Dr Derrick Holliday is a member of the Power Electronics, Drives and Energy Conversion research group at the University of Strathclyde, where he has held the position of Reader since 2015.
His main research interests include wide band gap semiconductor switching devices and power converters for applications including bulk power transfer, renewable energy integration, and automotive systems, and electric machine drives for transportation systems. He has published in excess of 150 papers.
He has led major internationally collaborative, industrially focused research projects, funded by industry, and UK and European funding councils, and was instrumental in establishing the prestigious UK Government funded UKRI Driving the Electric Revolution ‘DER Centre Scotland’ Industrialisation Centre in 2020.
Dr Derrick Holliday
Associate Dean (Research)
Faculty of Engineering
University of Strathclyde