I am currently pursuing my PhD in the Energy System Modelling Group of Dr. Tom Brown at the Institute for Automation and Applied Informatics of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, where I develop methodologies to improve power network representations in cross-sectoral decarbonised energy system models that co-optimise generation, transmission and storage expansion.

Previously, I did research at the Fraunhofer ISI, after I had finished my studies of Sustainable Energy Systems at the University of Edinburgh. I completed my Master in 2017 with a dissertation focussed on the optimal scheduling of electric vehicles in distribution networks under uncertainty. Before that, I studied industrial engineering centred on energy informatics and energy technologies at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. I wrote my Bachelor thesis on heat pump scheduling using genetic algorithms at the Research Centre for Information Technology (FZI).

My research interests evolve around renewable energy networks, energy system modelling, sector coupling, large-scale optimisation and energy technologies.


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