Our vision is to undertake world class research addressing timely challenges and train a new generation of multi-disciplinary thinkers and innovators capable of engineering a smart, low-energy future.
To achieve our vision we will:
- Attract the brightest engineering and science graduates to a multi-disciplinary, research-led training programme with five areas of focus: technology and systems, energy epidemiology, urban scale energy demand, building performance and process and unintended consequences
- Provide a vibrant, student-focused environment that maximises knowledge exchange and interaction between energy researchers, industry and the next generation of ‘energy pioneers’
- Equip graduates with the world-class, inter-disciplinary research skills that will allow them to excel in their chosen field to advance the development of practical, sustainable, low-energy solutions.
Our Research Themes
- Technology and systems
- Energy epidemiology
- Urban scale energy demand
- Building performance and process
- Unintended consequences.
Fully funded PhD Studentship in Analysis of high resolution energy data from public sector buildings
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The 5th LoLo Student Conference – Energy Demand Pathways: What does the future hold for the built environment?
The 5th LoLo Student Conference Energy Demand Pathways: What does the future hold for the built environment? 13th June 2018…
The first Energy Demand in Practice seminar was held on Monday 19th February and attracted a wide range of participants…
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