UCL Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering

Dr Constantin-Cosmin Ticleanu

Dr Constantin-Cosmin Ticleanu

Lecturer (Teaching)

Bartlett School Env, Energy & Resources

Faculty of the Built Environment

Joined UCL
1st Sep 2018

Teaching summary

MSc Light and Lighting - Lighting Fundamentals module leader


Technical University of Civil Engineering of Bucharest
Doctorate, Doctor of Philosophy | 2007


Cosmin joined The Bartlett in September 2018 to take up a part-time teaching role in the MSc Light and Lighting, where he leads the Lighting Fundamentals module. He also works as a Principal Consultant in Lighting for BRE, where he leads and undertakes consultancy and research projects for public and private sector customers into all aspects of electric lighting and daylighting. His areas of expertise include: energy efficient lighting; lighting impacts on well-being and performance; lighting surveys and optimisation; POE studies; light pollution; computer modelling of daylight and electric light; and delivering presentations and training on lighting. 
Prior to joining BRE in 2011, Cosmin worked for ten years in lighting design and research, including four years of academic experience in lighting and electrical engineering. Between 2012 and 2017 he was also a visiting lecturer in lighting at Brunel University.
Cosmin carries out research, measurements and computer modelling work in relation to the WELL Building Standard with a particular emphasis on the Light criteria.