Maisy Bradbury

Aura Centre for Doctoral Training

Work with industry, drive innovation, develop a sustainable future.

Cohort 2 Students

Maisy Bradbury

Background:

I am a Geography Graduate from the University of Hull. Whilst undertaking my degree I focused my interest on the renewable energy sector allowing me to gain knowledge in this discipline.  I then went on to further my studies, completing an MSc in Renewable Energy, also at The University of Hull.

My dissertation focused on small scale wind energy and the availability of this on a community scale. I investigated how three dimension influences and surface roughness would impact the energy generation of wind turbines. Using the WindPro software I was able to map suitable locations for a high yield small scale wind farm which would benefit the local community.

Research Interests:

My research interests do remain similar to that of my master’s degree dissertation project, surrounding the impacts humans are having on our current world and climate and the desperate need for the transition from fossil fuel to renewable energy and in particular wind. I hope that my research will look into the transition from fossil fuels to the use of renewable energies. From the construction stages of the turbine to the decommissioning all whilst involving local communities and the benefits they will gain.

Why you applied for the Aura CDT:

I applied for the Aura CDT as my past research and studies have made me more aware of the urgent need to expand the wind energy sector. As the Earth is warming and the global population is increasing the demand for electricity is growing. The need for a sustainable way to meet this energy demand is to exploit the readily available wind resources we have. My passion for renewable energy and sustainability led me to apply and will allow me to carry out research in my field of interest.

Contact: m.m.bradbury-2015@hull.ac.uk

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maisy-bradbury-185aa4172/

 

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