Bjarnhéðinn (Badi) Guðlaugsson

After completing his undergraduate degree at the University of Southern Denmark and Masters at University of Iceland, Badi joined Teesside University in 2019 as part of the first cohort of Horizon2020 co-funded DTA3/Cofund doctoral fellows to undertake a PhD within the School of Computing, Engineering and Digital Technologies. In an attempt to improve energy development decision-making processes, Badi’s is looking at the interrelationships and dynamic characteristics of energy development and transition towards a green and renewable energy systems concerning sustainability.  In the summer of 2021, as part of an EU MSCA European Green Deal Cluster event ‘How can Research and Innovation help achieve climate neutrality’ Badi, the only current PhD student on the panel, was invited to present his work under the ‘Clean Energy’ theme alongside experts in the field.

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