News

3 year full-time funded PhD studentship

10 Jan 2017 11:16 am

The Low Carbon Building (LCB) Research Group of the Oxford Institute for Sustainable Development (OISD) and School of Architecture are pleased to offer a three-year full-time PhD Studentship starting in April 2016. The studentship is funded by Oxford Brookes University to mark its 150th Anniversary and Industry.

The successful candidate will be based within the LCB Group, under the supervision of Professor Rajat Gupta (Director of OISD and LCB Group). We are looking to recruit a candidate of the highest quality and who is capable of submitting a PhD thesis within 3 years, to undertake a PhD in the following area of research.

Reducing the energy performance gap in housing

Full information can be found here

 

Upcoming events RSS feed

  1. JUL 06

    New Homes and Our Health

    The University of Sheffield, Lecture Theatre 6, The Arts Tower, Western Bank, Sheffield, S10 2TN

  2. JUL 14

    Passivhaus Workshop

    The National Self Build & Renovation Centre, Swindon, SN5 8UB

  3. JUL 18

    Site visit: Lovedon Fields

    Lovedon Fields, Kings Worthy, Winchester, Hampshire, SO23 7NJ.

Members Area RSS feed

  1. There are no current member news items.

Latest news RSS feed

  1. 17-5-17

    Presentations from Alternative Housing Models event

    The presentations from our Alternative Housing Models event kindly hosted by Winckworth Sherwood on 12th May 2017 are avail... Read more >

  2. 16-5-17

    British Gypsum seek partners to develop case studies that demonstrate benefits of alternative material use

    The Innovation Team at British Gypsum, a Good Homes Alliance Leader Member, are seeking to work with fellow GHA members to ... Read more >

  3. 5-5-17

    Encraft and Oxford Brookes University launch collaborative research on tackling overheating in new-build housing and extra-care homes

    Encraft and Oxford Brookes University launch collaborative research on tackling overheating in new-build housing and extra-... Read more >