Profiles of people associated with EPSRC including Fellows, Council members and EPSRC staff. Please use the filters to customise the listing on this page.
Professor Mike Barnes is Deputy Head of the Power & Energy Division in the School of Engineering at Manchester University
John is a Professor in Energy and Climate Policy at the Sustainable Research Institute (SRI), University of Leeds with over 20 years of experience in energy and climate policy. His research interests include energy demand, resource productivity, energy and economy modelling, carbon accounting and exploring low carbon transitions. John has been the Director of a number of large research centres that has employed a range of modelling approaches, including Multi-Regional Input-Output Models, to understand how changes in production and consumption can contribute to a low carbon future.
Matthew works at the UK’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).
Siobhan Campbell is Deputy Chief Scientific Adviser and Head of the Central Research Team in the Department for Transport (DfT).
Dr Mike Colechin is a Chartered Mechanical Engineer with wide experience of innovation in the transport and energy sectors. He is the founder and owner of Cultivate, an organisation that consults in academia, firms, and not-for-profits to deliver strategies that drive innovation forward and engage project stakeholders in creative ways. He is also a co-founder of Heuristic a joint venture to design and run training games that engage business, government and academic audiences in unique learning experiences.
Dr Christina Demski is a senior lecturer at Cardiff University where she is part of the Understanding Risk group as well as an Associate Director of the Centre for Climate Change and Social Transformations (CAST).
Suzanne Ellis is a Research Director in Johnson Matthey, focussing on building sustainable innovation opportunities in low carbon technologies and resource efficiency.
Jon Gluyas has 28 years’ experience as a geoscientist in the petroleum industry and a further 10 years in academia.
Professor Dickon Howell is Director and founder of Howell Marine Consulting and visiting Professor of Practice at Newcastle University School of Natural and Environmental Science.
David Manning is a geologist by training, now Professor of Soil Science at Newcastle University. He holds an Honorary Chair in the School of Geosciences at Edinburgh University. His research focuses on carbon capture in natural and artificial soils (carbonation and biochar), and on both shallow and deep geothermal energy. He was Director of Mineral Solutions Ltd for 10 years, and President of the Geological Society of London from 2014-16.
Stephen McArthur is a Professor of Intelligent Energy Systems and a Deputy Associate Principal at the University of Strathclyde.
Rob Millar is the Head of Electrical for Williams Advanced Engineering, the technology and engineering services business of the Williams Group.
Dr Jonathan Radcliffe is a Reader at the University of Birmingham where he leads the Energy Systems and Policy Analysis Group; and is a Fellow of the university's Institute for Global Innovation, for which he leads the interdisciplinary 'Resilient Cities' theme.
Peter Robertson is Professor of Chemical Engineering at Queen’s University Belfast.
Dr Rick Short has 20 years' experience working in the nuclear sector and a technical background in materials science, specialising in the immobilisation of highly radioactive waste.
Mike Stephenson is Executive Chief Scientist (Decarbonisation) at the British Geological Survey.
Valeska Ting is a Professor of Smart Nanomaterials and has interests in characterisation and testing of materials for sustainable energies.
Janette Webb is Professor of Sociology of Organisations, Edinburgh University, Co-Director of the UK Energy Research Centre and member of UKRI Energy Scientific Advisory Committee.
Dr Jeanette Whitaker is a Principal Scientist in Terrestrial Ecology and Biogeochemistry at the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, Lancaster where she has worked since 1998.