Prof Simon Guy - Further information
2009 National University Singapore, Faculty of Humanities Invited Visiting Fellow (April/May).
2005 Waseda University, Department of Architecture, Tokyo, Japan. 6 week British Commonwealth funded Visiting Professorship.
2005 University of Leuven, Department of Architecture and Planning, Belgium. Visiting Professor for 2005.
2004 University of Texas, Austin, Department of Architecture, USA, Visiting Professor, 1 month.
2003 Inter-University Research Centre for Technology, Work and Culture, (IFZ), Graz, Austria. Invited Fellow, 1 month.
2000 University of California, Davis and Berkeley, USA. One month visit (summer) funded research into sustainable architecture/property development funded by California Energy Commission Fellowship.
1999 University of California, Davis and Berkeley, USA. Two month visit (summer) funded research into sustainable Architecture/Property development funded by California Energy Commission Fellowship.
1998 Institute for Regional and Structural Planning (IRS) Berlin, Germany. One month (July) conducting collaborative research and lecturing on environmental dimensions of urban development funded by a DAAD Senior Fellowship Award.
1997 University of California, Davis and Berkeley, USA. One month visit (October) lecturing and advising of research into sustainable architecture/property development funded by California Energy Commission Fellowship.
1997 CNRS Laboratory of Technology, Territory and Society, Paris, France. One month (June) visit collaborating on network management research funded by EUNIT (European Network on Industry, Innovation and Territory) Research Fellowship.
2010 ESRC/DFID Community and institutional responses to the challenges facing poor urban people in an era of global warming in Bangladesh, £499,366, Co-Investigator.
2010 EPSRC Challenging Lock-in through Urban Systems (CLUES), Sustainable Urban Environments Programme, £971,020, Co-Investigator.
2010 EPSRC/EDF Conditioning Demand - Older People, Diversity and Thermal Experience, £650,000, Principal Investigator.
2010 ESRC, The Sustainable Practice Research Group, £1,513, 510, Co-investigator.
2009 Sustainable Consumption Institute Climate change and urban poverty in Bangladesh (ClimUrb), £99, 406, Co-Investigator.
2008 EU INTERREG IVC Programme, Green and Blue Space Adaptation for Urban Areas and Eco Towns, Co-Investigator, 280,000 Euros (of approx 3.3 million Euros).
2008 Bruntwood, Ogilsby Foundation and Rory and Elizabeth Brooks Foundation Urban Adaptation to Climate Change, The Ecocities Research Programme, £950,0000, Principal Investigator
2008 Tesco, Sustainable Consumption Institute, £25 million, Co-Investigator.
2008 EU FP7 Grant (Science in Society): Mapping Controversies on Science for Politics (MACOSPOL)
2006 ESRC seminar series (2007-9) - Rethinking the urban experience: the sensory production of place, £18, 000, co-applicant.
2004 Engineering and Physical Science Research Council/Carbon Trust - Low Carbon Buildings Programme, Carbon Reduction in Buildings: A sociotechnical study of carbon use in buildings, Total budget approx. 3,0025,374. A multi-Institution consortium. Principal Investigator for social science case work corresponding to 400K of total budget.
2004 British Commonwealth Collaboration Award, 5000. To be a Visiting Professor at Department of Architecture, Waseda University, Tokyo for six weeks from April 1st 2005.
2004 Natural Environment Research Council and Scottish Power Dorothy Hodgkin Postgraduate Award for PhD student to study Renewable Energy and Buildings in Newcastle Upon Tyne, 75,000.
2002 European Commission - Framework Five - Environment and Climate Programme, New Intermediary Services and the Transformation of Urban Water Supply and Wastewater Disposal Systems, Euros 306,540 (total grant, Euros 1,748,238), Principal Investigator. 1/11/02 - 30/10/05
1998 ESRC Cities and Economic Competitiveness Programme Economic Structures, Urban Responses: Framing and Negotiating Urban Property Development, 4/98-4/2000, Principal Investigator, 70,000 (A collaboration with John Henneberry, University of Sheffield, total grant 123,000).