Loughborough University
Leicestershire, UK
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Loughborough University

HOTHOUSE: Hot water provision in homes; consumption, storage and lifestyle.

Researchers

Kerstin Leder Mackley:
Dr Kerstin Leder-Mackley Prior to LEEDR, Kerstin worked as a Research Fellow on the TOTeM project (Tales of Things and Electronic Memory) in the School of Engineering and Design at Brunel University. Her research background is in media and cultural studies, specifically qualitative audience research. Following her MA in Audience and Reception Studies at the University of Wales, her doctoral work investigated discourses of media-related ‘fear’ in three-generation families in Germany and the UK. On LEEDR she works alongside Sarah, producing visual and sensory ethnographies of domestic energy consumption and everyday digital media use. Homepage


Dashamir Marini:
Dr Dashamir Marini Dashamir is a graduate of University Polytechnic of Tirana, Department of Energy in 2005 where he obtained his master's degree in Mechanical Engineering. He worked for two years as an engineer at Petcor International Company (Inter-contractor of Vodafone Al. S.p.a company). He was awarded a PhD degree from Building Environment Science and Technology (BEST), University Polytechnic of Milan with on optimization and techno-economical performance evaluation of HVAC systems in a low energy residential building. Prior to joining LEEDR Dashamir was a post doctoral researcher at National University of Ireland Galway and now he is developing the monitoring data analysis. Homepage


Candy He:
Miss Roxana Morosanu Candy is an experienced building energy modeller who has developed an extensive knowledge of modelling buildings, domestic buildings in particular, and the systems for providing heating and hot water. She has experience of developing numerical models in Fortran 77 and Fortran 90, and writing applications in C, C# and Python. Homepage








Research Alumni

Dan Quiggin:
Miss Roxana Morosanu Dan is a physicist who has just completed his PhD in modeling future energy scenarios. He is also director of Demand Energy Equality which aims to educate low income householders in PV panels. Dan brings numerical analysis skills and energy futures insights to the project. Homepage



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