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Photography Competition 2014 #PhotoCPM14

Photography Competition 2014 #PhotoCPM14

20 October 2014 - 31 January 2015

Returning for its second year, the C&PM Photography Competition 2014 is focused on sustainability in projects.
Architecture
PhD Research Conversations – Kieran Mahon

PhD Research Conversations – Kieran Mahon

27 January 2015

Join current Bartlett School of Architecture PhD candidates as they present their work in progress.
Energy
UCL-Energy seminar: 'How come the lights don't go out more often?', Professor Keith Bell, Scottish Power Professor of Smart Grids, University of Strathclyde

UCL-Energy seminar: 'How come the lights don't go out more often?', Professor Keith Bell, Scottish Power Professor of Smart Grids, University of Strathclyde

27 January 2015

An electric power system is widely recognised as one of the most complex single engineering entities ever built, yet its safe and reliable performance is crucial to modern, industrialised society. Its operation depends ...
Architecture
Emmanuel Petit – Sir Bannister Fletcher Lecture

Emmanuel Petit – Sir Bannister Fletcher Lecture

28 January 2015

Since the waning of architectural deconstructivism, for which 'spacing' was a central characteristic of both interpretive and creative acts, concepts of space have not dominated architectural discourse. However, a species of contemporary buildings ...
The Bartlett
Bartlett Ambassadors Introductory Session

Bartlett Ambassadors Introductory Session

28 January 2015

Become a volunteer Bartlett Ambassador after graduation. Make connections in your home region, develop your CV, and form part of a global network. If you are a current postgraduate student in your final ...
CASA
Phase Transitions in the Growth of Spatial Networks - Vito Latora

Phase Transitions in the Growth of Spatial Networks - Vito Latora

28 January 2015

Spatially embedded complex networks, such as nervous systems, the Internet, and transportation networks, generally have nontrivial topological patterns of connections combined with nearly minimal wiring costs. We report here the empirical analysis of ...
Planning
Complex Megaprojects and Systems and Decision-making: Recent advances in US infrastructure appraisal and related issues

Complex Megaprojects and Systems and Decision-making: Recent advances in US infrastructure appraisal and related issues

28 January 2015

Dr David Wimberly
Director General /Senior Scientist
Eurisko Institute, Tallahassee
Architecture
Adam Lowe – Bartlett International Lecture Series

Adam Lowe – Bartlett International Lecture Series

28 January 2015

Documentation is essential to monitoring the speed at which our heritage is decaying. 3D scanning now plays a central role in the construction of multi-layered digital archives, bringing together accurate records of surface ...
Planning
Housing Inequalities and the 1%

Housing Inequalities and the 1%

29 January 2015

Within the last year housing prices have risen in London by roughly 20%. Rents have also risen to new highs of £770 a month on average, £1162 in London, increasing at one point ...
Architecture
Ian Knowles – Designing for Sound

Ian Knowles – Designing for Sound

29 January 2015

This lecture will discuss the key geometrical elements that influence sound quality with examples of recent concert hall designs.
Architecture
Plexus 16: Open-Field

Plexus 16: Open-Field

29 January 2015

The Plexus Project is an initiative to bring together the creative talent of different disciplines to share techniques, solve problems and build networks of collaboration.
Architecture
Housing and Wellbeing Seminar

Housing and Wellbeing Seminar

30 January 2015


Join us for a day of panel discussions from UCL staff and guests on:
Architecture
Stephen Loo – Special Research Seminar

Stephen Loo – Special Research Seminar

03 February 2015

This seminar begins with a discussion on the coming to being of Deleuze and Architecture (Edinburgh University Press, 2013), by working through the problematic 'and' in its title. The conjunction of Deleuze and ...
CASA
What is an Urban Energy System? - James Keirstead

What is an Urban Energy System? - James Keirstead

04 February 2015

That cities account over half of the world's population is now a well-known fact.  But our understanding of how cities use energy is still an emerging field, both at the scale of ...
Architecture
Vo Trong Nghia – Bartlett International Lecture Series

Vo Trong Nghia – Bartlett International Lecture Series

04 February 2015

There are more than seven billion people currently living on our planet and this number is increasing. Population explosion causes massive problems for Asian countries in tropical climates. Vietnam is not the exception ...
CPM
Student Careers Networking Event 2015

