Project partners

University College London

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Prof Mike Davies

Project lead

Mike is Professor of Building Physics and Environment at UCL and Deputy Director of UCL IEDE. He has expertise in the monitoring and modelling of buildings to understand how their energy consumption can be minimised whilst maintaining healthy and comfortable conditions.

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Dr Anna Mavrogianni

Co-lead

Anna is Associate Professor in Sustainable Building and Urban Design at UCL IEDE. She is an expert in indoor environmental quality and climate change adaptation, with a focus on indoor overheating and urban heat vulnerability mapping.

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Eleni Oikonomou

Research associate

Eleni is a Research Associate in Energy and Building Modelling at the UCL Energy Institute. She is actively involved in research on overheating modelling, thermal comfort and health data.

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Ioanna Tsoulou

Research fellow

Ioanna's is a Research Fellow in Building Physics and Urban Modelling Science at the Bartlett School of Environment, Energy & Resources. Her

research includes thermal and air quality performance of buildings and occupant behavior modeling.

Oxford Brookes University

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Prof Rajat Gupta

Co-lead

Rajat is Director of Oxford Institute for Sustainable Development (OISD) and Low Carbon Building Research Group. His research interests lie in evaluating building performance through post-occupancy evaluation tools and local energy mapping.

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Alastair Howard

Postdoctoral researcher

Alastair is a Postdoctoral researcher in the Low Carbon Building Research Group. He specialises in building performance monitoring and evaluation, and the relationships between people and the buildings in which they live and work.

London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

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Prof Paul Wilkinson

Co-lead

Paul is a clinical Professor of Environmental Epidemiology at LSHTM. He has made a substantial contribution to the development of research in the area of the built environment and health, climate change and air pollution.

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Dr Ai Milojevic

Postdoctoral researcher

Ai is an environmental epidemiologist with a background in GIS and spatial analysis. She has a broad range of research interests including air pollution and the effect of weather and indoor environment on health.