Michael Wilkinson was a M. Eng candidate in the UBC Clean Energy Engineering program working with Dr. Eric Mazzi. He has a BASc. in Mechanical Engineering and a BSc. in Biology from Queen’s University, and research experience in fuel cells, material equipment design, and energy related program planning. His program work with local government utilizes incentives to improve energy performance in new residential construction. Michael enjoys athletics and has competed internationally on the Canadian Olympic Rowing Team.
Project Title: Improving Energy Efficiency in Residential Construction: Design of a Green Building Program for the Township of Langley
Supervisor: Dr. Eric Mazzi
Research Interests: Energy Policy, Clean Energy Technologies, Building Sciences
Currently, Michael works as a building science research engineer at RDH building science Inc.
- M. Wilkinson, M. Blanco, E. Gu, J.J. Martin, D. P. Wilkinson, J. J. Zhang, and H. Wang, “In-Situ Experimental Technique for Measurement of Temperature and Current Distribution in PEM Fuel Cells”, ECS Electrochemical and Solid-State Letters, 9(11): A507-511 (2006)
- M. Wilkinson et al, “Conducting Current Mapping for a PEM Fuel Cell Through Temperature Measurements”, Poster presented at the Fuel Cell Seminar,Honolulu, Hawaii, November 13-17, 2006