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Dr Máté Lőrincz

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Building location

Chancellor's building

Areas of interest

  • Time use and energy demand
  • The effect of the institutional organisations on residential energy demand
  • The social dimensions of sustainable energy technologies
  • Public engagement with community energy projects
  • Post-normal science for decision-making on energy policy issues



CE1CSE -   Construction site engineering (UG Year 1)

CE1MSA -  Materials and Structural Analysis (UG Year 1)

CE1CES -   Empirical Studies (UG Year 1)

CE3DPR-    Design Project 3 (UG Year 3)

CEM241-    Energy and the Environment (MSc)

Contributing to:

CE1CCS – Construction Science (UG Year 1)

CE2CLP – Construction Live Project (UG Year 2)

CEM221-Energy in Buildings (MSc)

Research projects


Dr. Lőrincz’s research addresses questions on residential energy consumption behaviour and associated environmental impacts.

In his research, he investigates the implications of institutional organisations on residential energy demand, as well as the impact of smart technologies on residential energy consumption.

His work has been applied to issues of energy demand-side management and smart building control systems.

Academic qualifications

  • Post-Doctoral Research Assistant 2018-2022 (University of Reading)
  • Phd 2017 (Keele University, School of Geography Geology and the Environment)
  • MSc 2012 (Coimbra University, Energy for Sustainability)
  • BSc in Economics 2007 (University of Babes-Bolyai, Economics)

Professional bodies/affiliations


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