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The Bartlett School of Environment, Energy and Resources

The Bartlett School of Environment, Energy and Resources (BSEER) is home to the Faculty’s Institutes that specialise in Energy, Environment, Resources and Heritage.

The role of the school is to facilitate the Institutes and help them establish themselves and grow, enabling them to focus on and develop their academic direction and strategies.

How does BSEER work?

BSEER serves two principal functions. It provides a framework for administrative support to the four Institutes, combining expertise in, amongst other things, management and delivery of research proposals, multi-disciplinary projects and teaching programmes.

The School also provides a collaborative and flexible environment for the four Institutes to share knowledge and resources. Staff have the opportunity to move between disciplines and engage with the School’s shared problem domains of Energy, Environment, Resources and Heritage.

BSEER allows staff to participate more easily in multidisciplinary research to solve real-world problems, both at The Bartlett and in the wider UCL community.

Browse the sections and follow the Institute links below to find out more.

Programmes

The four institutes that make up BSEER offer a range of postgraduate and PHD, MPhil and EngD programmes.

Follow the links below to find out more about specific courses, and how to apply.

Postgraduate

UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources

MSc in Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment
Joint with UCL-Energy, the aim of this new course is to give its students the essential knowledge that they need to understand, analyse and manage environment-resource-economy interactions. 

MSc in Sustainable Resources

UCL Energy Institute

MRes in Energy Demand Studies
The aim of the MRes in Energy Demand Studies is to provide a superb grounding in the required skills and knowledge to pursue a career in industry or academia. 

MSc Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment
Joint with UCL ISR, the aim of this new course is to give its students the essential knowledge that they need to understand, analyse and manage environment-resource-economy interactions. 

UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage

MRes SEAHA
The MRes Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage and Archaeology (SEAHA) is a new and pioneering Masters course delivering cross-disciplinary heritage science, i.e. science for the benefit of access to cultural heritage and for its conservation, interpretation and management.

MSc Sustainable Heritage
This innovative course is intended to develop a new generation of heritage leaders, bringing together all aspects of cultural heritage – historic buildings, collections, sites and landscapes – and best practice in heritage management.

UCL Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering

MSc Environmental Design & Engineering 
Our MSc EDE has been established for over 25 years and is one of the oldest in the United Kingdom. Our course is interdisciplinary in all its aspects, dealing with the environmental issues associated with buildings. 

MSc Light and Lighting
Established in 1987, UCL IEDE's MSc Light and Lighting (LL) is Europe's long-standing specialist graduate lighting course.  

MSc Health, Wellbeing and Sustainable Buildings 

MPhil, PhD and EngD programmes

The four Institutes that make up BSEER offer a range of postgraduate and PHD, MPhil and EngD programmes.

MPhil/PhD at UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage
As an MPhil or PhD student at ISH, you will work with people and partners that are engaged with real-world heritage projects and issues.
UCL Energy Institute

MPhil/PhD Energy at the UCL Energy Institute
At the UCL Energy Institute, students work alongside experienced researchers in a dynamic, multidisciplinary environment. 
UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources

MPhil/PhD at UCL ISR
At the UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources, students work alongside experienced researchers in a dynamic, multidisciplinary environment. 

MPhil/PhD at the UCL Institute for Environmental Design & Engineering
IEDE offers research degrees across a full range of built environment disciplines including: Energy Use in Buildings, Building Stock Modelling, Healthy Buildings, Environmental Policy, Environmental Performance, Light and Lighting, Facility Management and Workplace Innovation.

EngD VEIV at the UCL Institute for Environmental Design & Engineering
EngD Virtual Environments, Imaging and Visualisation

Research

Research is at the core of the four Institutes that make up The Bartlett School of Environment, Energy and Resources.

The School creates a flexible environment for the four Institutes to share knowledge and resources. 

It gives staff the opportunity to move between disciplines and engage with the School’s shared problem domains of Energy, Environment, Resources and Heritage. 

BSEER allows staff to participate more easily in multidisciplinary research to solve real world problems, both at The Bartlett and the wider UCL community.

Find out more about the research happening within the four Institutes:

Partnerships

The Institutes that make up BSEER undertake partnerships with industry, government and other academic bodies, to ensure that the research carried our has a real-world impact.

Staff

Management

Tadj Oreszczyn
BSEER Director
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Philippa Shallard
BSEER School Manager
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Gael Anderson
Executive Assistant to the Director of BSEER and Director of UCL Energy Institute
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Teaching

Kate Rice
Acting WholeSEM Centre Manager
Programme Administrator (Postgraduate Research Programmes) - on secondment until 2017
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Mae Oroszlany
Programme Administrator (Postgraduate Research Programmes)
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Leila Tufekci
Programme Administrator (Postgraduate Research Programmes)
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Research

Kim Novelli
Research, Contracts and Operations Manager
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Len Williamson
Senior Research and Contracts Administrator
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Kate Rice
Acting WholeSEM Centre Manager
Programme Administrator (Postgraduate Research Programmes)
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James O'Toole
EUED Centres Coordinator
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Alison Parker
Centre Manager for the RCUK Centre for Energy Epidemiology & the London-Loughborough EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Research in Energy Demand
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Selina McCarthy
SEAHA CDT Centre Manager
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Mark Underhill 
Heritage Science Laboratory Technician 

Operations

Liz Milner
Acting Operations Manager
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Rosanna Seels 
Senior Staffing and School Administrator
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Carlos Huggins
Consultancy Manager
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Vig Seewoogoolam
Finance and IT Administrator
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Communications

Alexander Blackburn
BSEER Communications Manager
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Kiran Dhillon
Institute Administrator (UCL ISR)
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Rachel Kempsell
Institute Administrator (UCL IEDE)
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Daisy Voake
Institute Administrator (UCL ISH)
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Blogs

UCL Institute for Environmental Engineering and Design

UCL IEDE blog
Blogs written by UCL IEDE staff and students. Previous topics have included: Energy performance gap assessment, preparing our homes for a changing climate, vehicle emissions and street lighting.

UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources

UCL ISR blog
Blogs written by UCL ISR's staff and students. Previous topics have included: Energy in Mozambique, resource efficiency, climate change policy and shale gas development. 

Future Energy
The blog site of UCL’s Future Energy Associates. Authors of blogs will include Professor Paul Ekins, Dr Christophe McGlade and other staff from the UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources and UCL Energy Institute. 

UCL Energy Institute

UCL-Energy blog 
Blogs written by UCL-Energy's staff and students. Previous topics have included: The aftermath of the Paris COP agreement, shipping under scrutiny, diversity in architecture and the future of onshore wind farm subsidies.