Prof Mark Barrett
Professor of Energy and Environmental Systems Modelling
Bartlett School Env, Energy & Resources
Faculty of the Built Environment
- Joined UCL
- 3rd Apr 2006
Mark teaches an Energy Systems Modelling course module of 10 lectures. In addition he gives lectures on Energy Security, Environmental Systems, Energy Context and European Energy Scenarios.
He supervises 6 PhD students on energy systems and shipping.
- Open University
- Doctorate, Doctor of Philosophy | 1981
- University of Newcastle
- Other Postgraduate qualification (including professional), Postgraduate Certificate | 1974
- University of Sussex
- First Degree, Bachelor of Science (Honours) | 1973
Dr Mark Barrett (Systems) brought new systems modeling skills to UCL via a short-term Platform funded fellowship. He moved to a RCUK Academic Fellowship and is now a Senior Lecturer. As a consultant and academic, he has 30 years' experience modelling and developing policies for energy demand and supply systems, and transport systems so as to meet environmental, economic and energy objectives. He has developed overall scenarios of energy and emissions, and the transport (surface and aviation) and electricity sectors in European countries, including trade optimisation.
He has worked at international, national and regional levels in the UK, Europe and Asia for clients including Universities, the European Commission, the European Environment Agency, UK Government departments, the Japan Clean Air Programme, local authorities, private companies and consultancies, and non-governmental environmental organisations.
Dr Barrett is currently a Co-I on the EDF/EPSRC ‘Energy People and Buildings’ project, the EPSRC funded ‘Low Carbon Shipping’ project and Energy Technology Institute funded projects on ‘Distributed Energy and Thermal Efficiency’ in the domestic sector.