Annika Eberle

Annika Eberle

20162024

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Personal Profile

Annika Eberle is a member of the Resources and Sustainability Group in the Strategic Energy Analysis Center. She uses tools from system dynamics, techno-economic analysis, and life-cycle assessment to model energy systems and assess the costs and impacts of different energy technologies. As part of her graduate work, she collaborated with multidisciplinary teams to develop computational models of biological systems and understand the mechanical design principles used by plant tendrils and insect wings. Outside of work, Annika enjoys hiking, photography, cooking, and trail running. 

Research Interests

System dynamics
Sustainability analysis
Techno-economic analysis
Life cycle assessment
Fluid-structure interaction
Bio-inspired materials and design

Professional Experience

Postdoctoral Researcher, NREL, Golden, Colorado (2016–2017)
Graduate Intern, NREL, Golden, Colorado (2015–2016)
Research and Teaching Assistant, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington (2013–2015)
NSF Graduate Research Fellow, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington (2010–2013)
Research Assistant, Harvey Mudd College, Claremont, California (2007–2009) 

Education/Academic Qualification

Bachelor, Engineering, Harvey Mudd College

PhD, Mechanical Engineering, University of Washington

Master, Mechanical Engineering, University of Washington

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