Imperial College London

Dr Simon De Stercke

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Research Associate







411Skempton BuildingSouth Kensington Campus





De Stercke, S., Mijic, A., Buytaert, W., Chaturvedi, V., 2018. Modelling the dynamic interactions between London’s water and energy systems from an end-use perspective. Applied Energy 230, 615–626.

Grubler, A., Wilson, C., Bento, N., Boza-Kiss, B., Krey, V., McCollum, D.L., Rao, N.D., Riahi, K., Rogelj, J., De Stercke, S., Cullen, J., Frank, S., Fricko, O., Guo, F., Gidden, M., Havlík, P., Huppmann, D., Kiesewetter, G., Rafaj, P., Schoepp, W., Valin, H., 2018. A low energy demand scenario for meeting the 1.5 °C target and sustainable development goals without negative emission technologies. Nature Energy 3, 515–527.

Levesque, A., Pietzcker, R.C., Baumstark, L., De Stercke, S., Grübler, A., Luderer, G., 2018. How much energy will buildings consume in 2100? A global perspective within a scenario framework. Energy 148, 514–527.

De Stercke, S., Mijic, A., Keirstead, J., 2016. A Review of Urban Water-energy Linkages in End-use: A Call for Joint Demand Studies. British Journal of Environment and Climate Change 6, 192–200.

De Stercke, S., 2014. Dynamics of Energy Systems: a Useful Perspective (IIASA Interim Report No. IR-14-011). International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), Laxenburg, Austria.