Contact Fergus Crawley

Background

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 a PhD researcher in Energy and Power at Cranfield University.

He is also working on research and development of thermoelectric energy harvesting for renewable energy systems, turning the waste heat from combustion and stored thermal energy from concentrated solar radiation into useable DC electricity and heating applications.

Publications

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