The Centre of Sustainable Technologies at the University of Ulster is an
inter-disciplinary research centre challenging many aspects of sustainability
associated with the built environment. Typically consisting of over 30 academics
and researchers, it seeks to undertake ground-breaking activities in such areas
as architecture, building energy efficiency, clean combustion, construction,
highways engineering, sustainability, renewable energy and river hydraulics.
While all these areas are critically important to a rapidly changing built
environment reacting to climate change, the dominant research activity in terms
of income and activity is energy.
For further information contact:
Professor Neil Hewitt
Centre for Sustainable Technologies
School of The Built Environment
University of Ulster
Tel: 44 (0)28 9036 8566