Background and activities
Dr. Antje Junghans is Professor in Facilities Management at the Department of Architectural Design and Management, Faculty of Architecture and Fine Art, NTNU. Prior to that, she was Professor in Facilities Management at the University of Applied Science, Frankfurt am Main (2006–2011). At the Centre for Real Estate and Facilities Management at NTNU she has initiated and is currently leading research on sustainability. The main research focus is the improvement of energy efficiency of non-residential buildings, highlighting different approaches towards sustainability in FM from building, user, and management perspectives. Additional research activities intend to develop a general perspective on the scope of FM and efforts towards understanding the FM discipline and its development. Prof. Junghans is supervisor of PhD candidates and master students. She is leading two work packages in a large Norwegian research project (MINDER). She is working in Nordic, European and international research groups (EuroFM, CIB, CARE). Professor Junghans is responsible for the development and teaching of two master courses: Facilities Services (AAR4817) and Sustainability in Facilities Management (AAR4821) in the Master program for Real Estate and Facilities Management.
Fields of competences
Professor Junghans is author or co-author of more than 50 scientific publications and presentations. She has been working as consultant and reviewer for the Swedish Research Council for Environment, Agricultural Sciences and Spatial Planning (FORMAS), since 2014. She is member of the review panel “The built environment”. Junghans is reviewer for highly ranked scientific journals, like “Building Research and Information”, “Facilities”, the “Journal of Corporate Real Estate” and the “International Journal of Strategic Property Management”. She has been member of scientific committees, reviewer and chairman for international scientific conferences, like conferences of “The International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction” (CIB), CIBW70, WBC16 World Building Congress, Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA), Nordic Conference on Construction Economics and Organization, CFM's Nordic Conference, European Facility Management Conference (EFMC), since 2011.
As Chairman of the research group and member of the board of the European Facilities Management network (EuroFM) her responsibilities included the development of a European recognized research agenda in Facilities Management (2011-2012) and the organization of the 11th EuroFM Research Symposium, held at the European Facilities Management Conference (EFMC) in Copenhagen 2012.
Dr. Antje Junghans has been professor at NTNU since 2011. She has more than 25 years’ work experience in research, higher education, and has also worked as architect, project manager and consultant in the fields of real estate development, architecture, urban planning, building construction project management, and facilities management. Her work experience is mainly from Germany, with large projects in the context of public buildings and infrastructures, international hotel investments, new construction and modernization of theaters, and energy efficiency improvement of non-residential buildings. She has worked in research and education at the Technical Universities in Munich (TUM), Aachen (RWTH) and at the “Bergische Universität Wuppertal”, where she also achieved the doctoral grade (Dr.-Ing.) at the Faculty of Architecture, Civil, Mechanical and Safety Engineering, with her doctoral dissertation: Assessment and enhancement of energy efficiency for public buildings.
Scientific, academic and artistic work
A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database
- (2016) Green leasing in theory and practice: A study focusing on the drivers and barriers for owners and tenants of commercial offices. Report / Tampere University of Technology, Department of Civil Engineering, Construction Management and Economics.
- (2015) Sustainable facilities management and green leasing: The company strategic approach. Procedia Economics and Finance. vol. 21.
- (2015) Nordic Campus Retrofitting Concepts – Scalable Practices. Procedia Economics and Finance. vol. 21.
- (2014) Introducing the MINDER research project: Methodologies for Improvement of Non-residential buildings' Daily Energy Efficiency Reliability. EuroFM Journal - International Journal of Facilities Management.
- (2014) Introduction: Management Infrastructure and Space. EuroFM Journal - International Journal of Facilities Management.
- (2014) Discussion of facilities management as an academic discipline: To what extent are the general requirements met and what does it mean?. Facilities. vol. 32 (1/2).
- (2012) MODEL FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENT OF ENTIRE BUILDING STOCKS. Facilities. vol. 31 (3/4).
- (2012) Proceedings of the 11th EuroFM Research Symposium. Polyteknisk Boghandel og Forlag. 2012. ISBN 978-87-502-1039-9.
- (2009) Bewertung und Steigerung der Energieeffizienz kommunaler Bestandsgebäude – Entwicklung eines ganzheitlichen Verfahrens für die kommunale Praxis. Gabler Verlag/GWV Fachverlage GmbH. 2009. ISBN 978-3-8349-1979-3.
Part of book/report
- (2017) Sustainability. Facilities Management and Corporate Real Estate Management as Value Drivers - How to manage and measure adding value.
- (2016) Green and Sustainable – How are These Terms Reflected in the Context of Facilities Management?. CFM Second Nordic Conference Proceedings 29-30 August 2016.
- (2016) Campus Retrofitting (CARE) Methodology: A Way to Co-Create Future Learning Environments. Proceedings of the CIB World Building Congress 2016 Volume II Environmental opportunities and challenges, constructing, commitment and acknowledging human experiences.
- (2016) People and Activities in Energy Efficient Buildings: Comparative Study of User, Owner and Facilities Management Perspectives in Schools. Proceedings of the CIB World Building Congress 2016 Volume II Environmental opportunities and challenges, constructing, commitment and acknowledging human experiences.
- (2015) The Users Impact on Buildings’ Sustainability – A Qualitative Approach. People make facilities management - Proceedings of the European Facility Management Conference EFMC 2015.
- (2015) Energy management in non-residential buildings in Norway: Learning through deconstruction of best-practice. People make facilities management - Proceedings of the European Facility Management Conference EFMC 2015.
- (2014) Intelligent solutions for sustainable facilities management of highly energy-efficient school buildings. ECPPM 2014 eWork and eBusiness in Architecture, Engineering and Construction.
- (2014) Comparison of two passive house schools in Norway and Germany. Proceedings of CIB Facilities Management Conference - Using Facilities in an open world, creating value for all stakeholders, Joint CIB W070, W11 & W118 conference, Technical University of Denmark, Copenhagen, 21 - 23 May 2014.
- (2014) International Trends for Sustainability in FM: Evaluation of Policy and FM Competence in Norway and UK. Proceedings of CIB Facilities Management Conference - Using Facilities in an open world, creating value for all stakeholders, Joint CIB W070, W11 & W118 conference, Technical University of Denmark, Copenhagen, 21 - 23 May 2014.
- (2014) Big Data as Innovative Approach for Usability Evaluations of Buildings. Proceedings of CIB Facilities Management Conference - Using Facilities in an open world, creating value for all stakeholders, Joint CIB W070, W11 & W118 conference, Technical University of Denmark, Copenhagen, 21 - 23 May 2014.
- (2014) Mind the gap between sustainable design and facilities management. ECPPM 2014 eWork and eBusiness in Architecture, Engineering and Construction.