UCL Energy Institute

Dr Jessica Few

Dr Jessica Few

Research Fellow in Data Science and End Use Energy Demand

Bartlett School Env, Energy & Resources

Faculty of the Built Environment

Joined UCL
10th Nov 2017

Teaching summary

Jess has been a Teaching Assistant for the Research Concepts module on the MSc EPEE course. She has also delivered lectures on collecting empirical data for the ERBE PhD programme.


Jess is a Research Fellow in the UCL Energy Institute funded by the Smart Energy Research Laboratory (SERL).

Before her appointment, Jess was part of the London-Loughborough EPSRC Center for Doctoral Training (LoLo). Her doctoral research explored ventilation in occupied homes, focussing on measurement of ventilation rates, parameters affecting adequacy of ventilation and how technical and social factors combine to influence ventilation in homes.

Jess graduated from Durham University with a Master of Physics degree. Prior to her PhD she was a Research Scientist at the National Physical Laboratory, where she worked on quantifying and spatially mapping the emission of gases from industrial processes.