Andrew Pike


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    I possess broad expertise in the application of statistical methods, machine learning, mathematical modelling, optimisation methods and control system theory.

    I have accumulated considerable advanced technical engineering experience from periods spent in the power, aerospace and process industries. I have also worked within the academic sector on EPSRC funded research programmes, both at City University (London) and Strathclyde University (Glasgow).

    I graduated from The City University, London, with a 1st Class Honours Degree in Electronics Engineering in 1986. Subsequently I gained a Masters Degree with Distinction in Control Engineering in 1993, again from City University. I was awarded a PhD in 1998 by the University of Strathclyde for research into supervisory control of power plants. I am a Chartered Engineer and Member of the Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET UK)



    Education/Academic qualification

    Control Engineering, Doctorate, On Supervisory Control System Design with Application to Power Generation Plants., University of Strathclyde

    1 Jan 199331 May 1995

    Award Date: 1 Jul 1998

    Control Engineering, MSc, Implementation and Application of ISOPE Algorithms, City, University of London

    1 Sept 199031 Mar 1993

    Award Date: 31 Mar 1993

    Secondary Mathematics Teaching, Postgraduate Certificate, PGCE in Secondary Mathematics Teaching, Canterbury Christ Church University

    1 Sept 198630 Jun 1987

    Award Date: 30 Jun 1987

    Electronics Engineering, Degree, Almost uncontrollability and the state feedback matrix, City, University of London

    1 Sept 198330 Jun 1986

    Award Date: 30 Jun 1986


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