Research Fellow Low Carbon Building
Architecture, Building and Planning,Architecture and Building
Short info about job
Company: Oxford Brookes University
Department: Faculty of Technology, Design and Environment
Salary: £30,175 to £32,958
Hours: Full Time
Contract type: Fixed-Term/Contract
Type / Role: Academic or Research
Phone: +44-1387 7472869
Fax: +44-1360 4459045
Detail information about job Research Fellow Low Carbon Building. Terms and conditions vacancy
The School of Architecture, within the Faculty of Technology, Design and Environment are recruiting for a Research Fellow to help with the implementation of externally funded projects in the Low Carbon Building (LCB) Group. Some of the projects in LCB¿s portfolio include EPSRC funded Whole Life Performance plus, EU-funded ZERO PLUS and Innovate UK funded I-LIFE projects.
This is a fixed-term appointment for 24 months starting from 1st October 2017.
You will be responsible for:
- Implementation of externally funded projects in the Low Carbon Building (LCB) Group
- Developing robust monitoring protocols to measure the actual (in-situ) energy savings and environmental performance of these solutions in real case study buildings
- Monitoring the case studies and collect all energy and environmental data regarding their performance, as well as feedback from occupants
- Gathering knowledge and learning to undertake meta-analysis of Innovate UK's Building performance evaluation domestic projects
- Defining an effective monitoring and testing protocol by developing templates and data analytics to capture and analyse life-cycle housing performance information from design, construction, commissioning, handover and operation stages
- Preparation of papers for publication and making presentations at meetings and/or conferences.
You should have:
- A higher degree (MSc/MPhil/PhD) in architectural engineering, building services, architecture or similar discipline.
- Experience of undertaking monitoring and/or post-occupancy evaluation of buildings
- Experience of undertaking analysis of big datasets
- Experience of designing and analysing appropriate research tools, e.g. questionnaires and interviews.
- Experience of using dynamic thermal simulation packages such as IES
- Advanced knowledge of energy use and carbon emission reductions in UK buildings.