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Energy Efficient Cities Initiative



Having a background in engineering (civil) and computer science, I am passionate about applying computational, statistical and data-driven solutions to real world problems. My work currently focuses on the numerical modelling of the underground, incorporating the governing equations for heat transfer and fluid flow to simulate the long term effects of urbanisation, as well as on the identification of underground archetypes that can be used to characterise areas with similar underground features. My research aims to contribute towards better understanding how to utilise the resources of our world in a sustainable way.

Prior to joining Cambridge, I have been a Research Engineer within the department of Infrastructure Engineering at the University of Melbourne, where I completed my PhD studies in early 2019, my thesis titled: "Further understanding ground-source heat pump system design using finite element methods and machine learning techniques"



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Research Associate
Topic: Modelling and Uncertainty Quantification of Underground Climate
Supervisor: Dr. Ruchi Choudhary
Dr. Nikolas  Makasis

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