Thermal Photography Contest Winners


Last week, judges of the Hidden Energy Problems thermal photography contest announced the winners of the contest.  Roberto Bricalli and Daniel Sørensen won the categories for Buildings and Others, respectively. Due to not enough submission for the category of solar panels, the judges decided no winners will be selected for this category. 

Roberto’s photo features a thermal bridge in a meeting room in the Department of Mechanical and Production Engineering building. The judges commented that the photo not only captures the surprising thermal leakage in a relatively newly renovated building but displays it in an aesthetic way. 

The winning piece from Daniel under the Others category features laptop chargers and phone chargers. The judges unanimously voted for this one, because of its relevance to the theme of “hidden energy problems”. “It is a good reminder of the heat emitted from the chargers, something we do not usually think about on a daily basis”, commented the judges. 

In addition, the judges reviewed the photos received from a similar thermal photography contest at the “Fritidsforsker for en dag” event, which was held on 21 April. Photo from Cristobal Castillo stood out as the winning piece, which features the heat from a battery in a working laptop. 

Each winner receives a 500 kr gift card to multiple shops that are members of Aarhus City Forening, which supports small local businesses. 

winning photos from the contest

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