Upcoming projects: 

  • Seasonality in mental healthcare referrals – Seasonment
  • Daylight, what makes the difference? 
Finalized projects: 

  • SAFE-II: Can electronic self-monitoring with closed loop feedback focusing on regulation of the sleep-wake cycle reduce relapse of depression after discharge from a psychiatric ward (2016-2020)
  • SAFE-I: Electronic self-monitoring with clinical feedback in depression, a feasibility study (2015-2016)


Finalized projects: 

  • The usability of Transcutaneous Vagal Nerve Stimulation (t-VNS) in treatment resistant depression
  • DUAG-8: The effect of Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields (PEMF) in depression - a DUAG collaborating study
  • The neurobiology of seasonal affective disorder: Exploring the high prevalence in severe visual impairment (BlindSAD)

Built Environment 

Ongoing project

  • Room-Light: Dynamic LED-light versus static LED-light for depressed in patients – a randomised clinical trial

Upcoming projects: 

  • Effects of indoor environmental quality on user satisfaction and concentration – a demonstration project at Feldballe Friskole 
  • Room-Light 1:1 Ny psykiatri Bispebjerg: Energy efficient dim-evening lighting and dynamic daylight-control adjusted for geographical orientation. Effects on energy consumption and user satisfaction in a post-occupancy-evaluation of a new psychiatric hospital
Finalized projects: 

  • Daylight and Green Cities International, interdisciplinary workshops arranged by Carlo Volf and Christoph Kueffer in The. Daylight Academy (2018 – 2020)
  • ROOM-LIGHT: Dynamic LED-light as treatment for depressed patients in inpatient wards – a feasibility trial (2018-2019)
  • Indoor Environmental Quality in schools: NO-TECH solution versus standard solution - a pilot study (2019-2020)
  • Room-light 1:1 - Ny Psykiatri Bispebjerg (1:1 mock-up)

Complex Health Interventions

Ongoing project: 

  • ​Developing an intervention to promote recovery for patients with depression after transference to primary healthcare​​

Upcoming projects: 

  • Recovery-by-eHealth: A complex intervention aiding recovery in patients with depression discharged from psychiatric outpatient clinics - a 12 months randomized controlled clinical trial