Wed 12th Nov, 7:30-9:30pm
Linden Close, Cambridge CB4 3JU
Ray Galvin, a researcher at both the Department of Architecture at Cambridge and the School of Economics and Business Studies at RWTH-Aachen University, Germany, shared his personal experience of putting technical understanding into practice in the home. His broad field of work is environmental science, with an interdisciplinary background in engineering, social sciences, policy studies, and more recently economics. At Cambridge he is currently researching the influence of aesthetic values on home energy-efficiency upgrade decisions.
Some of Ray’s research papers mentioned:
Solving mould and condensation problems (PDF)
Impediments to energy-efficient ventilation (abstract)
The UK homeowner-retrofitter as an innovator (abstract)
One of a series of practical events about putting inspiration into practice
– to make our homes low-energy and comfortable.