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Biography Natalie's background is in Building Physics and Sustainable Building Design: (MRes - 1998) from the Institute for Applied Science in Lyon (INSA) in Civil Engineering and Building Physics and (MSc - 2017) from Edinburgh Napier University. She is a PhD candidate in the Scottish Energy Centre, where she is doing research on Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) in Schools.
Natalie has delivered projects related to building performance evaluation. She has established experience of sensor deployment, data transmission and analysis. She has raised more than £200K in research and consultancy projects since joining Edinburgh Napier University.
Natalie is an Associate Fellow of Higher Education and has been teaching Building Services Engineering (3rd year UG).
Research Interests Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)
Healthy Buildings
Impact of the Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) on workers
Living Building Challenge
Teaching and Learning Natalie is an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA) and has been involved in supervising and teaching undergraduate and postgraduate modules including:
Building Services Engineering
Strategic Management