Dr Alex Kell

Research Associate at Imperial College London

Research Associate, Department of Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London

Dr Alex Kell is a Research Associate at the Sustainable Gas Institute (SGI) working with the energy model MUSE, joining the SGI in 2020 from Newcastle University following his PhD in computer science. During this time Alex used methods based on machine learning, reinforcement learning and multi-agent systems to develop long-term energy models of national energy systems. Previously, he studied an MEng in electrical and electronic engineering at University College London (2015).

Alex's research interests lie at the intersection of macro-economic policy, computer science and technology and my current work primarily focuses on modelling energy systems, with a a particular interest in working on complex systems and how these make an impact in a global context.

Alex joined CSaP for a 3-month EPSRC funded policy internship at the end of 2019.

Google scholar: Alexander J. M. Kell

  • 21 October 2021, 3pm

    CSaP annual meeting & reception 2021

    On 21 October 2021, CSaP hosted its first in-person networking event since the COVID-19 pandemic began. The annual meeting and reception, held at the Royal Academy of Engineering in London, provided an opportunity for 115 public policy professionals, industry leaders, and researchers to meet and share their experiences to improve decision-making.

  • 28 October 2019, 5:30pm

    Prospero’s Practicum - Conjuring the 4th Industrial Revolution on an Even Smaller Island

    The 2019 Dr Seng Tee Lee Lecture will be delivered by Jacqueline Poh, Deputy Secretary, Prime Minister's Strategy Group, Singapore

  • In news articles

    Citizen science: reshaping relations between science, government and citizens

    Professor Vogel gave the keynote address at the first event in CSaP’s new citizen science initiative.

  • In news articles

    The Brexit effect – institutional inheritance and adaptation

    A CSaP Policy Workshop, organised in collaboration with Professor of European Law, Kenneth Armstrong, explored the challenges and choice points that Brexit poses for regulatory agencies.