The London-Loughborough EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Energy Demand offers a four year programme which combines a one year Master of Research (MRes) in Energy Demand Studies followed by a three year doctorate (PhD).
MRes Dissertation Projects
The first year of the programme is an intensive taught course which differs from a normal Master of Science degree in its emphasis on research. Students will carry out a series of research projects, including a research dissertation which spans the entire academic year.
Please note the projects on the site have been developed by our current students. New students will develop a suitable PhD research proposal with help from the Centre Directors and Academic Managers at UCL and Loughborough University during the first MRes year.
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Satisfy Government Stipulated Requirements? Nafsika Drosou, Loughborough University
W5UP9 – A novel method for the estimation of thermophysical properties of walls from short and seasonal-independent in-situ surveysRead more
A novel method for the estimation of thermophysical properties of walls from short and seasonal-independent in-situ surveys Virginia Gori, UCL Several studies have shown a performance gap between the published…
W2UP6 -Assessing the suitability of data sources for input into European energy demand forecast modelsRead more
Assessing the suitability of data sources for input into European energy demand forecast models Ed Sharp, UCL Energy demand forecast models were first created as a result of the…
W8UP3 Impact of data availability and model complexity on prediction of energy consumption in Camden schoolsRead more
Impact of data availability and model complexity on prediction of energy consumption in Camden schools Duncan Grassie, UCL Energy Institute Overview Energy demand in non-domestic buildings is responsible for around a…
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Simulating the Impact of HVAC Control Strategies on Supermarket Energy Use Henry Witt, Loughborough University Background: The heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system in a typical supermarket is responsible…
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Natural Ventilation in Schools: Window Design and Performance Charalampos Angelopoulos, Loughborough Natural ventilation is considered a sustainable solution to maintain healthy and thermally comfortable internal environments. Previous studies have shown…