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Prof Stuart Galloway

Electronic and Electrical Engineering

Personal statement

I joined the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at Strathclyde in 1998, and am currently a Reader in Electrial and Electronic Engineering.

Based within the Advanced Electrical Systems group within the Institute for Energy and Environment (InstEE), I currently lead two research groups,
the first in Novel Electrical Systems and the second in Data Analytics. My research is concerned with multi-domain modelling of aircraft, marine
and micro-grid applications and the data analytics related to smart energy, smart grid and behavioural change.
As such, the research spans two of the defining themes of the University’s Technology and Innovation Centre, namely, Power & Energy and
Human & Social Aspects of Technology

I have been fully committed to and engaged with Departmental undergraduate and MSc course delivery for more than 10 years, accumulating extensive
experience of teaching, assessment, module design and course development at all levels.


Has expertise in:

    • Applied mathematical optimisation
    • Novel electrical systems
    • Electrical demand characterisation
    • Data analytics
    • Social and behavioural aspects of energy


Experimental investigation into the fault response of superconducting hybrid electric propulsion electrical power system to a DC rail to rail fault
Nolan S., Jones C.E., Munro R., Norman P., Galloway S., Venuturumilli S., Sheng J., Yuan W.
Institute of Physics Conference Series, (2017)
Simulation, implementation and monitoring of heat pump load shifting using a predictive controller
Allison John, Cowie Andrew, Galloway Stuart, Hand Jon, Kelly Nicolas, Stephen Bruce
Energy Conversion and Management Vol 150, pp. 890-903, (2017)
Establishing viable fault management strategies for distributed electrical propulsion aircraft
Flynn Marie-Claire, Jones Catherine E., Norman Patrick J., Galloway Stuart J.
International Society of Air Breathing Engines, (2017)
Multienergy vector modelling of a Scottish energy system : transitions and technology implications
Robertson Elizabeth, Galloway Stuart
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part A: Journal of Power and Energy Vol 231, pp. 580-589, (2017)
Co-location of CHP units for high power charging of battery electric vehicles : a comparison of the fuel efficiency for AC and DC coupled systems
Smith Kyle, Galloway Stuart, Burt Graeme
2017 IEEE Second International Conference on DC Microgrids, pp. 88-94, (2017)
A practical review of energy saving technology for ageing populations
Walker Guy, Taylor Andrea, Whittet Craig, Lynn Craig, Docherty Catherine, Stephen Bruce, Owens Edward, Galloway Stuart
Applied Ergonomics Vol 62, pp. 247-258, (2017)

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  • Mathematical experience
  • Applied Optimisation
  • Information from data
  • Programming for research

Research interests

  • Industrial applications
  • Experimental design
  • Human factors in energy
  • Scenario development

Professional activities

IET Electrical Systems in Transportation (Journal)

more professional activities


EPSRC Global Challenges Research Fund Institutional Sponsorship Award 2017 (GCRF) / R171051-105
Galloway, Stuart (Principal Investigator)
Period 01-Jul-2017 - 31-Mar-2018
Impact Acceleration Account - University Of Strathclyde 2012 / R120526-224
Galloway, Stuart (Principal Investigator)
Period 01-Oct-2012 - 31-Mar-2017
Experimental Characterisation of Superconducting Cables (EPSRC Institutional Sponsorship Funding)
Jones, Catherine (Principal Investigator) Norman, Patrick (Co-investigator) Galloway, Stuart (Co-investigator)
Funded via EPSRC Institutional Sponsorship Funding (£18,215). This project was proposed to experimentally characterize the response of superconducting cables for a TeDP aircraft under fault conditions, enabling the validatation of existing models, underpinning the development of the electrical protection system. Experimental testing of superconducting power systems in this manner is challenging due to the specialist skills and equipment required, and no single research institution currently has this capability. However, there is a unique collaborative opportunity to combine the electrical fault emulation capability and fault management expertise at the University of Strathclyde with the superconducting cable design expertise and test facilities at the University of Bath (lead by Dr Weijia Yuan) to undertake this fundamental research. The initial study proposed aimed to pump-prime and enable positioning for a future, longer term collaborative project between the Universities of Bath and Strathclyde to extend the research to include different types of cables, quench recovery of cables and further failure mode studies.
Period 03-Jan-2017 - 31-Mar-2017
VSO Productive Use of Energy in Malawi
Galloway, Stuart (Principal Investigator)
Period 01-Feb-2017 - 30-Sep-2017
KTP - Whittaker
Roscoe, Andrew (Principal Investigator) Galloway, Stuart (Co-investigator)
Period 09-Oct-2017 - 08-Oct-2020
Investigation Of Barriers To The Development Of Future High Voltage Aerospace Systems
Norman, Patrick (Principal Investigator) Galloway, Stuart (Co-investigator)
Period 01-Oct-2016 - 31-Mar-2017

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Electronic and Electrical Engineering
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