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Martin Centre Research Seminars: 51st Series

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The Martin Centre Research Seminar Series is one of the longest running in the field (51st annual series), and is hosted and supported by the Martin Centre for Architectural and Urban Studies; the research arm of the Department of Architecture.

The seminars are informal in format and include a 45-minute talk from the invited speaker, followed by 15-minutes of questions and answers. They are typically well-attended by both staff and students of the Department, as well as members from the wider University and Cambridge community. The seminars are video recorded for Martin Centre records, and subject to the speaker’s approval may be released to either University members only or the general public.

Theme for the 51st annual series:

The topic for this forthcoming series will frame the discussions around the common ground between theory and practice, with particular focus on ‘Architecture and Energy’. Please find Term Cards and seminar posters posted on the righthand side of this page.

Time and Location:

The Martin Centre Research Seminars are now online Zoom webinars.

**IMPORTANT: we have now moved from 1.15pm to 3pm GMT (UK Time) to accommodate speakers and audience in other time zones.

Registration details for Lent Term seminars:

27 January 2021 – Philip Steadman – Energy, Density and Built Form – https://bit.ly/3sn14k4

3 February 2021 – Patrick Lynch – Discourse and Discipline: On Civic Ground and Mimesis in Architecture – https://bit.ly/38HD3fM

10 February 2021 – Sergio Altomonte – Sustaining Well-Being: the Energy-Human Nexus – https://bit.ly/38C3iUK 17 February 2021 – Colin Ellard – Our Universal Attraction to Vitality and Its Implications for the Built Environment – https://bit.ly/3qhf6BU

3 March 2021 – Simon Allford – Constructing the Idea: a Low-Carbon Future – https://bit.ly/3sjS2nL 10 March 2021 – Fionn Stevenson – Performance Follows Inhabitant Practice: Evaluation(s) of Housing Energy Demand – https://bit.ly/38HrC7u

Previous lectures are now available on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLoPknclV9jabAbZ-v629oEwuuQSjQWaT9

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Conveners:

ZhiKai Peng zp254@cam.ac.uk

Natcha Ruamsanitwong nr468@cam.ac.uk

Yue Ying yy424@cam.ac.uk Louise Luo yl637@cam.ac.uk

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NEUROSCIENCE, WELL-BEING AND URBAN DESIGN: OUR UNIVERSAL ATTRACTION TO VITALITY

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