Professor Anna Korre - Co-Director
Anna is Professor of Environmental Engineering in the Department of Earth Science & Engineering. Her research focus is in the areas of modelling risk and uncertainty and the environmental and life cycle assessment of engineering systems. She has led and participated in numerous industry, Research Council and EU funded projects developing engineering tools to assess the impacts of the minerals and energy industries in terms of operational performance, environmental footprint and cost. She also teaches on the Methods for the Analysis of Energy Systems course of the MSc in Sustainable Energy Futures.
Professor Peter Childs - Co-Director
Peter Childs FREng is the Professorial Lead in Engineering Design and was the founding Head of the Dyson School of Design Engineering at Imperial College London. His interests in energy include wind turbines, photovoltaic thermal solar, extreme temperature measurement and operation, remote robotic inspection and maintenance, energy storage and energy-enabled industrial strategy. As well as his academic and research interests, Peter is currently Chairperson of Q-Bot Ltd, a company specialising in robotic technologies for sustainable building retrofit, maintenance and construction, and BladeBUG Ltd, a company developing repair and maintenance robots for offshore wind turbine applications.
Dr Fei Teng - Director of Education
Fei is the education director at Energy Futures Lab and a Lecturer in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering. His research focuses on the efficient and resilient operation of future low-carbon cyber-physical energy systems. He has led and participated in a number of research projects developing methodologies and tools to assess and mitigate the adverse impacts of inverter-based renewable generation and ICT on the optimal operation of power systems.
+44 (0)20 7594 6178
Miss Victoria Ebo - Operations and Networks Manager
Victoria manages Energy Futures Lab's operations and is responsible for the planning and delivery of the Energy Futures Doctoral Network and the MSc Sustainable Energy Futures Alumni Network and for identifying development opportunities within each network.
+44 (0)20 7594 2620
Dr Nicholas Hylton - Research Strategy Manager
Nicholas is responsible for supporting the development of cross-faculty collaborations at Imperial College London. His role is to stimulate, support and manage the development of energy research programmes with an emphasis on multidisciplinary research. This includes identifying technology trends and opportunities and mobilising the College community accordingly.
+44 (0)20 7594 9659
Dr Francesca Pietra - Industry Partnerships & Commercialisation Senior Executive
Francesca supports the development of strategic research collaborations, between Imperial College London and its corporate partners, with a particular emphasis on research opportunities for Energy Futures Lab and the Faculty of Engineering.
+44 (0)20 7594 0726
Mr Conor McNally - Communications Manager
Conor is responsible for all communications and outreach activities for Energy Futures Lab. This includes building the institution's communications strategy, promoting success stories, creating and maintaining Energy Futures Lab's materials portfolio and managing the institution's public image.
+44 (0)20 7594 7044
Dr Aidan Rhodes - Research Fellow, Energy Policy Briefing Papers
Aidan is responsible for the Energy Futures Lab Briefing Papers. These are a range of accessible briefing papers on topics of relevance to energy sector policymakers and stakeholders.
+44 (0)20 7594 3643
Mr Gavin Eves - MSc Coordinator
Gavin is responsible for administration of the MSc in Sustainable Energy Futures.
+44 (0)20 7594 5816
Dr Kathryn Wills - IDLES Programme Manager
Kathryn manages the IDLES programme, which aims to tackle the issue of the evidence that is used by governments and businesses to formulate their strategies around the long-term evolution of energy systems.
+44 (0)20 7594 3878
Cameron Sheehan - Research Associate
Cameron performs research for the Energy Futures Lab. His research focuses on modelling the techno-economic interaction between energy systems and electric mobility, with a specific focus on electric two- and three-wheelers in Africa and Asia.