Professor Aidan Duffy

Senior Lecturer, School of Civil and Structural Engineering 

Centre Manager, Dublin Energy Lab

Dublin Institute of Technology

I'm a civil engineer lecturing in the School of Civil Engineering at the Dublin Institute of Technology. 
I also manage the Institute's energy research centre, the Dublin Energy Lab. I lecture on the Masters in Sustainable Infrastructure and Masters in Energy Management at the Institute as well as supervising several postgraduate and postdoctoral researchers in the area of energy systems analysis. 

My short bio: 

Aidan is a chartered civil engineer with over 20 years of consulting practice and more than a decade of research and teaching experience. He has a wide expertise in the field of energy consulting, management and research. He has been involved in the design, construction and operation of CHP plant and low-energy buildings and undertakes research on energy devices, systems and policies. He lectures on masters courses in energy management and sustainable infrastructure and has supervised several PhD students on energy-related research. He has won and managed numerous national and international energy research projects. He has published two books on engineering and energy project appraisal and has over 40 international peer-reviewed publications. He is the manager of the Dublin Energy Lab, the Dublin Institute of Technology’s (DIT) energy research centre. He is Ireland’s representative on the International Energy Agency’s Task 26 on the Cost of Wind Energy. He sits on the board of the Environmental Sustainable and Health Institute at DIT. He is a member of the Irish Energy Institute Membership Sub-committee and the ICOMOS International Scientific Committee on Energy and Sustainability. His main research interests include: energy policy; techno-economic modelling of energy systems; and life cycle assessment. 

My full CV can be found here.