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Richard Bucknall

  • Professor of Marine Systems & Director of Research
  • UCL Mechanical Engineering

Contact details

Telephone:
020 7679 3777
Email:
r.bucknall@ucl.ac.uk
Research profile:
IRIS Page
Personal website:
Personal website

About Prof Richard Bucknall

Currently Professor of Marine and Power Systems Engineering and the department’s Director of Research , Professor Bucknall specialises in marine engineering, autonomy and propulsion engineering. His currently runs three technology research groups working in the fields of low carbon shipping, hybrid propulsion using fuel cells, and navigation solutions to autonomous surface vessel. His current sponsors include EPSRC, InnovateUK, and ONR (USA) and he works with global companies and organisations including UK MOD, Rolls Royce and BMT.

He is an active member of several organisations including IET, IEEE, IMarEST and SNAME. He is co-editor of the Journal of Marine Engineering and Technology. He currently serves as an external examiner at Southampton University.

Modules taught

MECHGR11, MECHM009 Electrical Machines and Power Electronic Systems; MECHGR12, GM12 Electrical Power Systems and Electrical Propulsion; MECHGR91 Ship Design Project; MECHM020 New and Renewable Engineering Systems.

Additional non-UCL roles

Visiting Professor Stevens Institute of Technology

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