Ian Durbin made UCL Visiting Professor.


Shaping the next generation of engineers.

Partner Ian Durbin has become a Visiting Professor of Environmental Design and Engineering at University College London (UCL).

His role involves supporting the development and delivery of the university’s new MEng in Engineering and Architectural Design. He will also bring his knowledge and experience to a number of specialist courses: MSc Environmental Design and Engineering; MSc Light and Lighting; MSc Health, Wellbeing and Sustainable Buildings; and MSc Smart Buildings and Digital Engineering.

Further to this, Ian will assist UCL in its aims to establish a network of industry partners who support doctoral training programmes and co-funded research activities.

Ian said: “I am delighted to have been given this opportunity to share my knowledge and experience, working with UCL to help shape the next generation of designers and engineers.”

Alan Penn, Dean of The Bartlett, commented: “I’m very excited that Ian Durbin is joining us at The Bartlett as visiting professor. The Bartlett has had a long association with Hoare Lea and values the engagement with the firm. Ian’s experience will be a tremendous value to both the staff and students at UCL’s Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering.”