Pekka Murto (Doctor of Arts) is a postdoctoral researcher in the TRIPOD project. In TRIPOD, Pekka has studied the Finnish energy retrofit market from a user perspective in order to understand the slow diffusion of energy retrofits and associated energy saving and generation technologies.
Prior to joining INUSE in early 2018, Pekka studied the use of design in complex and networked product development, with a specific focus on design management and sustainable design in the shipbuilding industry. In addition to academic research, Pekka has experience of working as an industrial design consultant, both in a design consultancy and as a micro-entrepreneur.
Murto, P., Jalas, M., Juntunen, J., & Hyysalo, S. (2019). The difficult process of adopting a comprehensive energy retrofit in housing companies: Barriers posed by nascent markets and complicated calculability. Energy Policy, 132, 955–964. https://doi.org/10.1016/J.ENPOL.2019.06.062
Murto, P., Jalas, M., Juntunen, J., & Hyysalo, S. (2019). Devices and strategies: An analysis of managing complexity in energy retrofit projects. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 114, 109294. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rser.2019.109294
Murto, P. (2017). Design integration in complex and networked product development: a case study of architectural design in the development process of a greener passenger ship. Aalto University Doctoral Dissertations 185/2017. Helsinki: Aalto ARTS Books