Genevieve Starke
20232024

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Personal Profile

Genevieve Starke is a research engineer at NREL working at the National Wind Technology Center.  Her work focuses on the modeling, design, and control of wind-based hybrid energy systems.  She obtained her PhD from Johns Hopkins University in mechanical engineering where she focused on wind farm modeling and control.  She enjoys researching complex wind-based hybrid energy systems both from a modeling and a controls standpoint.  She is also working on developing high-fidelity validation platforms for these systems. 

Research Interests

Wind farm modeling and control

Hybrid energy systems

High fidelity validation

Professional Experience

Research Engineer, National Wind Technology Center (2022–Present)

Postdoctoral Researcher, National Wind Technology Center (2022)

Education/Academic Qualification

PhD, Mechanical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University

Master, Mechanical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University

Bachelor, Aerospace Engineering, Syracuse University

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