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Somos The Bartlett. As nossas seções abrangem a totalidade desta área de estudo e investigação. Individualmente, lideram seus respectivos campos. Em parceria, desenvolvem novas respostas para questões prementes a nível mundial. Como um todo, constituem um corpo docente líder a nível mundial, multidisciplinar e unido pelo espírito radical da UCL.

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Architecture
Bartlett students win 2015 Arup prize

Bartlett students win 2015 Arup prize

27 February 2015

Bartlett PhD candidate Moritz Behrens and MSc Adaptive Architecture and Communication (AAC) student Konstantinos Mavromichalis have won the annual ‘No.8@Arup’ competition with their installation 'The Sentiment Cocoon'. The installation is one ...
CASA
Climate Change by Numbers, featuring Dr Hannah Fry

Climate Change by Numbers, featuring Dr Hannah Fry

26 February 2015

Tune in to BBC4 this Monday (2nd March) to catch "Climate Change by Numbers".  It's presented by three mathematicians: Dr Hannah Fry (CASA UCL), Professor Norman Fenton (Queen Mary) and Professor David ...
Heritage
European Network on Heritage Values

European Network on Heritage Values

20 February 2015

The third workshop of the European Network on Heritage Values led by Dr Kalliopi Fouseki and Dr Dom Perring will be held in Barcelona from 18th till 20th February 2015.
Heritage
Ecclesiastical fund student scholarships at the UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage

Ecclesiastical fund student scholarships at the UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage

The UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage has received a donation of £60,000 from Ecclesiastical Insurance for student scholarships for the Master of Science programme in Sustainable Heritage.
Architecture
Bartlett researchers awarded prestigious Marie Curie Fellowships

Bartlett researchers awarded prestigious Marie Curie Fellowships

We are delighted to announce that two post-doctoral fellows, Dr Jonathan Rokem and Dr Evangelia Chrysikou, have been awarded Marie Curie Fellowships from the European Commission Horizon 2020 programme to spend two years ...
Architecture
Bartlett graduates win east London moveable parks contest

Bartlett graduates win east London moveable parks contest

Bartlett graduates Georgina Halabi and Alex Anderson are one of six winning teams selected to design a series of moveable parks in east London as part of the 'Parks on Wheels' competition organised ...

Third stakeholder workshop on ‘Integrated decision-making about Housing, Energy and Wellbeing (HEW)’

 On 13 November 2014, the BSEER’s Complex Built Environment Systems (CBES) Group held its third workshop on housing, energy and well-being. It was attended by ~40 stakeholders from different sectors including central ...

Professor Batty on BBC's Inside-Out

On Monday 19th January, Professor Michael Batty appeared on the BBC’s Inside Out (South East), to explore the case for expanding London’s boundaries into Kent and Surrey, in order to solve ...

MSc FEM Singapore Graduation Ceremony

Dean of the Bartlett, Professor Alan Penn, presided over the graduation in Singapore of 37 students of the MSc in Facility and Environment Management on 19 January. Alexi Marmot, Professor of Facility and ...

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Planning
Urbanity as a Resource:
Urban design strategies for the Chinese metropolis from the Greek cultural
perspective

Urbanity as a Resource: Urban design strategies for the Chinese metropolis from the Greek cultural perspective

11 March 2015

Architecture
Un-Learning from Lynch: Cinema and Architecture in the Alley Behind the Market Place

Un-Learning from Lynch: Cinema and Architecture in the Alley Behind the Market Place

11 March 2015

CASA
Analysing Daily Behaviours with Large-Scale Smartphone Data - Neal Lathia

Analysing Daily Behaviours with Large-Scale Smartphone Data - Neal Lathia

11 March 2015

DPU
Contested Urbanism - Learning from London, Stockholm and Jerusalem

Contested Urbanism - Learning from London, Stockholm and Jerusalem

17 March 2015

This presentation will address some recent thoughts around present and future research projects; starting with current UCL Bartlett Grand Challenges research into immigrants and minorities well-being in Barking, East London. The intention of ...
Sustainable
UCL ISR Seminar: Policy Instruments to Drive the Circular Economy – Is there a Role for Resource Taxation?

UCL ISR Seminar: Policy Instruments to Drive the Circular Economy – Is there a Role for Resource Taxation?

19 March 2015


There has been a renewed interest in the concept of the Circular Economy in recent years. This renewed interest is based on a range of factors, including the rise in prices of primary ...
DPU
UCL Colloquium on Indefensible Space: Sanitation and Gender-Based Violence in Dharavi, Mumbai

UCL Colloquium on Indefensible Space: Sanitation and Gender-Based Violence in Dharavi, Mumbai

24 March 2015

The aim of this UCL IGH/DPU event is to highlight the problems and strategies related to gender-based violence faced by women in slums because of lack of secure and dignified access to ...

UCL Energy Seminar: 'Financing Home Energy Efficiency: Lessons from the Green Deal and Needs for the Future' with Mark Bayley CEO of The Green Deal Finance Company and Petter Allison, commercial director

24 March 2015

The Green Deal is a world first – linking in customers’ minds and in IT systems, the concept that home energy efficiency can be financed from future energy bill savings. Enabled by statute and ...

Street trading in the Global South: Practical and theoretical challenges

25 March 2015

Street trading, a widespread practice in Global South cities, is a growing phenomenon. City authorities are confronted with practical difficulties due to the contradictions that street trading generates in the context of 'modernising ...

UCL MSc Sustainable Heritage 10 Year Anniversary Celebration, Wednesday 25 March, Central London

25 March 2015

The event will be in the form of a one day conference with a morning session followed by a lunch, an afternoon session and a drinks reception.