2016 Graham Treloar Early Career Researcher Fellowship
The Transport, Health and Urban Design Research Hub congratulates Dr Kerry Nice, a THUD Research Fellow who has been awarded the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning's 2016 Graham Treloar Early Career Researcher Fellowship.
Named after the late Associate Professor Graham Treloar, an internationally renowned researcher in the field of embodied energy, the fellowship is an endowment fund to provide financial support to an Early Career Researcher from the ABP Faculty, to bolster their research career in their chosen specialty.
Dr Nice was awarded the fellowship for the development of his research project 'Urban canyon mean radiant temperatures predictions through mining Google Street View imagery and neural network machine learning'.
The fellowship is jointly funded by an ABP Research ECR Project Grant.