David Božiček is a PhD student at Built Environment program on the faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering, University of Ljubljana. His primary research is focused on the environmental impact assessment of buildings, based on the Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) method. His other research topics cover the topics of energy efficiency and thermal comfort in buildings. He is currently a teaching assistant at subjects related to building envelope design, energy efficiency and building sustainability assessment. Besides teaching and research, David has worked as a product engineer at the company Turna d.o.o. There he gained experiences with the development and implementation of the most efficient thermal insulation on the market, vacuum insulation panels (VIP).
BOŽIČEK, David, KUNIČ, Roman, KOŠIR, Mitja. Interpreting environmental impacts in building design – application of a comparative assertion method in the context of the EPD scheme for building products. Journal of cleaner production 2021, 123399: 1–28.
DOVJAK, Mateja, KOŠIR, Mitja, PAJEK, Luka, IGLIČ, Nataša, BOŽIČEK, David, KUNIČ, Roman. Environmental impact of thermal insulations: how do natural insulation products differ from synthetic ones?. V: ŠTEVULOVÁ, Nadežda (ur.), EŠTOKOVÁ, Adriana (ur.), VÁCLAVÍK, Vojtěch (ur.). 1st International Conference on Advances in Environmental Engineering (AEE 2017) 28-30 November 2017, Ostrava, Czech Republic : Elektronski vir, (IOP conference series. Earth and environmental science (Online), ISSN 1755-1315, Vol. 92). Bristol [etc.]: IOP Publishing. 2017