Dr Mathaios Panteli
MEng, PhD, CEng, MIET, SMIEEE, FHEA
I am a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Resilient, Low-Carbon Energy Systems at the Power and Energy Division, The University of Manchester, UK.
For more details check my short bio.
I am a power systems engineer working as a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) since 2017 in the Power and Energy Division at The University of Manchester, UK, currently leading a team of ten researchers (5 post-doctoral research associates and 5 PhD students). My research focuses on the development of integrated techno-economic frameworks for supporting the decision-making and planning of resilient, low-carbon energy networks and interdependent critical infrastructures.
I have published more than 60 research articles in high-impact journals and international conferences, and delivered more than 30 invited presentations in world-leading conferences and organizations (including Universities, regulators and network operators). I hold a research portfolio of total worth >£10m, funded by the UK research councils, the European commission and industrial stakeholders. The applications and impact of my research works expands beyond Europe to countries in Latin America, Asia and Africa. I was a leading member of the team that was awarded the 2018 Newton Prize, an annual award by the British government to international projects that demonstrated excellence in impact, research and innovation.
I am an IEEE Senior Member, IET CEng and the co-chair of the CIGRE WG C4.47 "Power System Resilience". I am also currently the co-chair of the Climate Adaptation WG in the EPSRC Supergen Energy Networks Hub. I have contributed to several industrial outputs (e.g., the recent report by the Energy Research Partnership, UK, on the UK electricity system resilience) and professional outputs (e.g., the reference paper from the CIGRE WG C4.47 on defining power system resilience and the resilience report by the CIRED WG on Distribution Grid Resilience).
I am interested in working with highly motivated and talented researchers in these (or similar) areas. Please see current vacancies here or get in touch if you are interested in working together.
Resilience assessment and adaptation to high-impact, low-probability events
Risk and resilience-based planning considering flexibility and uncertainty
Grid integration of low-carbon, distributed energy technologies
Integrated modelling and optimisation of co-dependent critical infrastructures
Current Research Projects
I am always interested in discussing opportunities with talented and ambitious researchers. If you have relevant experience and would like to work on (or similar) areas of the above listed please get in touch!
Complete list of publications and other outputs here
R. Moreno et al., "From Reliability to Resilience: Planning the Grid Against the Extremes," in IEEE Power and Energy Magazine, vol. 18, no. 4, pp. 41-53, July-Aug. 2020
Jose M. Gonzalez, James E. Tomlinson, Julien J. Harou, Eduardo A. Martínez Ceseña, Mathaios Panteli, Andrea Bottacin-Busolin, Anthony Hurford, Marcelo A. Olivares, Afzal Siddiquid, Tohid Erfani, Kenneth M. Strzepek, Pierluigi Mancarella, Joseph Mutale, Emmanuel Obuobie, Abdulkarim H. Seid, Aung Ze Ya, "Spatial and sectoral benefit distribution in water-energy system design", Applied Energy, vol. 269, July 2020
S. Espinoza, A. Poulos, H. Rudnick, J. C. de la Llera, M. Panteli and P. Mancarella, "Risk and Resilience Assessment With Component Criticality Ranking of Electric Power Systems Subject to Earthquakes," IEEE Systems Journal, vol. 14, no. 2, pp. 2837-2848, June 2020
Tomas Lagos, Rodrigo Moreno, Alejandro Navarro, Mathaios Panteli, Rafael Sacaan, Fernando Ordonez, Hugh Rudnick, and Pierluigi Mancarella, “Identifying Optimal Portfolios of Resilient Network Investments Against Natural Hazards, With Applications to Earthquakes”, IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, vol. 35, no. 2, pp. 1411-1421, March 2020
Y. Zhou, M. Panteli, B. Wang, and P. Mancarella, “Quantifying the System-Level Resilience of Thermal Power Generation to Extreme Temperatures and Water Scarcity”, IEEE Systems Journal, vol. 14, no. 1, pp. 749-759, March 2020
E. A. Martinez Cesena, N. Good, M. Panteli, J. Mutale, and P. Mancarella, “Flexibility in Sustainable Electricity Systems: Multi-vector and Multi-sector Nexus Perspectives”, IEEE Electrification Magazine, Vol. 7, no. 2, June 2019