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Architects working on minor domestic works: we want to talk to you!

Architects working on minor domestic works: we want to talk to you!

21 May 2015

Are you an architect who has worked on minor domestic works for at least three years? We’d like to talk to you.

IEDE
IEDE researcher works on informal urban settlements installation on display at Southbank Centre

IEDE researcher works on informal urban settlements installation on display at Southbank Centre

21 May 2015

UCL IEDE Research Associate, Dr Claire McAndrew, is part of an interdisciplinary team working on the project entitled "3x4 exploring metaspace platforms for inclusive future cities". The interactive, telepresent installation was designed for public audiences in Delhi and London and is now on show at London's Southbank Centre as ...

Energy
Join us: Research Associate (RA) in Energy Systems Modelling

Join us: Research Associate (RA) in Energy Systems Modelling


We are seeking to appoint a Research Associate to undertake dedicated projects in energy systems analysis as part of the UK’s leading energy systems and modelling research team. You will work on ...

Energy
UCL Energy Institute welcomes the appointment of the new Minister for Shipping and Ports, Robert Goodwill MP

UCL Energy Institute welcomes the appointment of the new Minister for Shipping and Ports, Robert Goodwill MP

UCL Energy Institute welcomes the appointment of the new Minister for Shipping and Ports, Robert Goodwill MP. Tristan Smith, Lecturer in Energy and Transport at UCL-Energy said:

Architecture
Balfron Tower: A building archive

Balfron Tower: A building archive

Bartlett School of Architecture PhD student David Roberts has launched a new website ’Balfron Tower: a building archive’, the outcome of three years of doctoral research with current and former residents of Ern ...

The Bartlett
Bartlett Visiting Research Fellowships, 2015-16

Bartlett Visiting Research Fellowships, 2015-16

As part of its annual Visiting Research Fellows programme, The Bartlett is offering five Visiting Research Fellowships to cutting-edge scholars and practitioners from any cognate discipline to be resident with us in central ...

ISR
Resources:Framed Photography Competition Results

Resources:Framed Photography Competition Results

Congratulations to Alex Ma, a student at UCL Geography for his winning image of working tanneries in Marrakesh (above). Alex says of the image:

Energy
Cutting the shipping sector’s CO2 emissions in line with global climate change targets needs a new approach

Cutting the shipping sector’s CO2 emissions in line with global climate change targets needs a new approach

Cutting the shipping sector’s CO2 emissions in line with global climate change targets will need an approach that goes beyond current regulations, according to a new report by researchers from the Shipping ...

ISR
Global food Security: Call for Papers

Global food Security: Call for Papers

The call for papers for the 2015 BHP Billiton Sustainable Communities/UCL Grand Challenges Symposium on Global Food Security is now open.

The Bartlett
The Bartlett takes second place in QS World Rankings for Built Environment field

The Bartlett takes second place in QS World Rankings for Built Environment field

The Bartlett has taken second place to MIT in the latest league table for architecture and the built environment in the newly published QS World Rankings 2015, but topped the list of European ...

Energy
UCL-Energy Director Bob Lowe comments on Amber Rudd's appointment as Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change

UCL-Energy Director Bob Lowe comments on Amber Rudd's appointment as Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change

On May 11th Amber Rudd was named new Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change. UCL Energy Institute Director Bob Lowe sees this as a positive step for the UK's energy ...

ISR
ISR staff win UCL Media Award

ISR staff win UCL Media Award

Congratulations to UCL ISR Research Associate, Dr Christophe McGlade (pictured right), and Director, Prof Paul Ekins, who last week won the UCL News Story of the Year award at last week's UCL ...

Architecture
Dr Kerstin Sailer wins UCL Provost's Teaching Award

Dr Kerstin Sailer wins UCL Provost's Teaching Award

We are delighted to announce that Dr Kerstin Sailer, Lecturer in Complex Buildings at The Bartlett School of Architecture's Space Syntax Laboratory, has won the 2015 UCL Provost's Individual Teaching Award.

