Cameron Wade

Cameron Wade
PhD student
Mechanical Engineering

BSc (Acadia University); MSc (University of L'Aquila and Gdansk University of Technology)

Area of expertise

Dynamical systems; bifurcation theory; energy systems modelling; network resilience

Before joining IESVic in the fall of 2016, Cameron completed his bachelor's degree at Acadia University with a double major in Physics and Mathematics where he was also a member of the football team. He then obtained his Master's degree in Mathematical Modelling from a consortium of European universities through the MathMods Erasmus Mundus programme. This past summer Cameron worked for the European Space Agency within their Advanced Concepts Team. 

Cameron's research within the 2060 project, under the supervision of Dr. Rowe and Dr. Wild, will focus on understanding and modelling the dynamics of energy systems from a complex network perspective. Uncovering certain system properties will allow a detailed study into the resilience of these networks.  

In the office, Cameron can be found doing his research or playing QWOP. Outside the office, he can be found hiking, biking, playing lawn darts, or trying to learn something new.