Teaching Fellow in Building Performance UCL Institute for Environmental Design & Engineering email@example.com
Prior to joining the LoLo CDT, Sam completed a MSci in Physics at the University of Bristol, spending time looking at the potential for small scale tidal stream technologies. This led to working in Southeast Asia, where as part of the Laos Institute for Renewable Energy he helped deliver a demonstration project to provide off-grid electricity to remote communities through the use of pico-hydo power systems.
Sam then joined the LoLo CDT in 2010, completing a MRes in 2011 and his PhD in 2015. Sam’s PhD looked at the uncertainties in co-heating steady state heat loss measurements, conducting both field work and building simulations to gain a real understanding of the impact of environmental and experimental conditions on test results.
Sam is currently working as a teaching fellow at the UCL Institute of Environmental Design and Engineering. Here he leads modules on Building Engineering Physics and the Energy Context, as well as being involved in research on the total performance of buildings and in supporting monitoring work within the department.
“Error & uncertainty in whole house heat loss (Co-Heating) measurements” – thesis pending