Author archive for Mae Oroszlany

  • LoLo Student attends InfraTrain Autumn School 2019

    Finishing my Master of Research in September 2019 I was looking for more specific training in the area of peer-to-peer…

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  • LoLo/ERBE 2019 Annual Colloquium – our first joint one

    2019 marked the first joint LoLo-ERBE Colloquium, showcasing the work of current LoLo students and outlining visions for the new…

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  • LoLo/ERBE Annual Colloquium 2019 – a showcase of our research – 7 November 2019 – Registration OPEN, Keynote Speakers Confirmed

    Thursday, 7 November 2019, 13:00 to 19:30 (GMT), The Building Centre, Store Street, London LoLo is the London-Loughborough EPSRC Centre…

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  • Reflections on public engagement: talking climate change at Haverstock School

    by Nicole Watson, LoLo CDT MRes Student One of the most important challenges we face as researchers is how to…

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  • Energy Demand in Practice Seminar – 16 May 2019

    The Energy Demand in Practice events are a series of events, including trips and seminars, which aim to prepare LoLo…

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  • NEW PAPER publication from LoLo PhD student Harry Kennard in the Journal of Public Health

    NEW PAPER: LoLo CDT PhD Student Harry Kennard (UCL) on “Observational evidence of the seasonal and demographic variation in experienced…

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  • LoLo students’ work is addressing national research priorities

    In February, the UK’s Committee on Climate Change released a report entitled  “UK housing: fit for the future?” This report…

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  • Anna Gorbatcheva – Women4Climate Blogpost – Women in LoLo

    My experience of the Women4Climate Conference in Paris –  a blogpost for Women in LoLo by Anna Gorbatcheva MRes Student…

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  • Nafsika C. C. Drosou – Reflections – Women in LoLo

    Nafsika C. C. Drosou Loughborough University Final Year PhD Student So far, in my path I have benefited from STEM…

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  • Logo Design Competition – Win £150 Cash Prize -Deadline extended

    We are looking for a new logo for our new EPSRC  CDT in Energy Resilience and the Built Environment (ERBE)!…

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