Polly Buotte currently works on modeling the effects of climate on vegetation productivity, mortality, and distribution. She has a BS in Wildlife Biology from Colorado State, an MS in Wildlife Biology from the University of Montana, and a PhD in Environmental Science from the University of Idaho. Research Group: Kueppers Lab Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sergio Castellanos is a Berkeley Energy & Climate Institute – Tecnológico de Monterrey (BECI–ITESM) Energy Fellow working at the Renewable and Appropriate Energy Lab with Prof. Dan Kammen. His research focuses on expanding an optimization model –SWITCH– to Mexico to determine the optimal investments in new generation and transmission assets. Through his research, he also […]
Bala Kameshwar Poolla received his B.Tech. (H) degree in Electrical Engineering, M.Tech. degree in Control System Engineering from IIT Kharagpur, India in 2013 and the Ph. D. degree in Electrical Engineering from ETH Zürich, Switzerland in 2019. He is currently a Postdoctoral Scholar with the Energy and Resources Group at the University of California, Berkeley. […]
Antoine Lesage-Landry is a Postdoctoral Scholar with the Energy & Resources Group at the University of California, Berkeley. Prior to coming to Berkeley, he received the B.Eng. degree in Engineering Physics from École Polytechnique de Montréal, QC, Canada, in 2015, and the Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Toronto, ON, Canada in […]
Tom Powell is a forest ecologist that uses empirical and theoretical approaches to understand how terrestrial ecosystems and the services they provide respond to and recover from anthropogenic and natural disturbances. He is currently a postdoctoral fellow working on the NGEE-Tropics project at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Tom has researched and published on ecosystems […]
Bo Li is a visiting Ph.D student from Chongqing University, China. He is working on switch China to how China can decarbonize China’s power system and explore how electric vehicle deployment has the effect on the power system. His research interests are agent based distributed optimization, operation of smart grid, multi objective optimization. Research: RAEL […]
Shuba Raghavan is interested in the assessment of renewable energy technologies and policies to promote a low carbon economy. Her current research involves evaluating life cycle costs and emissions of technologies and modeling pathways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in California. Earlier, she worked on the techno-economic analysis of decentralized solar applications and evaluated policies […]
Chris Jones is lead developer at the CoolClimate Network, an applied research consortium at UC Berkeley’s Renewable and Appropriate Energy Laboratory that supports the development of comprehensive, socially integrated carbon footprint management tools and programs for individuals, schools, businesses and communities. His primary research interests intersect the fields of industrial ecology, environmental psychology, and climate […]
Tony is managing the Oakland EcoBlock project, an urban sustainability experiment that brings together over 100 residents of a local Oakland neighborhood block and an inter-disciplinary team of urban designers, engineers, social scientists and policy experts from UC Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley Labs, NASA Ames Research Center and Stanford University. Using a whole-systems approach, the project […]
Dr. Susana Arrechea holds a PhD and masters degree in Nano-science and Nanotechnology from the University of Castilla—La Mancha (UCLM), Toledo, Spain, and a bachelors in chemical engineering from the University of San Carlos of Guatemala (USAC), where she is currently a researcher at the engineering faculty. In 2011 she received a fellowship through the […]
Hélène is a Ph.D. candidate in the Program in Science, Technology and Environmental Policy at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. She is visiting Professor Anthoff’s lab at ERG as an Exchange Scholar. There, she focuses on quantifying economic impacts of climate change on human migration patters, using integrated assessment models. […]
Samuel Carrara holds a Bachelor Degree and a Master Degree in Mechanical Engineering (Major: Energy and Mechanical Plants) and a PhD in Energy and Environmental Technologies, all from the University of Bergamo, Italy. After working as an engineer in the gas turbine field, he is now a researcher at Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM), Milan, […]
Christoph Clar is a political scientist whose work combines approaches from political and environmental science, social geography and natural resource governance. After his graduation from the University of Vienna (Doctoral thesis on the functions of territory for the capitalist organization of society), he started working at the Institute of Forest, Environmental and Natural Resource Policy […]
Alasdair Cohen is a Postdoctoral Researcher and Environmental Health Scientist with over 10 years of water and development related work and research experience. He completed his PhD in Environmental Science, Policy & Management and his MPH in Epidemiology at UC Berkeley, and has an MSc in Water Science, Policy, & Management from the University of […]
Deborah Sunter received a B.S in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Cornell University. There she developed a nanosatellite mission that was successfully launched into orbit. Although fascinated by aerospace applications, the time- critical issue of global warming shifted her focus in graduate school to explore renewable energy. Specializing in computational modeling of thermo-physics in multiphase […]
Cauvery is a Fulbright Visiting Scholar working on her doctoral dissertation on "The politics of energy security: India's foreign and domestic policy imperatives." Currently, Cauvery is a Research Fellow at Global India Foundation and a Doctoral student at Jadavpur University, Calcutta.
Wolfgang works at the intersection of political economy and environmental economics. His current research focuses on how national politics form international policies; on the political economy of environmental tax reforms, and on the strategic interaction of governments facing mobile factors of production such as capital and energy.
Rebecca's work examines processes where human and natural systems interact and those that elucidate the functioning of the Earth system. Her research quantifies and informs a broad range of topics from global environmental change to renewable energy systems.
Josiah Johnston grew up in a rural part of the Ozark Mountains. He is great at construction and swinging a pick. Between college and grad school he lived in Baltimore for five years. When Josiah left for grad school, he was a tenured researcher in a genetics lab and had a seat on the board […]
Stavros is a PhD student in the power systems laboratory of ETH Zurich, Switzerland. He received his diploma in electrical engineering from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, and his Master’s degree from ETH Zurich. Before starting his PhD, he worked at ABB Corporate Research Center in Switzerland. His main research focuses on planning and […]
Kevin is currently a PhD student, who works with environmental and energy economic modeling. His current research focuses on; optimal unilateral climate polices in the presence of carbon leakage, and how to improve economic estimates of global biodiversity loss. LinkedIn CV Contact email@example.com
Mingxi Liu is currently an NSERC Postdoc Fellow working at the Energy Modeling, Analysis & Control Group (EMAC) in Energy & Resources Group (ERG) with Dr. Duncan Callaway. He is particularly interested in designing and implementing advanced and tractable control algorithms in the context of Smart Grid/City. He is currently working on aggregation and charging […]
David Mozersky is the Founding Director of the Program on Conflict, Climate Change and Green Development. An expert on Sudan and South Sudan, he has been involved in conflict prevention efforts in Africa since 2001, with a specific interest in mediation, negotiation and peace processes. He has worked with the International Crisis Group, the African […]
James received his PhD in Sustainable Development from Columbia University. He previously taught assorted seminars at MIT's Experimental Study Group and electrical engineering at Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering. Until recently, he worked as a software developer, working with over a dozen companies on signal processing, social networks, and artificial intelligence. He hopes to use new technologies to help communities act on modeling insights to mitigate climate change, promote social justice, and pursue ecocentric world changing.
Rebekah Shirley believes that there is more than one path to a bright, energy secure future. Developing nations strive to connect more and more of their communities to energy. Many have emulated the fossil fuel intensive model of developed nations, but Rebekah believes that this is not necessarily the only way.
Kaito's research focuses on the dynamics of stochastic variables and probability distribution functions, which describe the behavior of macroscopic environments, such as ecological systems, climate systems and human social systems.