Luciana graduated the University of Edinburgh with a BSc (Hons) in Ecological and Environmental Science (2014) and an MSc with Distinction in Sustainable Energy Systems (2016). She is now undertaking her PhD in the Department of Chemical Engineering, as part of the Grantham Institute for Climate Change and Environment's 'Science and Solutions for a Changing Planet' Doctoral Training Programme. Her project is 'A socio-technical framework to drive the introduction of energy efficiency measures for private households in the UK', supervised by Dr Adam Hawkes, Dr Chris Mazur and Dr Jeffrey Hardy.
Luciana has experience working on sustainability strategy and engagement, from her role in the University of Edinburgh's Department for Social Responsibility and Sustainability. She also has experience of building management and consultancy, most recently having worked with the International Citizen Service Entrepreneurship programme in Lusaka, Zambia. Her research interests are primarily focused on energy efficiency and sustainability in the built environment.
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Miu, L.M., 2015. The impact of climate change on wind power production in Scotland. In: WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment, vol. 206 (Eds Al-Kayiem, H.H., Brebbia, C.A., Zubir, S.S.). WIT Press, Ashurst. Partially reproduced by Sunday Times Scotland, 22nd March 2015.