The 5th LoLo Student Conference
Energy Demand Pathways: What does the future hold for the built environment?
13th June 2018
Nunn Hall, Institute of Education
20 Bedford Way, London, WC1H 0AL
Following last year’s conference “Energy in an Age of Uncertainty”, this year’s conference looks to the future and what challenges, opportunities and possibilities await. How will we be using energy in the years to come? How will the future built environment perform? What are the impacts of the myriad pathways in front of us?
The conference is anticipated to bring together some of the world’s best research students and early-career researchers in the field of energy demand and aims to set the scene for the future research landscape that we will all be working in.
We are excited to announce that our keynote speaker for the conference will be Dr. Ruchi Choudhary from Cambridge University.
Dr. Choudhary leads the multi-disciplinary Energy Efficient Cities initiative (EECi) with colleagues in transport technologies and urban planning. Her research specialism is in urban-scale energy simulation of built environments, with specific emphasis on uncertainty analysis and retrofits of existing buildings – a perfect fit with the theme of our conference!
Tickets are available from loloconference2018.eventbrite.co.uk
Key timings for the day:
12:00-13:00 – Registration – a light lunch will be provided, first come first served!
13:00-17:15 – Main conference – this will include three sessions of Powerpoint presentations and one poster presentation session.
17:30-18:30 – Keynote speech from Dr. Ruchi Choudhury (see above)
18:45-20:00 – Networking, wine and finger buffet
A full programme for the day is available from LoLo Conference 2018 Programme and Abstracts
For any queries, please contact email@example.com
Salman Siddiqui, University College London firstname.lastname@example.org
Seb Junemann, University College London email@example.com
Matej Gustin, Loughborough University M.Gustin@lboro.ac.uk
Murat Mustafa, Loughborough University M.Mustafa2@lboro.ac.uk