Sam Molnar

20182024

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Personal Profile

Sam Molnar’s research work focuses on developing novel visualization designs and interaction techniques to support power system stakeholders' analyses for many scenarios such as real-time operations, model comparisons, state estimation, science communication, etc. