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Will McDowall appointed to take over as Course Director of UCL Energy Institute’s MSc Economics & Policy of Energy and Environment

Will McDowall appointed to take over as Course Director of UCL Energy Institute’s MSc Economics & Policy of Energy and Environment

27 February 2015

UCL-Energy Senior Researcher Will McDowall has been appointed to take over as Course Director of UCL Energy Institute’s MSc Economics & Policy of Energy and Environment. Will joined UCL in 2010, having previously been a Policy Advisor with the National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy (NRTEE), in ...

Architecture
Bartlett students win 2015 Arup prize

Bartlett students win 2015 Arup prize

27 February 2015

Bartlett PhD student 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 of five entries shortlisted for the Arup prize, which aims to shine a light on emerging architectural ...

CASA
Climate Change by Numbers, featuring Dr Hannah Fry

Climate Change by Numbers, featuring Dr Hannah Fry

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 ...

Architecture
Urban Design grad to present at 'Adhocracy' exhibition

Urban Design grad to present at 'Adhocracy' exhibition

Bartlett MArch Urban Design graduate Maritina Koutsoukou has been selected to present her work at the Adhocracy exhibition and symposium taking place at the Onassis Cultural Centre in Athens this April.

Architecture
Urban Tales exhibition

Urban Tales exhibition

An exhibition of architectural drawings by three award-winning recent graduates from The Bartlett School of Architecture’s MArch Architecture Unit 10, Ned Scott, Nick Elias and Anja Kempa. ‘Urban Tales’ explores the fictitious ...

DPU
Policymakers attend student presentations on tackling economic development in London

Policymakers attend student presentations on tackling economic development in London

On the first Friday of February students from the MSc Urban Economic Development delivered the findings of a series of mini consultancy assignments to members of the Greater London Authority, the Department for ...

Architecture
InnoChain PhD vacancies at The Bartlett

InnoChain PhD vacancies at The Bartlett

Three fully-funded PhD fellowships in design communication, simulation and robotics are available at The Bartlett School of Architecture as part of InnoChain, an innovation European Training Network funded by the EU’s Horizon ...

Heritage
European Network on Heritage Values

European Network on Heritage Values

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.

Energy
Smart Grid Article by Business Reporter Features Dr. Catalina Spataru

Smart Grid Article by Business Reporter Features Dr. Catalina Spataru

Dr. Catalina Spataru, now a Lecturer in Energy Systems and Networks at the UCL Energy Institute, was interviewed by Joanne Frearson  of Business Reporter for an article titled ‘Power grids must become integrated ...

Architecture
Bartlett alumni exhibit at Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios

Bartlett alumni exhibit at Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios

A group of Bartlett Architecture alumni have created a mobile artist’s studio, The Observatory, which has recently been completed and is to be exhibited by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios.

Architecture
Bartlett alum exhibits at Dreamspace gallery

Bartlett alum exhibits at Dreamspace gallery

Bartlett Architecture Alum Farzana Kazi-Hossain and interior designer Sabina Grabauskaite are to exhibit together in a new exhibition of paintings at Adrem’s Dreamspace gallery, ‘Fluidity to Motif’. Kazi-Hossain presents a series of ...

The Bartlett
45: In support of subversive strategies and crazy ideas

45: In support of subversive strategies and crazy ideas

In April 2014 the Royal Academy set out an open call for architect-led multidisciplinary teams to put forward bold new ideas for reimagining the area of Mayfair directly to the north of their ...

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 ...

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 ...

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.

IEDE
Urban social housing resilience to excess summer heat

Urban social housing resilience to excess summer heat

IEDE staff contribute to special issue of BRI journal

Architecture
Bartlett tutors on AJ Small Projects 2015 shortlist

Bartlett tutors on AJ Small Projects 2015 shortlist

MSA-Gruff and Flanagan Lawrence, the practices of Bartlett School of Architecture tutors Rhys Cannon, Matthew Springett and Paul Bavister have been named as finalists in the AJ's 2015 Small Projects shortlist.

A ...

Planning
New Paper: Improving Interchanges in China: the Experiential Phenomenon

New Paper: Improving Interchanges in China: the Experiential Phenomenon

This paper examines the development of multimodal passenger rail hubs as part of the high-speed rail (HSR) network in the People’s Republic of China (PRC). The instrumental, attitudinal and affective experience of ...

Architecture
New book: Falling by Kreider + O'Leary

New book: Falling by Kreider + O'Leary

Copy Press have published Falling, a jointly-authored book written by Bartlett School of Architecture Lecturer James O’Leary and alum Dr Kristen Kreider.

ISR
Call Open: Research Catalyst Grants

Call Open: Research Catalyst Grants

The UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources and UCL Grand Challenge for Human Wellbeing invite applications for grants of up to £10,000 from UCL staff, as part of the 2015 ‘Global Food Security ...

DPU
DPU summerLab 2014 pamphlet now out - free download

DPU summerLab 2014 pamphlet now out - free download

The DPU summerLab 2014 series pamphlet is finally available online! You can download the document (pdf) for free or view the document below. 

Architecture
Bartlett among top Architecture Schools in Europe

Bartlett among top Architecture Schools in Europe

The Bartlett School of Architecture has been featured in Domus Magazine's prestigious 'Top 100 European school's of Architecture and Design 2015'. The acclaimed Domus Magazine published its annual guide of the ...

Architecture
Bartlett part of pioneering new research network: InnoChain

Bartlett part of pioneering new research network: InnoChain

The Bartlett School of Architecture is one of six European research institutions and 14 leading practices from Austria, Denmark, Germany, Spain, Sweden and the UK to join forces in a new research network ...

Architecture
International Seminar: RIO@RIO

International Seminar: RIO@RIO

Sophia Psarra with PhD students Cauê Capillé, Kimon Krenz and Fani Kostourou are organising an international seminar RIO@RIO to be held at GSSAP Columbia University's Studio X in Rio de Janeiro.