BEA Research Intern - Architectural 3D Visualiser

Job Description

The School of the Built Environment and Architecture are looking for a Intern to work on the below Research Project starting asap until the 22nd of July 2024.



The project is 95 hours of work to be completed between the start date in February 2024 and the 22nd of July 2024. You must not complete more than 20 hours in one week.



The salary for the role is £13.31 per hour. 




  1. Conducting an Archival / historical research for a heritage site in London dating back to 1116.

  2. Engaging and liaising with designated staff members to acquire relevant information

  3. Creating 3D models for the heritage site with four parish churches (one being the current Regency-era church which is the fourth to have been built to serve the parish, the three predecessors have all been demolished.

  4. Produce photo-realistic visualisations renders (CGIs) for the heritage site at different stages to seek approvals.

  5. Produce good photo-realistic animation (Fly-through video) for the heritage site and modelled buildings.



Qualifications

Open to MSc students and Final undergraduate students.



Skills

  1. Excellent Communication skills and attention to detail.

  2. Ability to create and read measured architectural drawings.

  3. 3D modelling skills are essential

  4. 3D visualisation, rendering and animation skills are essential.

  5. Previous experience working with or drawing/modelling historic buildings is desirable.



 

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The School of the Built Environment and Architecture are looking for a Intern to work on the below Research Project starting asap until the 22nd of July 2024.



The project is 95 hours of work to be completed between the start date in February 2024 and the 22nd of July 2024. You must not complete more than 20 hours in one week.



The salary for the role is £13.31 per hour. 




  1. Work as part of a research team looking at the impact of Generative Artificial Intelligence (GAI) in Construction Management education;

  2. Produce literature review on GAI and related technologies in construction management education;

  3. Select appropriate primary data collection method(s) and design their instruments;

  4. Conduct data collection and analysis (quantitative and qualitative);

  5. Produce a conference/journal paper and present it at suitable event (internal and/or external).



 



Qualifications

LSBU Student / Graduate



Skills

  1. A Masters Degree or above in a science-related discipline;

  2. Familiar with literature review strategy as well as experience in analysing information from a variety of sources critically, including academic journal papers;

  3. Knowledge in selecting research methods and experienced in collecting primary data, including conducting survey on MS Teams, with phone calls, and/or using online survey portals;

  4. Knowledge and experience in analysing research data, both quantitatively and qualitatively, with proficiency in using relevant tools such as SPSS, NVIVO;

  5. Ability to work in a team environment;

  6. Good written and verbal communication skills.

The School of the Built Environment and Architecture are looking for a Intern to work on the below Research Project starting asap until the 22nd of July 2024.



The project is 95 hours of work to be completed between the start date in February 2024 and the 22nd of July 2024. You must not complete more than 20 hours in one week.



The salary for the role is £13.31 per hour. 




  1. Own or acquire proficiency with the Pandas library in Python.

  2. Own or acquire proficiency with the Mathematics A module structure and assessment strategy.

  3. Originate separate results for Apprentices and Full-time students

  4. Postprocess quiz datasets, considering simple statistical measures.

  5. Determine correlations between different parameters such as marks, number of attempts at the practice quiz or time before submission.

  6. Redact a comprehensive article with the information above.



 



Qualifications

  1. Civil Engineering BEng student or graduate – Essential

  2. Previous knowledge of Python – Desirable



Skills

  1. Civil Engineering BEng student or graduate – Essential

  2. Previous knowledge of Python – Desirable

The School of the Built Environment and Architecture are looking for a Intern to work on the below Research Project starting asap until the 22nd of July 2024.



The project is 95 hours of work to be completed between the start date in February 2024 and the 22nd of July 2024. You must not complete more than 20 hours in one week.



The salary for the role is £13.31 per hour. 




  1. To undertake research on economic feasibility of methanol generators such as government policies, tax import taxes and rebates, available resources, suppliers, prices, transportation, storage capacity, market size.

  2. To engage/consult effectively with team members to ensure project is delivered timely, and effectively communicate changes or highlight problems in a timely fashion.

  3. To produce high quality project outputs, including a database of green methanol/generator and a technical report on green methanol/generator.



Qualifications

  1. A background in energy engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering or related engineering discipline



Skills

  1. A background in energy engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering or related engineering discipline

  2. Have experience and knowledge in zero carbon technology

  3. Strongly motivated to undertake market research in green methanol generator

  4. Highly effective interpersonal and communication skills (including oral, written/literacy, numeracy and presentation skills)

  5. Ability to use IT (Competent in Microsoft Word and Excel, MS Office, Outlook, Teams)

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