Bio

Matt is a Research Associate in the Electrical Power Research Group, School of Engineering, Newcastle University. His current research interests are focused on whole systems modelling of energy networks across network scales (both distribution and transmission) and across energy vectors (gas, electrical, transport and heat systems), particularly focusing on data-driven approaches.

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

Research interests

Matt is working on the E4Future project with Dr Myriam Neaimeh, supporting the development a tool for understanding the impacts of EVs charging behaviour on distribution networks. Specifically, Matt will be contributing to building digital twins of electricity distribution networks. These models will consider different network configurations, with profiles based on measured data from a large-scale EV smart charging trial.