Find out about The Bartlett Research Grants Scheme 2020.
A spirit of collaboration
The first round of the Bartlett Research Grants Scheme 2020 has now concluded. This new scheme, piloted by the Faculty for the 2020-21 academic year, focuses on ‘early career researchers’ working individually or in small teams (within or across the Faculty’s Schools and Institutes), to help kick start new ideas, collaborations, and/or develop larger project proposals to external funders.
A total fund of £50,000 has been awarded for 2020-21, to support five projects of up to £10,000. The Bartlett is the UK’s broadest faculty of the built environment, but our real strength is the power of collaboration, and we have a range of funding opportunities in place to promote cross-disciplinary research.
Meet the awardees
- Dr Kostas Grigoriadis
Department: The Bartlett School of Architecture
Project: Minimising Building Envelope Heat Losses through Functional Gradation
Co-applicants: Dr Samuel Stamp and Ioanna Tsoulou (Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering)
- Dr Daniel Fitzpatrick
Department: The Bartlett School of Planning
Project: Mutualism for Community Hubs (MUCH)
- Dr Manos Chaniotakis
Department: UCL Energy Institute
Project: Reducing Emissions for Last Mile logistics (RELM)
- Dr Vincenzo De Lipsis
Department: UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources
Project: Energy consumption in the age of resource limits
- Dr Laura Florez-Perez
Department: The Bartlett School of Construction and Project Management
Project: An advanced machine learning-based approach for prediction of task productivity in construction projects
Co-applicant: Dr Fateme Dinmohammadi (Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis)
For more information, please contact the Bartlett Faculty Research and Enterprise Manager, Ella Sivyer: email@example.com