Lunchtime Research Seminars

The Lunchtime Research Seminars are being held again this semester. Running every Wednesday from Week 3 through to Week 10 we have an impressive and diverse line-up of speakers.

All seminars are held in G04A, School of Architecture, between 13.00-14.00 (unless otherwise stated), lunch provided, 40 minute talk with Q&A to follow.

Spring Seminars

5th February Nick Webb
12th February David Chow
12th February Soumyen Bandyopadhyay (evening Lecture)
19th February Ataa Alsalloum
4th March Rob Kronenburg 
11th March Roberto Cruz
18th March Steve Sharples
22nd April Neil Jackson (evening Lecture)

Autumn Seminars

9th October Andrew Crompton What Does a Music Look Like?
16th October Patrick Zamarian Education at the Architectural Association
23rd October Christina Malathouni  Preston Bus Station - from threats of demolition to the longlist of the RIBA Stirling Prize 2019: a case study on the blurring of new and old architecture
30th October Katerina Antonopoulou Mass Representation: unfolding conflict through the filmic representation of crowds in crisis Athens
6th November Barnabas Calder "Architectural history declares..." A long view of the relationship between architecture and energy
13th November Richard Koeck If These Walls Could Talk: A Mixed Reality Heritage Experience
20th November James Hillson Linearity and the Gothic Style: Architectural Conception in England and France, 1200-1400
27th November Nick Webb Tracing the Past: a digital analysis of the south west choir aisle vaults at Wells cathedral