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Biography My current research is focused on the use of computational intelligence techniques in modelling the dynamic thermal behaviour of electrical machines under different operational scenarios. My work also extends to developing efficient and accurate surrogate models that can be used in speeding up optimisation runs in computationally intensive multi-objective optimisation problems. Prior to embarking on the PhD journey, I worked in developing the internet infrastructure that connects research and education institutions in Eastern and Southern Africa, and supported science communities globally.
Research Interests Optimisation of Electrical Machines Using Data-Driven Dynamic Thermal Models and Surrogate-Based Multi-Objective Evolutionary Algorithms. Supervised by Dr Ciprian Zavoianu, Prof John McCall and Dr Andrei Petrovski