Damian Flynn received MEng and PhD degrees in Electrical & Electronic Engineering at The Queen's University of Belfast in 1991 and 1994, respectively. The PhD research programme was completed in collaboration with Parsons Power Generation Systems. In 1994 he was appointed as a SERC research fellow at The Queen's University of Belfast, before becoming a lecturer in 1995, and later a senior lecturer, at the same university. In 2009 he joined University College Dublin, School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering. where he was appointed as a SFI Stokes Senior Lecturer in Power System Operation and Control. His research interests include power system analysis and control, and renewables integration into electrical networks. He is also interested in advanced modelling and control techniques applied to power plant.
- MEngScQueen's University of Belfast
- PhDQueen's University of Belfast