Archive for the ‘Architecture & Civil Engineering’ Category

Fancy a change? Take a Wed lunchtime exhibition tour

Experts in the fields of engineering & contemporary arts practice bring their unique perspective to sculpture & hydraulics.

Andrew Heath inaugural: Building with the ground: 1 Mar

In his inaugural lecture Andrew Heath, Professor in Geomaterials in the Department of Architecture & Civil Engineering, will focus on how unsuitable developments on particular sites can increase costs and impacts, and how we can develop more sustainable construction materials using the ground.

Free online course - Modern Building Design: starts 27 Feb

Learn how climate change, technology & regulation are changing modern building design & professional practice in construction.

Graduate's project wins best in UK & best in Europe

Michael Lewis' MArch project has won both the 3DReid Student Prize and European Architectural Medal

ACE graduate's film nominated by BAFTA for Best British Short

Richard John Seymour, an Architecture alumnus, who now works as a photographer, filmmaker and designer, has been shortlisted for a BAFTA for his film 'Consumed' - a cinematic journey through the landscapes and factories of Chinese production.

Eminent architect Keith Bradley awarded honorary degree

Keith Bradley has received an honorary degree from the University of Bath in recognition of his distinguished career in architectural practice.

Anniversary lecture: Learning with Bath - Sense and Sensibility

Keith Bradley, a graduate of Bath and Senior Partner at Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, will be giving a 50th Anniversary Lecture and receiving an Honorary Degree.

ACE graduate wins European Architectural Medal for uni project

The judges commented on Michael Lewis' work : "The project correctly combines regard for energy use and sustainability of materials with the characteristics of user needs; it tackles the problem of contextualising in a decaying city, looking for responsible urban regeneration."

Syrian student looks ahead after PhD

After three years at Bath, Ammar Azzouz is now looking to make his impact on the world

Civil Eng student wins prestigious industrial placement award

Congratulations Alexander Relf who has received a prestigious inaugural award from the Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA) for his performance during a placement year.

Film screening of My Architect at The Edge: Tue 18 Oct

Keith Bradley of award-winning architects Feilden Clegg Bradley joins the post-film discussion.

Innovative new research will help better our understanding of waves

An international research project led by the University of Bath is investigating the impact of waves on coastlines using novel laser measurement devices.

MCMC thematic semester

Take part to further the use of Markov Chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) method in research across campus

ACE's new woodwork & timber engineering workshop is ready

Julian Sulley, Director of Technical Services in the Faculty of Engineering & Design, blogs about some of the recent improvements to facilities in 4 East South, which are ready for student use in the coming academic year.

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Syria: digital architecture can help rebuild ancient cities

Ammar Azzouz writes for the Conversation.

Internet of Things: Engineering student's winning idea

Ka Man Wong, a student on our MSc Modern Building Design course, has been recognised by Bosch for her innovative idea of a computerised recycling container that could incentivise consumers to recycle waste materials.

The way ahead for marine renewable energy research

The University of Bath hosted the prestigious 3rd PRIMaRE Conference to address challenges facing the marine renewable energy industry at the regional, national and international level.

Recent ACE graduate wins £1,000 3DReid Student Prize

Michael Lewis won the prize for the ’maturity of thinking and attention to detail of his beautifully illustrated and modelled scheme’ according to head judge Mark Taylor, Chief Executive of 3DReid.

Six research teams win EPSRC Global Challenge funding

Six projects, based on our University research strengths in water, built environment, sustainability and health, and coupled with our international development expertise, will contribute towards the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.

All students on innovative MSc find placements

100% of 2015 MSc Modern Building Design cohort go off on placement with our industrial partners