Lauren Sittler

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Personal Profile

Lauren is a member of the Strategic Energy Analysis Center's Resources and Sustainability Group. She currently splits her time between research of two markets: biofuels and vehicular transportation. 

Research Interests

Biofuel adoption logistics including production, supply chains, policies, and investment strategies

Sustainable transportation and technological advances in vehicular travel

Areas of Expertise

Lauren is currently working on the Automotive Deployment Projection Tool (ADOPT) as well as the Biomass Scenario Model (BSM). These projects employ MATLAB object-oriented programming and system dynamics modeling in STELLA. Lauren has a background in chemical engineering, public policy, and supply chain management. 

Professional Experience

Energy Consulting Manager, PowerAdvocate, Boston, MA (2018–2019)

Chemical Process Engineer, Carnegie Strategic Design Engineers, Pittsburgh, PA (2014–2017)

Product Management Professional, Aspen Technology, Burlington, MA (2012–2014)

Education/Academic Qualification

Bachelor, Chemical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University

Bachelor, Engineering and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University

Master, Supply Chain Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Certificate, Sustainability, Massachusetts Institute of Technology


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