Economic Analysis | Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Mel Devine joined the ESRI as a Postdoctoral research fellow in September 2015. He holds a PhD in Applied Mathematics and BSc in Mathematical Sciences from the University of Limerick (UL). The title of thesis was “Rolling optimisation, stochastic demand modelling and scenario reduction applied to the UK gas market”.
Prior to joining the ESRI, Mel was a postdoctoral researcher in the Mathematics Applications Consortium for Science in Industry (MACSI) in UL where he also lectured Operations Research. His research interests include the mathematical modelling of energy markets, game theory optimisation as well as stochastic and risk based modelling. In addition, Mel has also worked on numerous industrial based collaborative projects.
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Latest Publications: Who pays for renewables? Increasing renewable subsidisation due to increased datacentre demand in IrelandDesigning fair support schemes for renewable electricityMore information, lower costs: a new electricity market mechanismOptimising feed-in tariff design through efficient risk allocationInducing truthful revelation of generator reliabilityA simulation model for the management and expansion of extended port terminal operationsExamining the Benefits of Load Shedding Strategies using a Rolling-Horizon Stochastic Mixed Complementarity Equilibrium ModelSpecifying an Efficient Renewable Energy Feed-in TariffA Macroeconomic Mathematical Model for the National Income of a Union of Countries with Interaction and TradeInvestment vs. Refurbishment: Incentivising the Correct Quantity and Quality of Electricity Generators
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Programmes and Projects: Energy Policy Research Centre (EPRC)