Aman Majid is a Fellow at the Oxford Martin School. His research focuses on energy and water infrastructure systems, specialising in coupled systems modelling of these networks. Aman is working on the Oxford Martin Programme on Transboundary Resources Management, where he is developing models and tools to understand energy-water interactions in Israel, Palestine, and Jordan. Aman is also conducting energy systems analysis for the Coalition for Climate Resilient Investment (CCRI) project on creating a platform for infrastructure risk assessment and resilient investment prioritisation in Jamaica.
Before his current position, Aman completed his DPhil in the Environmental Change Institute, focusing on developing systems modelling approaches for the energy-water nexus in the UK. During his doctoral work, Aman was invited to participate in the Young Summer Scientist Programme (YSSP) at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), and was also seconded to the Department for Civil Engineering at the University of Auckland.
Aman has previously worked in consultancy within the energy and utilities sector, working with clients such as National Grid, SSE, and Thames Water. He has also worked as a process optimisation engineer whilst studying for his undergraduate degree in Engineering.