School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Birmingham
ESPRU includes several full-time academic members, research associates and numerous doctoral researchers.
Dr Lee Chapman, Senior Lecturer, GEES
Dr Rosie Day, Lecturer in Environment and Society, GEES
Dr Oleg Golubchikov, Lecturer in Urban Resilience, GEES
Dr Peter Lee, Senior Lecturer, GEES
Septin Puji Astuti (Indonesian Development Bank Scholar). Thesis topic: Energy poverty and mobility in Indonesia; supervised by Stefan Bouzarovski and Rosie Day
Saadatu Baba (Nigerian Government Scholar). Thesis topic: Adaptation to desertification in Northern Nigeria; supervised by Dan van der Horst
Hakeem Bakare. Supervised by John Walls and Dan van der Horst
Rosie Bullock (Hydrogen Doctoral Training Centre Scholar). Thesis topic: Uptake of fuel cells in houses;
Thom Davies (Centre for East European Language-Based Area Studies Scholar);
Miguel Torres Garcia. Thesis topic: Political ecologies/economies of the void in urban space;
Kurtulus Hatinoglu. Thesis topic: Geopolitics of gas in Turkey;
Yixin Li (Li Siguang Scholar). Thesis topic: Energy poverty and infrastructure access in China;
Jonna Nyman. Thesis topic: (Re)conceptualising energy security in US-China relations;
Tatiana Prieto-Lopez (funded by E-ON Central Networks). Thesis topic: Impact of urban heat islands on the life expectancy of distribution transformers;
Gareth Thomas (Hydrogen Doctoral Training Centre Scholar). Thesis topic: The political economy of hydrogen energy.
Charlie Tomlinson (CASE student with Birmingham City Council). Thesis topic: Urban heat islands and health; supervised by Lee Chapman
Komalirani Yenneti (Hills Scholar, College Overseas Scholar, GEES Scholar). Thesis topic: Unpacking low carbon interventions in India: the implementation gap in renewable energy and climate mitigation policies; supervised by Stefan Bouzarovski and Rosie Day. Check out Komalirani’s own blog!