Poghosyan, A. & Lee, T. E. (2017). Agent-based simulation for electric vehicles uptake and load impact on residential low voltage networks. Submitted.
Lee, T. E. (2018). The thin blue line between protesters and their counter-protesters. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 21(2), 10.
Lee, T. E. (2017). Predicting key features of a substation without monitoring. Mathematics-in-Industry Case Studies, 8(1), 3.
T. E. Lee (2017). Year ahead forecasting of electricity consumption on the low voltage network. Submitted.
Giasemidis, G., Haben, S., T. E. Lee, & Singleton, C. (2017). A genetic algorithm approach for modelling low voltage network demands. Applied Energy, 203, 463-473.
Yunusov, T., Haben, S., T. E. Lee, Ziel, F., Holderbaum, W., & Potter, B. (2017) Evaluating the Effectiveness of Storage Control in Reducing Peak Demand on Low Voltage Feeders. Cired 2017, Research Innovation Forum Glasgow, 626
Grindrod, P., & T. E. Lee (2017). On strongly connected networks with excitable-refractory dynamics and delayed coupling. Royal Society Open Science, 4, 160192.
T. E. Lee (2016). Predicting key features of a substation without monitoring, Emerging Energy Technologies Summit and Exhibition 2016 (EETSE’16).
T. E. Lee (2016). Medium term forecasts of domestic electricity use. Tokyo International Conference on Engineering and Applied Sciences, ISBN:978-986-93421-2-4.
T. E. Lee & Roberts, D. L. (2016). Devaluing rhinos as a theoretical game. Ecological modelling, 337, 73-78.
Grindrod, P. & T. E. Lee (2016). Comparison of social structures within cities of very different sizes. Royal Society open science, 3(2), 150526.
T. E. Lee, Fisher, D., Blomberg, S. & Wintle, B. (2016). Extinct or still out there? Disentangling influences on extinction and rediscovery helps to clarify the fate of species on the edge. Global change biology. DOI: 10.1111/gcb.13421.
Hinsley, A., T. E. Lee & Roberts, D. L. (2016). Estimating the extent and structure of trade in horticultural orchids via social media. Conservation biology, 30(5), 1038-1047.
T. E. Lee, Black, S. A., Fellous, A., Yamaguchi, N., Angelici, F., Al Hikmani, H., Reed, J. M., Elphick, C. S & Roberts, D. L. (2015). Assessing uncertainty in sighting records: an example of the Barbary lion. PeerJ, 3, e1224.
Poghosyan, A., Greetham, D. V., Haben, S., & T. E. Lee (2015). Long term individual load forecast under different electrical vehicles uptake scenarios. Applied Energy. 157, 699-709.
T. E. Lee, Baines, M. J. & Langdon, S. (2015) A finite difference moving mesh method based on conservation for moving boundary problems. Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, 288, 1-17.
T. E. Lee, Haben, S. A. & Grindrod, P. (2014). Modelling the weekly electricity consumption of small to medium enterprises. Progress in Industrial Mathematics at ECMI 2014. ISBN 978-3-319-23412-0.
Thompson*, C. J., T. E. Lee, \& McCarthy, M. A. (2014). Species distributions and area relationships. Journal of theoretical biology, 363, 129-133.
Clements, C., T. E. Lee, \& McCarthy, M. A. (2014). An experimental test of a Bayesian method for inferring extinction with varying search efforts (No. e466v1). PeerJ PrePrints.
T. E. Lee (2014). A simple numerical tool to infer whether a species is extinct. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 5(8), 791-796.
Baines, M. J. & T. E. Lee (2014). A large time-step implicit moving mesh scheme for moving boundary problems. Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations, 30(1), 321-338.
Thompson*, C. J., T. E. Lee, Stone, L., Burgman, M. A. & McCarthy, M. (2013). Inferring extinction risks from sighting records. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 338, 16-22.
T. E. Lee, McCarthy, M. A., Wintle, B., Bode, M., Roberts, D. L. & Burgman, M. A. (2013). Inferring extinctions from sighting records of variable reliability. Journal of Applied Ecology, 51, 251-258.
T. E. Lee, Baines, M. J., Langdon, S., & Tindall, M. J. (2013). A moving mesh approach for modelling avascular tumour growth. Applied Numerical Mathematics, 72, 99-114.
T. E. Lee (2011) Modelling time-dependent partial differential equations using a moving mesh approach based on conservation. Phd thesis.
T. E. Lee (2007) New methods for approximating acoustic wave transmission through ducts. MSc thesis.
T. E. Lee (2005) Fourier Analysis and Wavelets. BSc Hons thesis.
*Colin Thompson does not use computers, as such it is more representative to consider these two methods based papers as joint first author publications.