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Vlatko Milic

Assistant Professor

I am passionate about developing energy system solutions that are both cost-effective and sustainable. Working with these questions is central to my role as researcher and teacher. My goal is to disseminate knowledge for a more sustainable future. 

Digitisation, AI and energy efficiency

I am a postdoc at the Division of Energy Systems. The energy savings potential in Swedish buildings built before 1945 was topic of my doctoral thesis.

My PhD thesis focused on the techno-economic energy renovation of residential areas built before 1945. During my research studies, I used a range of different methods, such as simulation of buildings energy, life cycle cost optimisation and the development of power signatures to calculate the energy performance of buildings.

Today, I mainly work with digitisation and AI for the energy efficiency of data centers and control of hydro power plants. I also conduct research in energy-efficient climate control of greenhouses.

In addition to my research, I teach from undergraduate to graduate level.



Vlatko Milic, Patrik Rohdin (2023) Screening of thermal characteristics and assessment of comparative energy efficiency potential in a residential district Advances in Building Energy Research, Vol. 17, p. 255-276 Continue to DOI
Vlatko Milic, Linus Kåge, Maria Andersson, Jim Enkel, Bahram Moshfegh (2023) AI-Assisted Characterization of Cooling Patterns in a Water-Cooled ICT Room 2023 29th International Workshop on Thermal Investigations of ICs and Systems (THERMINIC), p. 1-5 Continue to DOI


Vlatko Milic (2021) A techno-economic system approach for the energy renovation of residential districts built before 1945
Vlatko Milic, Patrik Rohdin, Bahram Moshfegh (2021) Further development of the change-point model - Differentiating thermal power characteristics for a residential district in a cold climate Energy and Buildings, Vol. 231, Article 110639 Continue to DOI


Petra Eriksson, Vlatko Milic, Tor Brostrom (2020) Balancing preservation and energy efficiency in building stocks International Journal of Building Pathology and Adaptation, Vol. 38, p. 356-373 Continue to DOI