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Britain’s building stock: a carbon challenge

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Michael Kelly has held the position of Prince Philip Professor of Technology since September 2002. He is also a Fellow of Trinity Hall, a Visiting Professor at the University of Surrey, and recently the Cambridge Executive Director of the Cambridge – MIT Institute. Since July 2006 he has been both part-time Chief Scientific Advisor to the Department for Communities and Local Government, and non-executive director of the Laird Group plc. His research interests include examining the manufacturability (or otherwise) of whole families of devices that rely on tunnelling effects and on hot electron injection, and the use of ion-implantation in fabricating novel devices in semiconductor multilayers.

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