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UCL の国際建築環境学部である The Bartlett は建築環境全領域にわたる教育と研究を行います。各分野はそれぞれの専門領域で世界をリードすると共に、相互協力を通じて国際的に重要な課題に対し新しい方案を模索します。The Bartlett は UCL の基本精神を基にした世界トップレベルの学際的な学部です。

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Architecture
Bartlett researchers launch ‘Learning from Jerusalem’ spatial analysis film

Bartlett researchers launch ‘Learning from Jerusalem’ spatial analysis film

25 July 2016

To mark the mid-point of the two-year Contested Urbanism project, researchers at The Bartlett's Space Syntax Laboratory have launched a film 'Learning from Jerusalem' and have guest edited a special feature on ...
Planning
John Tomaney Publishes Book on Local and Regional Development

John Tomaney Publishes Book on Local and Regional Development

22 July 2016


Local and Regional Development, a new book by the Bartlett School of Planning's Professor John Tomaney, Professor Andy Pike (Newcastle University) and Professor Andrés Rodríguez-Pose (LSE) provides an accessible, critical ...
The Bartlett
CASA Director appointed Deputy Academic Director of UCL East

CASA Director appointed Deputy Academic Director of UCL East

22 July 2016

UCL has announced two senior academic appointments to lead the development of the academic strategy for its new UCL East campus at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park at Stratford. Professor Paola Lettieri (UCL’s ...
CASA
Professor Andrew Hudson-Smith Awarded the Wang Zhizhuo Medal

Professor Andrew Hudson-Smith Awarded the Wang Zhizhuo Medal

Professor Andrew Hudson-Smith of The Bartlett Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA) has been awarded the Wang Zhizhuo Award for innovation in spatial information sciences.
Energy
Fully funded PhD Studentship in Energy Networks and Big Data

Fully funded PhD Studentship in Energy Networks and Big Data

The UCL Energy Institute is a multidisciplinary school within the Bartlett School of Environment, Energy and Resources, with around 70 faculty and staff. It brings together multidisciplinary teams, providing critical mass and capacity ...
Planning
David Kingman Receives RSA Nathaniel Lichfield Award

David Kingman Receives RSA Nathaniel Lichfield Award

Bartlett School of Planning graduate David Kingman (MSc Spatial Planning 2014/15) has been awarded the Regional Studies Association's 2016 Nathaniel Lichfield Award for his MSc dissertation "How is the planning system ...

New Book Addresses Politics, Planning and the Housing Supply in Australia, England and Hong Kong

In their new book Politics, Planning and Housing Supply in Australia, England and Hong Kong, Professor Nick Gallent (Bartlett School of Planning), Professor Nicole Gurran (University of Sydney) and Professor Rebecca L.H ...

Researchers and Practitioners debate the Zero Draft of the New Urban Agenda ahead of Habitat III

By Rafaella Simas Lima

Join us: Senior Teaching Fellow in Sustainable Resources

The UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources (UCL ISR) is located within The Bartlett School of Environment, Energy and Resources (BSEER), with a mission to generate knowledge to promote the globally sustainable use of ...

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Sustainable
Events roundup 2015-16

Events roundup 2015-16

29 June - 30 September 2016

Planning
Urban Planning, Design and Real Estate Taster Day

Urban Planning, Design and Real Estate Taster Day

22 July 2016

Bartlett
Painting Connections: Exploring the Sharing Economy in Hackney Wick & Fish Island

Painting Connections: Exploring the Sharing Economy in Hackney Wick & Fish Island

29 - 31 July 2016

From July 29th-31st, a pop-up exhibition by local artists Natalie Ryde, Marie Brenneis and Ansell Cizic, creating bespoke work commenting on the idea of the Sharing Economy and the HWFI community will be ...

Summer School: Transforming Cities, Towns and Public Spaces through Placemaking

15 - 17 September 2016