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Title

Senior Teaching Fellow

Contact

WMG
University of Warwick
Coventry
CV4 7AL
T:   024 7615 1433
E:   Antony.Allen@warwick.ac.uk
W:   WMG Energy and Electrical

Research Interests

Automotive engineering. Vehicle electrification and hybridisation. Low carbon mobility. Sustainable automotive engineering. STEM education.

Biography

Antony is a Chartered Engineer and Fellow of the IMechE and IET. Since 2001 he has worked in automotive low-carbon powertrain research and development. He has significant industry experience working at Jaguar Cars and Zytek Automotive, specialising in vehicle control systems and hardware-in-the-loop simulation. He is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and has studied and worked in STEM education at various levels from secondary and further through to higher education. Antony earned his PhD in control systems for automotive diesel engines at the University of Nottingham in 2006.

At Warwick, Antony is an education specialist. He designed and now leads WMG's full and part-time MSc in Sustainable Automotive Engineering, managing a suite of MSc modules in hybrid and electric vehicle engineering which he also delivers on WMG's professional programmes:
  • Automotive Hybridisation and Electrification
  • Propulsion Technology for HEV Applications
  • Energy Storage and HV Systems for HEV Applications
Antony supervises a number of doctoral, masters and undergraduate project students, and is active on a number of committees and steering groups both within and outside the university. Antony is author and co-author of a number of international conference and journal papers on both automotive engineering and STEM education topics.

Publications

Conferences
  • Allen, A. J., 2015. Tomorrow's technology for yesterday's graduates : WMG expansion of the technical accreditation scheme at the University of Warwick. 8th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, Seville, Spain, 18-20 Nov 2015, Published in ICERI2015 Proceedings, pp. 5620-5629, View
  • Allen, A. J., 2012. The challenges of electric vehicle powertrain integration. Niche Vehicle Network Symposium 2012, Heritage Motor Centre, Gaydon, UK, 6 Mar 2012, View
  • Allen, A. J., Beardmore, R., Nash, R., 2008. Generic integrated systems modelling for low carbon, zero emission and concept, whole vehicle, simulation. Hybrid and Eco-Friendly Vehicle Conference, 2008. IET HEVC 2008, WMG, Coventry, UK, 8-9 Dec 2008, Published in Hybrid and Eco-Friendly Vehicle Conference, 2008. IET HEVC 2008, View
  • Allen, A., Leong, D. K. W., Shayler, P. J., Pegg, I., Bell, I., Brown, A., Dumenil, J-C., 2007. The comparison of lubricating oil formulations through motored friction tests on engines. Royal Society of Chemistry Additives 2007 Conference, London, 17-18 Apr 2007, View
  • Shayler, P. J., Allen, A. J., Leong, D. K. W., Pegg, I., Brown, A. J., Dumenil, J-C., 2007. Characterising lubricating oil viscosity to describe effects on engine friction. 2007 JSAE/SAE International Fuels and Lubricants Meeting, Kyoto, Japan, 23-27 July 2007, Published in SAE Technical Papers, View
  • Shayler, P. J., Allen, A. J., Roberts, A. L., 2005. Running real-time engine model simulation with hardware-in-the-loop for diesel engine development. SAE 2005 World Congress & Exhibition, Detroit, MI, USA, 11-14 Apr 2005, Published in SAE Technical Papers, View
  • Allen, A. J., Shayler, P. J., Roberts, A. L., 2004. Integrating the real time simulation of diesel engine behaviour and hardware-in-the loop technology to Aid ECU/EMS development. IMechE Conference on Internal Combustion Engine Performance and Emissions, London, UK, 7-8 Dec 2004, Published in Proc of IMechE Conf C622, View

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