Aidan O’Sullivan is a pioneer in the application of AI-to-energy systems. He is Associate Professor in Energy and Artificial Intelligence at UCL Energy Institute where he leads the Energy Systems and Artificial Intelligence Lab. He is a fellow at the Alan Turing Institute, the UK’s Centre for AI Research, and Programme Committee Chair in AI and Climate Change at the International Research Center on Artificial Intelligence under the auspices of UNESCO.
Aidan has a PhD from the Department of Mathematics at Imperial College London. Prior to taking up his position at UCL, he worked as a postdoc at MIT in the intelligent transport systems laboratory.