Student Careers Networking Event 2015

04 February 2015

Join fellow C&PM students and school alumni for the annual Student Careers Networking Event, with presentations and networking with industry experts, staff members and C&PM graduates.
Energy
UCL-Energy seminar: 'A journey through 300 years of gas in the UK: learning from the past and planning for the future', Paul Dodds, Lecturer, UCL Energy Institute

UCL-Energy seminar: 'A journey through 300 years of gas in the UK: learning from the past and planning for the future', Paul Dodds, Lecturer, UCL Energy Institute

10 February 2015

Two hundred years ago, an energy revolution was gathering momentum, as gas networks were constructed across the UK to supply low-cost public and private lighting. Gas has had an important role in the ...
Energy
Careers in Energy 2015

Careers in Energy 2015

10 February 2015

Forming part of UCL's "Get into the Environment Sector Themed Week” to be held in February 2015, the UCL Energy Institute and UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources will be holding our third ...
Planning
Tracing Modes of Mega
Infrastructure Financing and their Effects on Cities:  A Review of the Australian Experience

Tracing Modes of Mega Infrastructure Financing and their Effects on Cities:  A Review of the Australian Experience

11 February 2015

Prof. Phillip O'Neill
Director, Centre for the Development of Western Sydney
University of Western Sydney
ISR
Careers in Sustainable Resources 2015

Careers in Sustainable Resources 2015

12 February 2015

Thursday 12 February
Marquee UCL Front Quad, WC1E 6BT 
Architecture
Adrian Lahoud – Bartlett International Lecture Series

Adrian Lahoud – Bartlett International Lecture Series

18 February 2015

Modernity is a story about how forms of calculation grew across the world allowing more things to be measured, exchanged, and circulated. It is a story about how certain value systems came to ...
ISR
UCL ISR Seminar: Natural Resources and the role of civil society: a curse or blessing in disguise?

UCL ISR Seminar: Natural Resources and the role of civil society: a curse or blessing in disguise?

19 February 2015

In this interactive seminar Marinke van Riet will take you onto a journey exploring the ‘paradox of plenty’ or resource curse and the role of civil society as an oversight actor. Publish What ...
Architecture
Mike Harding – Designing for Sound

Mike Harding – Designing for Sound

19 February 2015

In this lecture, Mark Harding will describe Touch’s journey through the digital maelstrom.
Architecture
PhD Research Projects 2015

PhD Research Projects 2015

24 February - 27 March 2015

PhD Research Projects 2015 is the ninth annual conference and exhibition related to doctoral research at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL. The event is open to the public and involves presentations by ...
CPM
Keynote lecture series: Professor Michelle Baddeley - an economist's perspective on collaborative BIM

Keynote lecture series: Professor Michelle Baddeley - an economist's perspective on collaborative BIM

24 February 2015

In this keynote, Professor Michelle Baddeley, will present her research on collaboration and Building Information Modelling (BIM), covering an economic analysis of the benefits and costs of collaboration in construction, and some insights ...
Planning
Places, property and prices: Everything that
planners need to know about global real estate markets

Places, property and prices: Everything that planners need to know about global real estate markets

26 February 2015

The question we should be asking ourselves now is not whether good planning can add value (economic. social and environmental) to the built environment but what stops it from happening in so many ...
Planning
Public-Private Partnerships and Private Finance Initiatives:
Their track record for megaprojects in the UK

Public-Private Partnerships and Private Finance Initiatives: Their track record for megaprojects in the UK

04 March 2015

Peter Madden & Keith Perry
EC Harris International/ARCAIDIA
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

How might the work of the American film director David Lynch speak to contemporary urban and architectural concerns?
Planning
The Californian Fast Train Project: Prospects and
challenges of a US mega rail project

The Californian Fast Train Project: Prospects and challenges of a US mega rail project

11 March 2015

Prof. Robert Cervero
Director, Institute of Urban & Regional Development and Director, University of California Transportation Centre
University of California at Berkeley
Architecture
Peter Testa – Bartlett International Lecture Series

Peter Testa – Bartlett International Lecture Series

18 March 2015

The digital paradigm is shifting from the Euclidean space of computer modeling tools to a post-medium condition characterised by the layering of workflows and technologies of mixed resolution. The work of Testa/Weiser ...
Planning
Hinkley Point C: The first UK
nuclear power mega-project for a generation

Hinkley Point C: The first UK nuclear power mega-project for a generation

25 March 2015

Dr. Nigel Knee
Head of External Affairs, Nuclear New Build UK
EDF Energy