Contact Fergus Crawley


Fergus Crawley completed his MSc at Cranfield University in Advanced Mechanical Engineering and BEng at the University of Salford (Manchester) in Mechanical Engineering, with a year in industry working on new product development for a Combined Heat & Power (CHP) manufacturer. During his time as a Research Assistant at Cranfield he has been actively involved in design and prototyping thermoelectric systems for the Gates foundation: NMT project and Innovate UK Energy Catalyst: Solar Energy Harvesting project.

Current activities

Fergus is currently an ICASE PhD researcher at Cranfield University focusing on small-form mm scale kinetic energy harvesting devices. He is also involved as a research assistant for the projects:

- Innovate UK Energy Catalyst project 'A CSP and TFG hybrid energy system

- Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation: Re-invent the toilet challenge

- Solar Hydrogen Production systems


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