Learning from Lockdown : An Interdisciplinary Network Event
What can the lockdown teach us about interdisciplinary research where urban environments, behaviour, work, and energy concerns intersect?
The purpose of this event was to:
Shed light on the lived experiences of Warwick researchers and sharing research lessons learnt from navigating the pandemic.
Facilitate conversations and find synergies of interest which could lead to joint bidding on interdisciplinary research projects.
Building interdisciplinary research networks for impact and meaningful collaboration.
Entitled Learning from Lockdown, this webinar explored :
- Perception shifts as to the role and future patterns of work
- Analysis of regional energy consumption and the impact on the decarbonisation agenda
- Reflections on the ways societal expectations of urban environments are changing as a consequence of the Covid-19 pandemic.
10:00 - 10:10 Introduction and Welcome
|10:00 - 10:10||
Professor Michael Bradshaw
10:10 - 11:30 Presentations and Q&A
|10:10 - 10: 30||
Warwick’s Campus as a smart local energy system – lessons from lockdown
Joel Cardinal & Professor David Elmes
|10:30 - 10:50||
Researching workplace mental health before and during the pandemic
Dr Maria Wishart
Productivity and the Futures of Work GRP
|10:50 - 11:10||
Adapting to lockdown and beyond: A behavioural perspective
Professor Nick Chater
Behaviour, Brain and Society GRP
|11:10 - 11:30||
The post-pandemic city: Bouncing back or a new normal ?
Professor Jon Coaffee
Sustainable Cities GRP
11:30 - 12 Panel Discussion
Future direction of research, the funding environment and pathways for collaboration.
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