Bamidele Adebisi is a Professor in Intelligent Infrastructure Systems, and the Head of the Smart Infrastructure and Industry Research (SIIR) Group, Department of Engineering, Manchester Metropolitan University. He received Master’s degree in advanced mobile communication engineering and Ph.D in Communication Systems, 2003 and 2009, respectively, both from Lancaster University, UK. His research is mainly in embedding sensing, communication, control, and data analytic technologies in critical infrastructure, i.e. water, energy, transport (V2X/CAV), buildings etc. He has published over 120 papers in the research areas of Internet of Things (IoT), smart cities, smart grids, peer to peer energy trading and sharing, Electric Vehicles (V2X/CAVs), PLC/wireless communication and indoor solutions for energy and occupancy management. He has been Principal Investigator (PI), Co-Investigator (CI) and Research Investigator (RI) for many research projects awarded in the subject area such as Innovate UK IoT for smart cities (£10M), EU H2020 project on Smart Cities (Triangulum) (€23M), EU FP7 Smart Grid Project (€5.5M), TSB/EPSRC smart in-building micro-grid for energy management (£700K), EPSRC UK- S.Korean Peer to Peer (P2P) Energy Trading & Sharing (£1M) in collaboration with Oxford, Imperial, Bath and 5 South Korean institutions;Jaguar Landrover funded Signal Processing for Automotive Application (£73K), and ongoing 5 Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) projects with SMEs, approx. £900K. Bamidele is a member of IET, Senior member of IEEE, a Fellow of Higher Education Academy and a Chartered Engineer.
Smart Energy Systems