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PhD Colloquium at the Department of Architecture

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Open to all. Followed by drinks reception.

The PhD Colloquium 2012 of the Department of Architecture at the University of Cambridge will showcase the research currently being undertaken within the Department, and provide an opportunity for PhD students to obtain feedback on their work.

This year, three final-year students will present their work, and three second-year students will present their initial ideas for comment.

We look forward to seeing you there!

SPEAKERS & TITLES :

Gillean Denny (Final year PhD) Reducing Fresh Produce GHG Emissions within UK Urban Planning Typologies: a Seasonal Life-Cycle Analysis of Tomato, Potato, and Apple Consumption in East Anglia and Greater London for Practitioners of Urban Agriculture

Peter Armitage (Second year PhD) Characterising the UK Non-Domestic Stock

Jie Zhu (Final year PhD) Application of a New Spatial Computable General Equilibrium Model for Assessing Strategic Transport and Land Use Development Options in London and Surrounding Regions

Nicola Mingotti (Second year PhD) Energy Saving and Thermal Mass

Ye Zhang (Final year PhD) Effect of the Street-Alleyway Network Upon Pedestrian Activities in the Old City of Beijing

Ranald Lawrence (Second year PhD) Local Centres of Civilisation: The Victorian Art School Typology

This talk is part of the PhD Colloquium - Dept of Architecture series.

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