Professor David Flynn
- Professor in Cyber Physical Systems (Autonomous Systems & Connectivity)
David joined the University of Glasgow in 2022 as a Professor of Cyber Physical Systems. David is a member of the Energy and Sustainability Group, as well as the Communication, Sensing and Imaging Group.
Professor Flynn is a co-founder of the UKs EPSRC National Centre for Energy System Integration, UK Offshore Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Hub for Offshore Energy Asset Integrity Management (ORCA) for the Certification of Assets, and the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Embedded Intelligence.
Professor Flynn has published over 180 papers, holds several patents, established industrial innovation centres and created new companies. Professor Flynn is the recipient of several national and international awards for his research, including the Interface Knowledge Exchange Champion of the Year for 2020, Rushlight Innovation Award, and the Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET) Leslie H Paddle prize. Professor Flynn is also the IET Information Technology Innovation of the Year 2019 and Global Innovation of the Year winner 2019.
David is a Visiting Professor at Heriot-Watt University, Eminent Overseas Professor of Nagasaki University and the Vice-Chair of the Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET) Scotland. His degrees include a BEng (Hons), 1st Class in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (2002), an MSc (Distinction) in Microsystems (2003) and a PhD in Microscale Magnetic Components (2007), from Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh.
- Cyber Physical Systems
- Data and Digitalisation
- Energy Systems
- Autonomous Systems
- Reliability Analysis
- Prognostics and Health Management
See Professor Flynn's grants on the UKRI website.
- Energy Systems
- Electrical Engineering
- Smart System Integration
Professor David Flynn is a Data and Digitalisation consultant for SP Energy Networks, and a TUV SuD Associate on autonomous systems and data analysis for critical infrastructure and systems.