Professor Gareth Taylor
Head of Department - EEE
Prof Gareth Taylor - Professor of Power Systems
Head of Departmemt - Electronic and Electrical Engineering
Module Leader - MSc Sustainable Electrical Power
Director of BIPS - Brunel Institute of Power Systems
Gareth joined Brunel in May 2000 from the University of Greenwich in London. He was a National Grid Post-doctoral Scholar from 2000-2003 and joined Electronic and Computer Engineering, School of Engineering and Design as a lecturer in June 2003. He established the new MSc Sustainable Electrical Power as the Course Director in September 2006. He has been a research active member of the Brunel University Research Centre BIPS since May 2000 and was appoinyed as Director in 2010. He was appointed as a Professor in Power Systems in 2012 and as the Head of the Dpartment of Electronic and Electrical Engineering from September 2020.
Newest selected publications
Saunders, CS., Alamuti, MM., Pisica, I., Taylor, G., Liu, Y. and Liu, J. (2019) 'Feature Extraction-based Real-Time Transient Stability Analysis'. Technology and Economics of Smart Grids and Sustainable Energy, 4 (1). pp. 717 - 717.Open Access Link
Imris, P., Bradley, M., Taylor, G., Gordon, M. and Li, Y. (2019) 'Enhanced visualisation of fast frequency phenomena as exhibited in the Gb transmission system'.2019 54th International Universities Power Engineering Conference (UPEC). Bucharest, Romania. 7 - 6 September. IEEE.Open Access Link
Suljanović, N., Souvent, A., Taylor, G., Radi, M., Cantenot, J., Lambert, E. and (2019) 'Design of Interoperable Communication Architecture for TSO-DSO Data Exchange'.IEEE PES Powertech 2019. Milano, Italy. 26 - 27 June. IEEE. pp. 1 - 6.Open Access Linket al.
Osbouei, BA., Taylor, GA., Bronckart, O., Maricq, J. and Bradley, M. (2019) 'Impact of inertia distribution on power system stability and operation'.PowerTech. Milan, Italy. 26 - 27 June. IEEE. pp. 1 - 6.Open Access Link
Radi, M., Taylor, G., Uslar, M., Köhlke, J. and Suljanovic, N. (2019) 'ENERGY DATA FLOW IN SMART GRIDS - A CONCEPTUAL MODEL FOR ADDRESSING VARIOUS USE CASES'.25th International Conference on Electricity Distribution. Madrid, Spain. CIRED conference proceedings. pp. 1 - 5. ISSN: 2032-9644 Open Access Link