Dr Dimitrios Pavlidis

Imperial College London

Dr David Boyle

Imperial College London

Dr Dunhui Xiao

Reduced Order Modelling

Imperial College London

Dr Shiwei Fan

Sensor Development

University of Cambridge

Professor Helen ApSimon

Imperial College London

Dr Laetitia Mottet

Fluidity Modelling

Imperial College London

Dr Jiyun Song

Building Energy Modelling

University of Cambridge

Professor Paul Linden

Principle Investigator and Project Lead

University of Cambridge

Dr Megan Davies Wykes

Laboratory Modelling

University of Cambridge

Professor Koen Steemers

University of Cambridge

Research Assistants

Dr Elsa Aristodemou

London South Bank University/ Imperial College London

Professor Eric Yeatman

Imperial College London

Professor Rod Jones

University of Cambridge

our mission


​01.
Develop cities with no air pollution or heat island effect

The ultimate aim of this project is to find a cost-beneficial method in which to change the way our cities are developing. The Victorians improved health by covering sewage systems- let's see if we can do the same by improving air quality.

 

02. Work with others to improve our research

This project encompases a transdisciplinary research group from the Universities of Cambridge, Surrey and ICL, but we know that innovations take place beyond our reach, therefore we want to work with other academics and industry partners to further our work.

 

03. Share our research to improve global communities

We want to inform decision makers to ensure the results of this project can benefit cities across the globe, therefore we are excited to share all elements of our research to ensure the sustainable development of cities for the future.

Dr Fangxin Fang

Imperial College London

Dr David Birch

University of Surrey

Professor Alan Robins

Principle Investigator

University of Surrey

principal investigators

Dr Huw Woodward

Atmospheric Modelling

Imperial College London

Professor Gary Hunt

University of Cambridge

Dr David Fairbairn

Data Assimilation

Imperial College London

Meet the MAgic team

Elaine Paterson

Project Coordinator

University of Cambridge

project administration

Dr Matteo Carpentieri

University of Surrey

Professor Chris Pain

Principle Investigator

Imperial College London

Dr Audrey de Nazelle

Imperial College London

The MAGIC Project consists of a multi-disciplinary team of dedicated world-leading researchers from the Universities of Cambridge, Surrey and Imperial College London, working in departments such as Applied Mathematics, Engineering, Architecture and Geography. Further cross-functional collaborations occur with departments such as Health Science, Economics and Social Policy.

Dr Ying Jin

University of Cambridge

Envisaging a world with greener cities.

Professor Yi-ke Guo

Imperial College London

affiliated academics

Dr Ruchi Choudhary

University of Cambridge

Professor Alan Short

University of Cambridge

Dr James O'Neill

Fluidity Modelling

University of Cambridge

investigators


Dr Michael Herzog

University of Cambridge

Dr Will Lin

Wind Tunnel Modelling

University of Surrey