From Information to …, 2005
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