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Department of Computer Science and Technology


Energy and Environment Group (EEG)

The Energy and Environment Research Group applies computer science to address renewable energy integration, energy demand reduction, and the assessment and management of environmental impact (e.g. climate change, biodiversity loss, deforestation) from anthropogenic activities.

We operate in an interdisciplinary manner, collaborating with climate scientists, ecologists, engineers, lawyers, regulators, and economists, and conducting wide engagement with external partners to effect evidence-based outcomes.


Our primary goal is to have a measurable impact on tools and techniques for de-risking our future. To do so, we share recent advances at the intersection of computer science, energy, and the environment through seminars, workshops, and scientific publications. We also help form collaborations between group members to coordinate interdisciplinary initiatives across University departments. 


EEG members are, in the first instance, faculty members in the Department for Computer Science and Technology and their students. We also invite membership from Postdocs, PhDs, Lab Visitors and Master’s students primarily from other departments, as appropriate.


A list of talks for the current term can be found below; talks from prior terms are linked to this page. Seminar details can also be found at Recordings from the EEG seminar series are available to watch online. We thank the Institute of Computing for Climate Science for their sponsorship of this series.


Upcoming seminars

Michaelmas term