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Anna Strzelecka

Job: Early Career Academic Fellow

Faculty: Technology

School/department: School of Engineering and Sustainable Development

Research group(s): Centre for Engineering Science and Advanced Systems (CESAS)

Address: De Montfort University, The Gateway, Leicester, LE1 9BH

T: +44 (0)116 257 7070

E: anna.strzelecka@dmu.ac.uk

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Personal profile

Anna is an Early Career Academic Fellow working on resource efficiency and sustainable development of households and communities. She is currently completing her PhD research that resulted from a project funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) "All-in-One: Feasibility Analysis of Supplying All Services through One Utility Product". She developed a simulation system that enables carrying out feasibility studies of delivering utility products to households or communities to satisfy human needs. She was also involved in the EU-funded project “Blueprints for Smart Cities: Developing the methodology for a coordinated approach to the integration of the water and waste sectors within the EIP Smart Cities and Communities” (BlueSCities) where she developed the City Amberprint™ – a set of indicators for energy, transport and ICT that assesses the sustainability of cities with respect to these three aspects. She was responsible for working with city councils in case study cites to collect information relevant to the project.

Anna is also involved in EU-funded projects. Her main objective is identification of users’ requirements and needs in Jerusalem for a web platform that is being developed in the project. She organises, jointly with the Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, the annual Polish-British Workshop which brings together young researchers from different backgrounds and at different stages of their careers, including PhD, undergraduate and MSc students. Anna is also a member of Barilla Center for Food and Nutrition (BCFN) Alumni Association.

Publications and outputs 

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Qualifications

  • MSc in Applied Mathematics from Lodz University of Technology in Poland in 2009
  • BEng in Chemical and Process Engineering from Lodz University of Technology in Poland in 2011

Courses taught

  • ENGZ0002 Engineering Applications
  • ENGD1001 Engineering Mathematics
  • ENGD1005 Mechanical Principles

Membership of professional associations and societies

Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition Alumni Association

Forthcoming events

Polish-British Workshop / International Student Workshop, 01-04 June 2017, Poland

Conference attendance

Presentation at 14th CCWI Computing and Control for the Water Industry Conference “Application of the City Blueprint Framework and the City Amberpint Framework to four case study cities”, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2016

Presentation at 13th CCWI Computing and Control for the Water Industry Conference “Indicators for City Greyprint”, Leicester, UK, 2015

Presentation at 15th Polish-British Workshop, 3rd International Student Workshop “Modelling of utility-service provision”, Wroclaw, Poland, 2015

Presentation at 14th Polish-British Workshop, 2nd International Student Workshop “An Approach to Optimize Utility–Service Provision for Sustainable Households”, Wroclaw, Poland, 2015

Presentation at ECCS European Conference on Complex Systems “Utility-Service Provision as an Example of a Complex System”, Barcelona, Spain, 2013

Presentation at 13th CCWI Computing and Control for the Water Industry Conference “Modelling, simulation and optimisation of utility-service provision for households: case studies”, Perugia, Italy, 2013

Presentation at 13th Polish-British Workshop, 1st International Student Workshop “Towards Enhanced Sustainability of Households: Simulation of Utility–Service Provision”, Wroclaw, Poland, 2013

Presentation at International Conference on Systems Engineering “An approach to utility–service provision: modelling and optimisation”, Coventry, UK, 2012.

Presentation at 12th Polish-British Workshop “Modelling of utility–service provision for sustainable communities”, Wroclaw, Poland, 2012

Externally funded research grants information

POWER “Political and sOcial awareness on Water EnviRonmental challenges” Horizon2020 687809 project. Role: Research Fellow. Start date: 01/12/2015 End date: 30/11/2019

BlueSCities “Blueprints for Smart Cities: Developing the methodology for a coordinated approach to the integration of the water and waste sectors within the EIP Smart Cities and Communities” (SEP-210162669) Horizon 2020 project. Role: Research Fellow. Start date: 01/02/2015 End date: 31/01/2017

All in One: Feasibility Analysis of Supplying All Services Through One Utility Product (EP/J005592/1) project sponsored by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC)

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