Energy
UCL Energy Institute researchers inform Welsh Government’s ‘Smarter Living’ plan

UCL Energy Institute researchers inform Welsh Government’s ‘Smarter Living’ plan

Researchers from UCL Energy Institute’s new People, Energy and Buildings Research Group were invited to speak at two Welsh Government events in February aimed at informing their ‘Smarter Living’ initiative.

The project ...

Heritage
EPSRC Studentship - Metrology of crowd sourced data in heritage science

EPSRC Studentship - Metrology of crowd sourced data in heritage science

The UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage invites applications for a fully funded 4-year PhD studentship funded by the EPSRC (subject to eligibility)

Planning
Six BSP Staff Nominated for UCLU Student Choice Teaching Awards

Six BSP Staff Nominated for UCLU Student Choice Teaching Awards

We are delighted to announce that six members of academic staff from the Bartlett School of Planning have been recognised for their continued contribution to Outstanding TeachingOustanding Personal Support and Outstanding Researcher ...

CASA
UCL Public Event of the Year Award for Team CASA

UCL Public Event of the Year Award for Team CASA

Last night CASA received an award at the UCL Communication and Culture Awards ceremony for Public Event of the Year. The UCL Communication and Culture Awards recognise the hard work that people at ...

Planning
SmallWorld Urbanism Thrives Under the Impetus of Bartlett Students

SmallWorld Urbanism Thrives Under the Impetus of Bartlett Students

SmallWorld Urbanism is a company created by former and current students of Bartlett School of Planning, which has been slowly building up in to a community focused planning, design and engagement organisation working ...

Planning
IPF Commissions New Research into International Liquidity

IPF Commissions New Research into International Liquidity

Following a competitive tendering process, the Bartlett School of Planning's Professor Pat McAllister and Dr Nicola Livingstone have been appointed by the Investment Property Forum (IPF) to investigate how liquidity varies across ...

The Bartlett
Applications open for EPSRC Vacation Bursaries

Applications open for EPSRC Vacation Bursaries

Interested in a summer project? Are you an undergraduate student considering a research career? Two ESPRC summer vacation bursaries are currently available for Bartlett undergraduate students looking to gain practical first-hand experience of ...

CASA
Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)
honours top geographers

Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) honours top geographers

Professor Michael Batty and Paul Theroux have both been awarded Royal Medals as part of a series of awards that recognise extraordinary achievement in geographical research, fieldwork and teaching, photography and public engagement.

Energy
EnergyWise launches project to assess the impact of smart meters on fuel-poor and vulnerable customers

EnergyWise launches project to assess the impact of smart meters on fuel-poor and vulnerable customers

The EnergyWise LCNF Project has launched a pilot study to test participant recruitment rates. This project is the first to assess the impact of smart meters on fuel-poor and vulnerable customers. Early progress ...

Architecture
Bartlett alumni to participate in Chicago Architecture Biennial

Bartlett alumni to participate in Chicago Architecture Biennial

Bartlett School of Architecture Alumni Safia Qureshi (Bartlett 2006) and Maxwell Mutanda (Bartlett 2008) have been selected to participate in the inaugural Chicago Architecture Biennial, which opens in October 2015 and promises to ...

Architecture
Bartlett ranked second in the world for Architecture 

Bartlett ranked second in the world for Architecture 

The Bartlett has taken second place in the QS World University Rankings 2015 for Architecture and the Built Environment, coming second to MIT and topping the list of UK universities. The faculty, the ...

Architecture
Urban Algae Folly at Milan Expo 2015

Urban Algae Folly at Milan Expo 2015

Urban Algae Folly, designed by ecoLogicStudio, the practice of Bartlett Lecturer Claudia Pasquero, is to be unveiled as part of the Future Food District project curated by Carlo Ratti Associati at the Milan ...