DMLab was accepted as a collaborator to the consortium that formed the International Network of Networks for Well-being in The Built Environment, a research project funded by the US National Science Foundation (NSF). The goal of the 3-year long project is to enhance health and well-being within the built-environment by studying specific characteristics of smart buildings and smart cities environments. At the core of IN2WIBE is a shared understanding that well-being is strongly dependent on the links between the built environment and the personal, cultural, economic, and social forces that drive health, productivity, satisfaction, and comfort. A total of 33 partners from 17 countries participate in the Network.

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