Nathanial Cooper is a postdoctoral scholar in the Centre for Process Systems Engineering in Chemical Engineering at Imperial College London. His research focuses on supply chain management for biomass.
He performed his doctoral research on the design of reactant distributors in PEM fuel cells, in the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering department at the University of California, Davis, graduating in 2016. His undergraduate work was in Mechanical Engineering at Brown University, graduating in 2012.
Nathanial's research interests lie mainly in the areas of renewable energy and sustainable engineering.
et al., 2022, A framework for the design & operation of a large-scale wind-powered hydrogen electrolyzer hub, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, Vol:47, ISSN:0360-3199, Pages:8671-8686
Cooper N, Panteli A, Shah N, 2019, Linear estimators of biomass yield maps for improved biomass supply chain optimisation, Applied Energy, Vol:253, ISSN:0306-2619
Trotter PA, Cooper NJ, Wilson PR, 2019, A multi-criteria, long-term energy planning optimisation model with integrated on-grid and off-grid electrification - The case of Uganda, Applied Energy, Vol:243, ISSN:0306-2619, Pages:288-312
Cooper N, Panteli A, Shah N, 2019, A biomass supply chain optimization framework with linear approximation of biomass yield distributions for improved land use
Cooper N, Panteli A, Shah N, 2019, Linear approximations for improved biomass supply chain optimizations applied to biomass yield distribution for reduced land usage