Energy and Power Group
The Energy & Power Group (EPG) in the Department of Engineering Science at the University of Oxford undertakes computational and experimental sustainable energy research with particular focus on smart energy systems, energy storage (materials to devices and devices to systems), power electronics, transport and electrical machines. The group was founded in 1993 by Associate Professor Malcolm McCulloch and now additionally includes Associate Professor David Howey, Associate Professor Charles Monroe and Dr Dan Rogers.
We are friendly and innovative research group with a desire to address energy grand challenges through technology.
L-R: Damien Frost, Pietro Romanazzi, Dr Francisco Marquez-Fernandez, Chun Sing Lai, Dr Kostas Gyftakis, Joel Atkin, Dr Mahdi Alavi, Prof Malcolm McCulloch (Associate Professor and Group Founder), Ren Kang, Prof David Howey (Associate Professor), Robert Richardson, Adrien Bizeray, Dr Baljit Riar, Nicole Miranda, Caroline Ames, Christoph Birkl, Anna Clements. Not present: Robert Camilleri, Dr Johannes Potgieter, Richard Wong, Peter Armstrong, Dr Shi Zhao.
Our work is supported by: