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I am a Research Fellow based at the School of Social Sciences, Humanities and Law. My research interests span the broad topic of energy and society, with a focus on new technology design and development, consumption and everyday life, and energy, cities and conflict.
I am interested in the intersections between technology design and use, new energy technologies, their conception and adoption. I am currently involved in the H2020 Project REACT exploring the design and adoption of Demand Response technologies in geographical islands. I am also actively engaged in research on cities and infrastructures in the Global South.
PhD, Newcastle University
Award Date: 9 Sep 2008
Master, University of Manchester
Award Date: 1 Oct 2003
Bachelor, American University of Beirut
Award Date: 30 Jun 2000
Visiting Research Fellow, American University of Beirut
1 Sep 2014 → 1 Oct 2014
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Envisioning surprises: How social sciences could help models represent ‘deep uncertainty’ in future energy and water demandSharmina, M., Abi Ghanem, D., Browne, A. L., Hall, S. M., Mylan, J., Petrova, S. & Wood, R., 30 Nov 2018, In: Energy Research and Social Science. 50, p. 18-28
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Abi Ghanem, D., Feb 2018, In: Energy Research and Social Science. 36, p. 36-43
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“I think we need to get a better generator”: Household resilience to disruption to power supply during storm eventsAbi Ghanem, D., Mander, S. & Gough, C., May 2016, In: Energy Policy. p. 171-180
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Designing consumer engagement with the smart grids of the future: bringing active demand technology to everyday lifeAbi Ghanem, D., Apr 2014, In: Technology Analysis and Strategic Management. 26, 10
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A Qualitative Based Causal-Loop Diagram for Understanding Policy Design Challenges for a Sustainable Transition Pathway: The Case of Tees Valley Region, UKGudlaugsson, B., Abi Ghanem, D., Dawood, H., Pillai, G. & Short, M., 8 Apr 2022, In: Sustainability. 14, 8, 49 p., 4462.
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