Imperial College London

DrEdwardO'Dwyer

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Chemical Engineering

Research Associate
 
 
 
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ACE ExtensionSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Summary

Edward O'Dwyer is a Research Associate in the Centre for Process Systems Engineering (CPSE) within the Chemical Engineering Department at Imperial College London. His research focusses on control, modelling and optimisation aspects of urban energy systems, with particular emphasis on the incorporation of data science, machine learning and the IoT within multi-vector energy systems.

Edward completed his PhD in 2016 in the field of control engineering for building energy systems at University College Cork (in the Electrical and Electronic Engineering Department), with research carried out in collaboration with United Technologies Research Centre Ireland (UTRC-I). Following this, he worked with UTRC-I before joining Nilay Shah's group at Imperial College as a Research Associate.


Publications

Journals

O’Dwyer E, Pan I, Charlesworth R, et al., 2020, Integration of an energy management tool and digital twin for coordination and control of multi-vector smart energy systems, Sustainable Cities and Society, Vol:62, ISSN:2210-6707, Pages:1-14

Books

O'Dwyer E, Indranil P, Shah N, 2022, Intelligent Decarbonisation: Can Artificial Intelligence and Cyber-Physical Systems Help Achieve Climate Mitigation Targets?, Springer, ISBN:978-3030862145

Conference

Jones S, Charlesworth R, Naik K, et al., 2021, A multi-energy system optimisation software for advanced process control using hypernetworks and a micro-service architecture, 17th International Symposium on District Heating and Cooling (DHC), ELSEVIER, Pages:167-175, ISSN:2352-4847

Falugi P, O'Dwyer E, Kerrigan EC, et al., 2021, Predictive control co-design for enhancing flexibility in residential housing with battery degradation, 7th IFAC Conference on Nonlinear Model Predictive Control, Elsevier, Pages:8-13, ISSN:2405-8963

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