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Read more at: EECi bids farewell and congratulations to Bryn and Asal
EECi bids farewell and congratulations to Bryn and Asal

EECi bids farewell and congratulations to Bryn and Asal

13 February 2019

Having completed their research at EECi, Bryn Pickering and Asal Bidarmaghz are moving on to positions abroad.


Read more at: Growing Underground simulation/monitoring in the news
Growing Underground simulation/monitoring in the news

Growing Underground simulation/monitoring in the news

11 June 2018

The ongoing monitoring and simulation work at the Growing Underground farm in Clapham, London is featured in the June edition of the CIBSE Journal. Since 2015, a team from the University of Cambridge’s Energy Efficient Cities initiative (EECi), led by Dr Ruchi Choudhary, has been collaborating with Growing Underground...


Read more at: EECi PhD student André elicits expert opinion on energy innovations in Indian households
EECi PhD student André elicits expert opinion on energy innovations in Indian households

EECi PhD student André elicits expert opinion on energy innovations in Indian households

5 June 2018

First year PhD student André travelled to Bangalore at the end of April to attend a workshop on Energy innovation for low-cost housing, hosted by the Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS). Fieldwork was also carried out, aimed at capturing the perspective of suppliers, entrepreneurs and engineers designing and...


Read more at: EECi students start departmental community of growers
EECi students start departmental community of growers

EECi students start departmental community of growers

21 November 2017

Two EECi students hosted an event to recruit urban farmers to grow edible plants in the James Dyson Building


Read more at: EECi PhD student Melanie Jans Singh in winning team for £24,000 Carbon Challenge Award
EECi PhD student Melanie Jans Singh in winning team for £24,000 Carbon Challenge Award

EECi PhD student Melanie Jans Singh in winning team for £24,000 Carbon Challenge Award

17 August 2017

Plant It Green, a team comprising of Melanie Jans Singh and fellow Future Infrastructure and Built Environment Centre for Doctoral training students Mark Allen and André Neto-Bradley, has been awarded £24,000 in the Carbon Challenge Award. The Cambridge Carbon Challenge is a competition inviting staff and students to...


Read more at: EECi member Rebecca Ward presents at the Teddinet-Ctech Non-domestic Energy Symposium

EECi member Rebecca Ward presents at the Teddinet-Ctech Non-domestic Energy Symposium

11 July 2017

On 26th June, Rebecca attended the Teddinet - Ctech Non-domestic Energy Symposium and presented a short summary of the occupant-related loads simulation analysis performed as part of the B.bem project. The symposium brought together participants from academia, industry and policy to share and discuss cutting-edge research...


Read more at: EECi welcomes visitors Hideki Kikumoto and Wonjun Choi from the University of Tokyo

EECi welcomes visitors Hideki Kikumoto and Wonjun Choi from the University of Tokyo

7 July 2017

In June Dr. Hideki Kikumoto and Dr. Wonjun Choi from the Institute of Industrial Science (IIS) at the University of Tokyo visited the EECI group to initiate collaboration on different applications of Bayesian techniques for computer model calibration. Based on the competence of the IIS regarding the evaluation of thermal...


Read more at: PhD Student Yohei Kiguchi Named in Forbes 30 under 30 for Europe Industry 2017

PhD Student Yohei Kiguchi Named in Forbes 30 under 30 for Europe Industry 2017

1 March 2017

Yohei, a final year PhD student at EECi, has been named among the most influential 30 individuals under 30 years old within European industry, by Forbes magazine. The magazine cites Yohei's two successful energy business ventures: Enechange (in Japan) and SMAP Energy (in the UK). SMAP Energy was born from Yohei's research...