Supergen Energy Networks Hub

Staff Profile

Dr Matthew Deakin

Research Associate

Background

I am a Research Associate with the School of Engineering, working with the Supergen Energy Networks Hub, the CLEARHEADS project (with University of Reading) and with the e4future project with the Turing Institute.

My current research interests are focussed on whole systems modelling of energy networks across network scales (both distribution and transmission), across energy vectors (gas, electrical and heat systems), with a particular focus on climate change impacts on these systems and data-driven approaches.

I received the M.Eng and D.Phil (PhD) degrees in Engineering Science from the University of Oxford in 2015 and 2020, resepectively. For the duration of my PhD I held a Clarendon Scholarship.

My main research interests are:

- Smart Local Energy Systems/Smart Grids
- Unbalanced Distribution Network Analysis
- Co-Simulation of Gas and Electricity Systems
- Power System Planning and Operations
- Whole Energy Systems Analysis

Teaching

Previous Teaching Experience

Stipendiary Lecturer, Christ Church, University of Oxford 2017-2019
- Tutoring first and second year engineering mathematics and electrical engineering modules.

Graduate research assistant, Dept. Engineering Science, University of Oxford 2016-2017
-Tutoring third year B14 Information Engineering modules (Signal and Image Analysis).

Publications