Main activities and responsibilities: - To pursue a personal research programme relevant to the area of Power Systems. - To publish the outcomes of research in outlets of international standing. - To secure external research funding. - To supervise and manage research projects. - To pursue opportunities for the commercialisation of research. - To supervise postgraduate students at Masters and doctoral levels. - To produce an annual personal research plan. - To teach and inspire undergraduate and postgraduate students and to conduct associated assessments. - To provide academic support and advice to undergraduate and postgraduate students. - To seek opportunities for the commercialisation of research and the formation of social enterprises.
Jan 2013 – Sep 2013: Senior Lecturer in Electrical Engineering
Main activities and responsibilities: - To develop and delivery of learning, teaching and assessment. This includes substantial responsibility for the design, enhancement and organisation of teaching and learning, for curriculum development, or for the student experience more broadly e.g. as year tutor or course tutor. - To develop innovative approaches to teach and support students through the use of a wide range of learning resources and appropriate pedagogic practice. - To contribute actively to applied research groups or communities of practice internally and/or externally: (a) making a substantial contribution to bids and tenders for external projects or contracts, (b) making a substantial contribution to delivery of externally-funded projects or contracts (c) disseminating research outputs using a range of media, (d) developing external networks nationally and/or internationally, (f) supervising research students - To undertake work with a range of external partners and professional bodies/agencies in the UK and overseas. - To work effectively as a team member, chairing committees and working groups, and where appropriate supervising or mentoring other members of staff. - To undertake professional development in support of teaching and applied research, and if appropriate in support of student welfare and curriculum management.
Jan 2012-Dec 2013: Lecturer in Electrical Engineering
Main activities and responsibilities: - To take responsibility for development, preparation and delivery of teaching, learning and assessment both at undergraduate and postgraduate levels including module leadership where appropriate. - To contribute to the development, organisation and management of the curriculum. - To deliver research that is considered by experts to be internationally competitive or leading. - To publish research outputs in international journals - To write grant proposals to procure external research funding. - To contribute to the wider student experience e.g. through personal tutoring, participation in recruitment, involvement in employability initiatives - To assist with development of external partnerships in the UK and/or overseas and development of relationships with professional organisations and agencies where appropriate. - To participate in the development, administration and marking of assessments.
Lecturer in Electrical
Jan 2009 – Dec 2011: Post Doctoral Research Associate
From October 2009 to December 2011, Dr González-Longatt is part of the project “Real-time Frequency-based Corrective Control of Future Networks - FreCon”, (EPRSC Project EP/G055211/1). Its aim is creates a wide-area intelligent system, that empowers the future power grids by providing critical and extensive synchronised information in real-time, assessing system vulnerability quickly, and performing timely corrective control actions based on system-wide considerations. Dr González-Longatt is responsible for the design of a new closed-loop coordinated corrective control scheme, which can be applied to eliminating frequency instabilities, cascading outages and catastrophic blackouts in networks.
From to January 2009 to October 2009, Dr González-Longatt was part of the large-scale Integrated Project co-founded by the European Commission under the 7th Framework Programme (FP7) in the energy area called ADDRESS. "Development of Interactive Distribution Energy Networks". Research interests related to both projects include: - Investigate the potential and the requirements of active demand from the consumers’ and the electricity retailers’ perspectives. - Development of the emerging demand aggregation business whose role will be to gather, coordinate and offer the flexibilities of consumers to the grid and electricity markets. - Development of a number of relevant scenarios representatives of the diversity of the possible evolutions of the European electricity industry and its consumers.
2006 – Jan 2010: Associate Professor in Power Systems