The Supergen Programme hosted the first in a new series of cross-hub webinars to allow ECRs from all the Supergen Hubs to connect and share their exciting projects! This webinar was a great chance to see what research is happening across the whole Supergen network and potentially find some new opportunities for cross-hub collaboration.

The following Early Career Researchers presented their work:

  • Katie Shanks (University of Exeter, Energy Networks)
    Energy Independent Farms: Balancing Wind, Solar and Biomass Energy
  • Agota Mockute (University of Hull, Offshore Renewable Energy)
    When waves tickle offshore wind turbines – challenges in predicting nonlinear wave-induced resonance on monopile-supported OWTs
  • Jorge Ordovas (Aston University, Bioenergy)
    Construction of a model for the design of a rotary kiln for slow pyrolysis of biomass – GreenCarbon project
  • Alberto Bolzoni (The University of Manchester, Energy Storage)
    Grid-scale battery storage: a path toward profitability
  • Tudur David (Bangor University, Supersolar)
    Forecasting OPV performance and degradation using Machine Learning
  • Iñaki Erazo Damian (The University of Manchester, Energy Networks)
    Control of a hybrid wind-diesel microgrid
  • Anna Garcia-Teruel (University of Edinburgh, Offshore Renewable Energy)
    Design optimisation of wave energy converters
  • Nathan Skillen (Queens University Belfast, Bioenergy)
    Photocatalysis in Bioenergy; finding its feet or a step too far?!
  • Hungyen Lin (University of Lancaster, Energy Storage)
    Sensing with terahertz waves
  • Kezia Sasitharan (University of Sheffield, Supersolar)
    Metal-organic nanosheets: A new dimension in solar cell research

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