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Nadia is an electrical engineering researcher in the Transmission & Distribution Interactions Group within the Grid Planning and Analysis Center with a focus on distribution system modeling. She works on projects involving distributed energy resource integration including electric vehicles, bridging transmission and distribution systems, and wildfire risk assessment and management as related to power systems. Her previous work involved power generation dispatch optimization, especially when involving energy storage, renewables, and thermal systems. She has experience in machine learning and numerical optimization methods for power system controls. 

Research Interests

Grid-electric vehicle integration

Wildfire-power system interactions

Transmission and distribution co-simulation for increased distributed energy resource adoption 

Professional Experience

Research Assistant, Washington State University (2016–2019)

Graduate Intern, Pacific Northwest National Lab (2019)

Graduate Intern, Sandia National Lab (2017)

Mechanical Engineer, Siemens Energy Inc. (2015–2016)

Undergraduate Intern, Baltimore Gas and Electric (2014)

Undergraduate Intern, Army Research Lab (2013)

Education/Academic Qualification

Bachelor, Mechanical Engineering, University of Maryland

PhD, Mechanical Engineering, Washington State University

Master, Mechanical Engineering, Washington State University


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