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Academic Biography

Gillian Lacey (M’12) received a BSc (Hons) for chemical engineering from Birmingham University in 1982, an MSc in New and Renewable Energy from Durham University in 2009 and a PhD from the electrical engineering department of Northumbria University in 2015.

 From 1983 to 2008 she worked as a teacher of Physics in secondary schools. From January 2016  to April 2017 she was a Research Associate in the University of Manchester, UK, working on battery life modelling for an electric vehicle. From June 2017 she works as a senior lecturer in Teesside University, Electrical Engineering. She is a contributing author of one book, has published six papers and has contributed to several projects around emobility in the UK and NSR of Europe. Her research interests are based on V2G and the effect of smart charging on EV batteries, battery degradation and EV batteries for power storage to optimise renewable generation at the LV network level.

 

Summary of Research Interests

Electric vehicles

Smart charging

wireless charging

network modelling

battery degradation

Learning and Teaching Interests and Activities

Girls in Engineering

Recruiting minorities into HE

Project based learning

Student led learning

Academic Achievements

Dr Lacey’s awards include the “Prix du Quebec”, 2014, “A Methodology to Support the Electrical Network in the Promotion of EV Charging”, (winner) and IEEE PES UKRI chapter, October 2014, “Energy Challenges”, research presentation (runner up)

External positions

technical director, eDub Services

1 Oct 2013 → …

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Research Output 2013 2019

Smart Grid Implementations for Achieving Increased Renewable Energy Proliferation in Small Island Developing States (SIDS)

Kelly, J., Lacey, G., Mekkayil, A., Jyothi, K. C. & Pillai, G., 7 Nov 2019, 54th International Universities Power Engineering Conference (UPEC): Proceedings. IEEE, 6 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Open Access
File
Electric vehicles
Fossil fuels
Wind power
Carbon

Smart Grid Implementations for Achieving Increased Renewable Energy Proliferation in Small Island Developing States (SIDS)

Kelly, J., Lacey, G., Mekkayil, A., Jyothi, K. C. & Pillai, G., 3 Sep 2019.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

A methodology to support the electrical network in order to promote electric vehicle charging in smart cities

Lacey, G., Putrus, G. & Bentley, E., 5 Sep 2018.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

Electric vehicles
Cables
Electric power distribution
Topology
Electric potential

Analysis of Thermal Degradation of Batteries to Aid Temperature Control and Optimise Life

Lacey, G., Dec 2017. 5 p.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePoster

Temperature control
Pyrolysis
Electrochemistry
Temperature
Charge transfer

Smart EV charging schedules: supporting the grid and protecting battery life

Lacey, G., Putrus, G. & Bentley, E., Mar 2017, In : IET Electrical Systems in Transportation. 7, 1, p. 84-91 8 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Electric vehicles
Health
Electric power distribution
Degradation