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Dr Phillip Biddulph
Room 101
Central House
14 Upper Woburn Place
  • Senior Research Associate
  • Bartlett School Env, Energy & Resources
  • Faculty of the Built Environment

Phillip has a PhD in High Energy Particle Physics. He is a Senior Research Associate at the UCL Energy Institute. Phill’s research interests are primarily in measurement, modelling and analysis of energy use, building fabric, building ventilation and health data.

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Phill’s research interests build on his experience in Particle Physics, Astrophysics, and Acarology. He has an active interest in applying the tools and techniques – measurement, experimental design, data analysis etc – of these disciplines in the energy demand domain, in relation to relevant policy and economic issues. Phill is actively involved in research on heat loss through building fabric, airborne pollutants, health impacts of building design and use and the analysis and interpretation of energy use data.

  Senior Research Associate Energy Institute  , United Kingdom
Academic Background
1991 PhD Doctor of Philosophy – High-Energy Physics Queen Mary and Westfield College
1987 BSc Hons Bachelor of Science (Honours) – Physics Queen Mary and Westfield College
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