The Energy and Climate Change Division has been running a weekly ECCD Virtual Seminar Series, commencing from 23 June 2020.
The seminar is currently on hold.
Typically it will run every Wednesday lunchtime from 13:15-14:00 (BST) on Microsoft Teams.
One member of the ECCD team, or an invited speaker, will deliver a 20-30 minute talk on the topic of their choice, either related to their research or the research goals of the group. This will then be followed by 15 minutes of discussion with debate and idea generation for current and potential projects.
Please contact Dr Maj Alam at M.Alam@soton.ac.uk if you would like to join, present or have any questions about the seminar. We encourage a wide range of topics and discussions.
Previous topics discussed during the ECCD seminar include:
- Productive use of Electricity: PV Powered Cooling: Milk Centres in Rwanda – Dr Majbaul Alam, Research Fellow at the Energy and Climate Change Divison
- Load Growth in Existing Mini Grids and Future Challenges – Dr Luke Blunden, Research Fellow in Energy for Developmpent, Marine, Cities and the Built Environment
- New Approach to Determine the Importance Index for Developing Offshore Wind Energy Potential Sites – Dr Mostafa Mahdy, ECCD researcher
- A summary of tidal stream energy resource assessment and array optimisation – Dr Danny Coles, Research Fellow at the University of Plymouth
- Developing and Financing Mini-grids – a private sector perspective – Chirs Kanani, Winch Energy‘s Senior Business Developer
- Energy Modelling and Analytics in the Built Environment—A Review of Their Role for Energy Transitions in the Construction Sector – Dr Manfren Massimiliano, Lecturer in Energy in Buildings
- 3 minute thesis – Nasser Alghamdi, Sager Asulamy, Alois Klink, Ayah Mohamed, Ellis Ridett and Muhammad Talut, PhD researchers within the Energy and Climate Change Division PhD researchers
- Quantifying the potential of ultra-efficient houses to reduce seasonal electricity demand and enable greater renewable supply – Dr Ben Anderson, Principal Research Fellow within the Energy and Climate Change Division
- To what extent has the climate emergency strategy adopted by Southampton City Council met the objectives set for it? – Councillor Leggett, Southampton City Council Cabinet Member for Green City & Place
- Ten Point Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution – Dr Ben Anderson, Principal Research Fellow within the Energy and Climate Change Division
- Energy signature modelling for Measurement and Verification 2.0, state of the art and future research – Dr Manfren Massimiliano, Lecturer in Energy in Buildings
- Vortex induced vibrations of risers, and how to stop them – Professor John Chaplin
- Development of the Green City Performance Tracker – Dr Philip Turner and Dr Mostafa Mahdy, ECCD Research Fellows
- Impact of Solar PV Penetration on City Grids in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia – Sager Alsulamy ,ECCD Postgraduate Researcher
- Realising the Isle of Wight’s aspiration for renewable energy power generation and local consumption – Ellis Ridett, ECCD Postgraduate Researcher
- Tidal Energy and Sandbanks – Dr Luke Blunden, Research Fellow in Energy for Developmpent, Marine, Cities and the Built Environment
- Seasonality of Heat Deamnd in Social Housing – Victoria Aragon, Researcher in Energy and the Built Environment
- Future of Southampton, the 15-minute city – Dr Philip Turner, Research Fellow in Cities, Energy and Behaviour
- Introduction to Tableau – Dr Thomas Rushby, Research Fellow in Energy and Behaviour
- Energy Management at the University of Southampton – Jane Altounyan, Asst Energy Analyst, UoS Estates and Facilities
- Change Management: What’s in it for Me? – Nasser Alghamadi, ECCD Postgraduate Researcher
- Shoreline Change in Coastal Natural World Heritage Sites – a global assessment – Salma Sabour, ECCD Postgraduate Researcher
- A Conversation about Energy Sufficiency – Dr Thomas Rushby, Research Fellow in Energy and Behaviour
- SENSE: Paired Surveys – Inferential Analysis and Network Analysis? – Dr Stephanie Gauthier, Lecturer in Energy and Buildings
- Reflections about state of the art Building Energy Modelling – Dr Manfren Massimiliano, Lecturer in Energy in Buildings
- Benchmarking Fault Detection in Photovoltaics Using Thermographic Imagery and Machine Learning – Alois Klink, ECCD Postgraduate Researcher
- The effect of COVID-19 2020 lockdown on electricity consumption and associated direct green-house gas emissionss in Great Britain – Dr Ben Anderson, Principal Research Fellow within the Energy and Climate Change Division
ECCD Seminar video presentations
See below for select video summaries of the ECCD seminar presentations
- Post-Occupancy Evaluation methods for the built environment – Dr Stephanie Gauthier, Lecturer in Energy and Buildings