Dr Claire Coulton

Coulton
PETRAS IoT Research Hub and Transformation North West Project Officer
Wellbeing, Health, Futures, Sharing,
c [dot] coulton2 [at] lancaster [dot] ac [dot] uk

Claire is the Project Officer for the PETRAS IoT Research Hub and Transformation North West

She is currently editing a series of Little Books on IoT research for the PETRAS project and working with the PETRAS impact team based at UCL and Warwick University.  She is also managing a cohort of 12 PhD students as they navigate the early days of their research.

Previously, she has worked on the Liveable Cities project and the N8 Urban and Community Transformation theme.

Claire completed a PhD in the Department of Educational Research, Lancaster University in 2012 and has previously worked at Lancaster University as Postgraduate Coordinator in the Department of Communication Systems. 

 

Updates and Outcomes

Check out the Liveable Cities video archive!

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Check out the Liveable Cities video archive!

As a result of a 3-day Communication Symposium held in March 2017 in Lancaster, Liveable Cities has produced a series of informative videos. Please follow this link to the Liveable Cities official website, where we have all 37 videos available to watch, download and...More information

The Little Book of Wellbeing

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The Little Book of Wellbeing

 This little book tells you about research that we did as part of the Liveable Cities project, looking at wellbeing in neighbourhoods. We begin by describing wellbeing and how different people have tried measuring the concept. A research study is presented next, showing how two factors - urban...More information

How sharing can contribute to more sustainable cities

OutcomeJournal Paper
How sharing can contribute to more sustainable cities

Recently, much of the literature on sharing in cities has focused on the sharing economy, in which people use online platforms to share underutilized assets in the marketplace. This view of sharing is too narrow for cities, as it neglects the myriad of ways, reasons, and scales in which citizens...More information

The Little Book of Sharing in the City

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The Little Book of Sharing in the City

This little book tells you about research that we did as part of the Liveable Cities project, looking at sharing in cities. ...More information

Liveable Cities facilitates important Birmingham workshops

Event2 years, 1 month and 13 days ago
Liveable Cities facilitates important Birmingham workshops

1st of November 2016, Highbury Hall, Birmingham

Birmingham City Council creating 'bottom-up' natural captial plan using design methods

The Liveable Cities team from Lancaster went to Birmingham on 2 November to facilitate two workshops on behalf of Birmingham City Council. The...Read full update

Future of Health and Healthcare Provision in Cities

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Future of Health and Healthcare Provision in Cities

This paper is concerned with the future of health and healthcare provision in cities in the UK. The primary data was collected at a facilitated workshop held at the Academy of Medical Sciences in September 2015. The workshop was designed to guide participants through a series of exercises in order...More information

Liveable Cities facilitates important Birmingham workshops

Event2 years, 1 month and 13 days ago
Liveable Cities facilitates important Birmingham workshops

1st of November 2016, Highbury Hall, Birmingham

Birmingham City Council creating 'bottom-up' natural captial plan using design methods

The Liveable Cities team from Lancaster went to Birmingham on 2 November to facilitate two workshops on behalf of Birmingham City Council. The...Read full update

Liveable Cities presents... the Skype Sessions

Liveable Cities presents... the Skype Sessions

Join us for our next Skype Session about ecosystem services in cities!

Back in Spring 2015, Liveable Cities presents... The Skype Sessions held three successful sessions on topics, such as Determining City Performance, Complexity in Cities, and Sharing and the City. Now, after a short summer...Read full update

Liveable Cities built environment audits begin in Lancaster

Liveable Cities built environment audits begin in Lancaster

Researchers are collecting data on the condition of built environment features within different neighbourhoods

This week, Christopher Boyko and Claire Coulton began auditing the built environment in two neighbourhoods in Lancaster as part of the Liveable Cities project's Wellbeing...Read full update

Liveable Cities hosts second Sharing Cities Workshop in Birmingham this September

Event3 years, 3 months and 9 days ago
Liveable Cities hosts second Sharing Cities Workshop in Birmingham this September

7th of September 2015, mac birmingham, Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham B12 9QH (www.macbirmingham.co.uk)

Have some interesting stories about sharing? Live in the Moseley and King's Heath area of Birmingham? If so, come to our workshop and share!

After a very successful workshop...Read full update

Seeking applicants for Senior Research Associate position on the Liveable Cities project

Seeking applicants for Senior Research Associate position on the Liveable Cities project

Interested in making cities more liveable? Have a background in urban design, architecture or design management? This job might be for you!

ImaginationLancaster seeks to appoint a Senior Research Associate to work on an EPSRC funded Liveable Cities project. The project is an ambitious...Read full update

Liveable Cities workshop on sharing in Lancaster is a success!

Event3 years, 8 months and 17 days ago
Liveable Cities workshop on sharing in Lancaster is a success!

30th of March 2015, Friends Meeting House, Lancaster

Lancaster Sharing City Workshop pushes the boundaries on what sharing means in cities

Over 30 participants from Lancaster and Birmingham gathered at the Friends Meeting House in Lancaster to explore sharing in cities. The...Read full update

You can find a list of Claire Coulton's publications on the Lancaster University research pages.