Gabrial Anandarajah, a Ph.D. holder, is a Lecturer in energy system modelling. Before becoming a Lecturer, Gabrial had been working as a Senior Research Associate in UCL Energy Institute, London, UK, from August 2009 to February 2013. Prior to joining UCL Energy Institute, Gabrial had been working for King’s College London, London, UK, during 2008. He had been working for Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Khlong Luang, Thailand, from 2000 to 2003 and from 2006 to 2008. Gabrial is an expert in energy system modelling and policy analysis, working on energy system models such as MARKAL and TIMES for energy and climate policy analysis at national, regional, and global levels. He has about 10 years of research experience working in developed and developing countries. He worked in a range of large research projects in the UK such as UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC) Phase I and Phase II, UK Sustainable Hydrogen Energy Consortia (UKSHEC) projects, and bioenergy project. Gabrial has carried out research in many cities in South and East Asia, analysing technical options to mitigate urban transport emissions, under “Asian Regional Research Program in Energy, Environment, and Climate” (ARRPEEC) Phase II and Phase III when he was working in AIT. Gabrial’s research interests include energy system modelling at national, regional (EU), and global levels, multicriteria analysis (AHP), multiobjective energy system modelling, decomposition analysis, global technology learning, modelling unconventional gas, energy efficiency improvements in developing countries, and low-carbon technology pathways for developing countries.
Mapping synergies and trade-offs between energy and the Sustainable Development Goals
Fuso Nerini F
Nature Energy (2017)
The role of technology diffusion in a decarbonizing world to limit global warming to well below 2°C: An assessment with application of Global TIMES model