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Mr Clive Shrubsole
413
Central House
14 Upper Woburn Place
London
London
WC1H ONN
Appointment
  • Senior Research Associate
  • Bartlett School Env, Energy & Resources
  • Faculty of the Built Environment
Biography

Clive holds a PhD from UCL. His thesis is titled "Changes in Exposure to PM2.5 in Dwellings: An Unintended Consequence of Energy Efficient Refurbishment of the Housing Stock". He also holds a first class BSc (Hons) degree in Environmental Sciences from the University of Greenwich and an HNC in Building and Civil Engineering and is interested in the consequences of and adaptation to climate change within the built environment.

He  has a wide range of industrial and professional management expertise gained within the construction sector primarily involving project management and the application of specialist material science and technologies. He was a member of the multiple awarding winning Carbon8 Systems Ltd; developing zero-carbon building materials from various waste streams using carbon dioxide sequestration technology and later involved in airborne pollutant monitoring.

A longstanding committee member of the UK Indoor Environments Group (UKIEG), he is also Assistant Editor of Indoor and Built Environment, a peer-reviewed research journal published by SAGE.

He is passionate regarding the need for effectively disseminating research in a variety of formats, and produces guides for the ARCC network, UCL blogs, articles for the press, book chapters, peer-reviewed journal papers as well as communicating via twitter, internet websites and various other electronic media.

He has a keen personal interest in environmental issues on both a local and global scale and is a Green Champion at University College London.




Research Summary


Clive Shrubsole is a Senior Research Associate - Environmental and Healthy Buildings, within the UCL Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering, of The Bartlett School of Environment Energy and Resources currently investigating the determinants of CO exposure in the English housing stock, modelling current and possible future risks.

He specialises in the formation, movement and impact of airborne pollutants particularly as this affects the indoor environment and health and is a member of the Complex Built Environment Systems Group (CBES) at UCL and the IBPSA.

Utilising complex micro environmental modelling approaches to investigate changes in the indoor environment in the context of policy objectives, Clive explores the adaptation of the built environment to a warming climate using energy efficient retrofit technologies and ventilation strategies. In addtion, he uses active and passive monotoring techniques to investigate indoor exposures of a variety of airborne pollutants.

Teaching Summary
Lecturing and Teaching include

MSc Health, Wellbeing in Sustainable Buildings (MSc HWSB).
Leads MSc Module BENVGEEF - Indoor Air Quality in Buildings

MSc Built Environment: Environmental Design and Engineering (EDE)
Contributes to Modules  BENVGEE2: Health and Comfort in Buildings: BENVGEE:
Low Energy Building Retrofit
Lecturing in a variety of topics including: Climate Change Impacts, Air Pollution, the Built Environment and Health, City Scale Impacts of Air Pollution, Unitended Consequences of Low-Energy Retrofitting and How to Conduct a Literature Review

Coursework

Modelling Ventilation and Indoor Air Quality in Buildings for MSc HWSB
Tutorial and Design Exercises for Modelling in CONTAM, a Multizone airflow and contaminant transport analysis software.
Supervision of PhD students
Supervision of course work and MSc dissertations (EDE) for students using modelling and monitoring techniques.



Appointments
01-OCT-2012 Senior Reserch Associate UCL Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering Bartlett School Env, Energy & Resources Faculty of the Built, United Kingdom
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