Miss Emily Judson
Science and Engineering Research Support Facility (SERSF):, University of Exeter, Penryn Campus, Penryn, Cornwall, TR10 9FE, UK
Office hours: By appointment
Emily joined the University of Exeter in September 2018 as an EPSRC funded PhD student examining digitalisation and democratisation of energy in the context of system decarbonisation.
BA Hons, Politics, Soas, University of London
Prior to joining the University of Exeter Emily worked in international higher education and research policy at Universities UK International. She also has experience in campaigns, membership and student advice roles.
Principle research interests:
- Whether emerging technologies can support energy system decarbonisation
- The social, political and economic impacts of technological change
- How policy interventions may be employed to influence the points above
PhD: Democratisation of Energy Data and Algorithms
In response to decarbonisation targets and technological change, energy systems are shifting from largely top-down linear structures to ones that are more distributed, multi-directional, and data-driven. Emerging technologies are being deployed across these new systems for diverse purposes – for example storage management, peer to peer trading, or distribution automation. This project will examine the implications of increased use of data and emerging technologies in energy, and their potential to influence the democratisation of energy.
Energy, technology, policy, politics