Sven Eggimann
Sven Eggimann
Scientist EMPA, prev. University of Oxford
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The potential of knowing more–a review of data-driven urban water management
S Eggimann, L Mutzner, O Wani, MY Schneider, D Spuhler, ...
Environmental Science & Technology 51, 2538−2553, 2017
1202017
To connect or not to connect? Modelling the optimal degree of centralisation for wastewater infrastructures
S Eggimann, B Truffer, M Maurer
Water research 84, 218-231, 2015
532015
Economies of density for on-site waste water treatment
S Eggimann, B Truffer, M Maurer
Water research 101, 476-489, 2016
262016
Screening European market potentials for small modular wastewater treatment systems – an inroad to sustainability transitions in urban water management?
S Eggimann, B Truffer, U Feldmann, M Maurer
Land Use Policy 78, 711-725, 2018
162018
A high-resolution spatio-temporal energy demand simulation to explore the potential of heating demand side management with large-scale heat pump diffusion
S Eggimann, JW Hall, N Eyre
Applied Energy 236, 997-1010, 2019
142019
The cost of hybrid waste water systems: A systematic framework for specifying minimum cost-connection rates
S Eggimann, B Truffer, M Maurer
Water research 103, 472-484, 2016
142016
Smart urban water systems: what could possibly go wrong?
M Moy de Vitry, MY Schneider, OF Wani, L Manny, JP Leitão, S Eggimann
Environmental Research Letters 14 (8), 081001, 2019
102019
The optimal degree of centralisation for wastewater infrastructures. A model-based geospatial economic analysis
S Eggimann
ETH Zürich, 2016
42016
How weather affects energy demand variability in the transition towards sustainable heating
S Eggimann, W Usher, N Eyre, JW Hall
Energy 195 (C), 116947, 2020
32020
Demand side management impacts on electricity network vulnerability
C Zorn, EM Koks, S Eggimann
http://arxiv.org/abs/2008.04954, 2020
12020
The optimal degree of centralisation for wastewater infrastructures
SJ Eggimann
A model-based geospatial economic analysis, 2016
12016
Benchmarking cooling and heating energy demands considering climate change, population growth and cooling device uptake
R Mutschler, M Rüdisüli, P Heer, S Eggimann
Applied Energy 288 (116636), 1-11, 2021
2021
Urban densification potentials and energy impacts in Switzerland
S Eggimann, K Orehounig
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 6579, 2020
2020
Sustainable urban densification potentials: a geospatial analysis of Swiss post-war neighbourhoods
S Eggimann, M Wagner, T Chen, YN Ho, U Schneider, O Kristina
IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 588, 022040, 2020
2020
Where will it all start? A model based search for spaces of niche formation for new sanitation systems
S Eggimann, B Truffer, M Maurer
6th International Sustainability Conference 2015, 2015
2015
Potenzial für eine Nachhaltigkeits-Transition dezentraler Abwassersysteme auf Strukturtypebene in der Schweiz
S Eggimann, R Weibel, B Truffer, M Maurer
2013
Assessing the spatial trajectory of niche development expansion: A GIS based analysis of market growth of on-site treatment in urban water management
S Eggimann, B Truffer, M Maurer, R Weibel
4th International Conference on Sustainability Transitions, 2013
2013
Potential for a sustainability transition of decentralised wastewater systems for Switzerland on the level of urban structural units (in German)
S Eggimann
Geographisches Institut der Universität Zürich, Schweiz., 2013
2013
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