Kevin Naik is an Hourly Paid Lecturer and PhD Researcher within the School of Architecture Design & The Built Environment. Kevin’s primary responsibility is to carry out research in the field of Sustainable Energy Systems. In addition to the research, His responsibilities including teaching across both BSc and MA/MSc Product Design, Civil Engineering Architectural Technology and Computer Science courses.
- MSc. Robotics (Kings College London)
- M.B.A Technology Management (CEPT University)
- B.Tech Mechatronics (Ganpat University)
- Hourly Paid Lecturer (Nottingham Trent University)
- Junior Research Fellow (Ahmedabad University)
- Assistant Professor (Silver Oak College of Engineering and Technology)
- Larsen and Toubro Limited
- Abellon Clean Energy Limited
- Technology Consultant
Kevin's current research focus is optimising district heating using modern technologies like machine learning, cloud computing etc. His research interest includes medical devices and systems, medical robotics, sustainable energy and optimising energy system.
- Participation in 7th International Conference on Smart Energy Systems on September 2021
- Web Designer and part of organising team of 17th International Symposium on District Heating and Cooling (DHC) at NTU, Nottingham, UK, Sept. 2021
- Expert Lecture on IoT in Ingenium 2020 at Ahmedabad University, India.
- Member Of Institution of Engineering Designers (MIED)
- Member Of Institution of Engineering and Technology (MIET)
- Member Of British Computing Society (MBCS)
Sponsors and collaborators
- University of Nottingham
- Imperial College of London
- Open University
- Kevin Naik, Anton Ianakiev (2021). Heat demand prediction: A real-life data model vs simulated data model comparison. Energy Reports, Volume 7, Supplement 4, Pages 380-388.
- Sean Jones, Richard Charlesworth, Kevin Naik, Thomas Charlesworth, Edward O’Dwyer, Anton Ianakiev, Jeff Johnson, Rabah Boukhanouf, Mark Gillott, Victor Sellwood, Joy Aloor (2021). A multi-energy system optimisation software for advanced process control using hypernetworks and a micro-service architecture. Energy Reports, Volume 7, Supplement 4, Pages 167-175.
- Naik, K. and Patel, S (2018). An open source smart home management system based on IOT. Wireless Network.
Course(s) I teach on
Product Design - BSc (Hons)