My academic background is in psychology and sustainability, and I worked on projects for an international conservation charity for three years before starting my studies with the LoLo Centre. My research background is in exploring interactions with metering technologies and influence on reported environmental behaviours and I am very interested in investigating this further, as well as the role that innovation and automation can play within energy demand reduction. I am interested in investigating methods of supporting behaviour change through information technologies. I am also keen to explore behaviour impacts of automating on energy controls as well as the role of innovation uptake.
Loughborough University celebrates three PhD graduations
21st July 2022
LoLo students’ work is addressing national research priorities
12th April 2019
W8LP4 – MRes Project “Cooling Culture: The identification of, and barriers to, adaptive responses to domestic overheating”