Assistant Professor

BSc (New Brunswick); MSc (Victoria); PhD (Maine)

Matt Hall's research focuses on wind and marine renewable energy technologies and renewable energy integration. His training is in mechanical engineering, with time spent at the universities of PEI, New Brunswick, Victoria, and Maine. Under the banner of climate change mitigation, most of Matt's efforts are aimed at either lowering the cost of deep-water (floating) offshore wind energy or exploring energy system decarbonization pathways for PEI.

Recent Publications

Comparison of pilot-scale floating offshore wind farms with shared moorings

Ocean Engineering, 2019

Initial comparison of lithium battery and high-temperature thermal turbine electricity storage for 100% wind and solar electricity supply on Prince Edward Island

Energies, 2018

Comparison of seabed friction formulations in a lumped-mass mooring model

ASME 2018 1st International Offshore Wind Technical Conference, San Francisco, California, USA, November 4–7, 2018

Validation of a hybrid modeling approach to floating wind turbine basin testing

Wind Energy, 2018

Experimental study of motion and mooring behavior of a floating oscillating water column wave energy converter

Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on the Application of Physical Modelling in Coastal and Port Engineering and Science (Coastlab18), Santander, Spain, May 22-26, 2018, 2018

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