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Research Fellow


University of Warwick
T:   024 7615 1464
W:   Energy and Electrical Systems

Research Interests

Using applied mathematics to model challenging dynamical non-linear systems. This includes optimal experiment design for efficient data collection, employing numerical methods to quantify unknown model parameters, and implementing analytical methods to perform structural identifiability and indistinguishability analyses, in order to build mechanistic models which can produce robust simulations and predictions.


Dr Thomas Grandjean graduated with a First-Class MEng Honours degree in Systems Engineering from the University of Warwick in 2009. He subsequently completed his Ph.D. titled 'Mathematical Modelling of Transporter Kinetics' in the Systems, Measurement and Modelling Research Group at the University of Warwick in 2013. During his studies, Thomas was responsible for the lithium-ion battery modelling and simulation of the European Student Moon Orbiter, the first lunar spacecraft to be designed by students. Upon graduating, Thomas was appointed as a Research Fellow on the WMG High Value Manufacturing team to model energy storage systems relevant for low carbon transport.

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