Contributor Profile

Gioia Falcone

Job TitleRankine Chair, Professor of Energy Engineering

Company NameUniversity of Glasgow


Gioia Falcone is Rankine Chair, Professor of Energy Engineering at the University of Glasgow. Until June 2018, she headed the Geo-Energy Engineering Centre at Cranfield University. Between 2011-2016, she held the Endowed Chair in Geothermal Energy Systems at Clausthal University of Technology, where she was also Director of the Institute of Petroleum Engineering. Gioia was formerly an assistant and then associate professor in petroleum engineering at Texas A&M University. Prior to joining academia, she worked with Eni, Enterprise Oil, Shell and Total. She is one of the 23 members of the UNECE Bureau of the Expert Group on Resource Management.

Conference Sessions

  • Academic Poster Presentations

    Wednesday09:00 - 17:0015 May 2019
    Show Floor Poster Zone

    Old Housing, New Heating: An Argument for District Heating Michael-Allan Miller, Neil Burnside, Zhibin Yu, University of Glasgow Understanding Wellbore Integri...

    • Language: English
  • Low Carbon Heat - Show Floor Seminar Theatre - Day 1

    Wednesday10:30 - 17:0015 May 2019
    Low Carbon Heat Show Floor Seminar Theatre

    10:30 | The heat is on: Turning ambition into realityFabrice Leveque, Senior Policy Manager, Scottish Renewables 10:45 | Let’s get on and do it!Dave Pearson, D...

    • Language: English
  • Energy Systems 1 - Planning energy transition

    Wednesday11:00 - 12:3015 May 2019

    Chair and Introduction: Planning energy transitions – Dr Paul Dodds, Associate Professor in Energy Systems, University College London Whole energy system zero ...

    • Language: English
  • The net zero challenge 1: Energy systems perspectives

    Thursday11:00 - 12:3016 May 2019

    Organised by the University of Edinburgh The session comprises five short presentations followed by a panel discussion and Q&A. Chair: Dr Mark Winskel, Chance...

    • Language: English

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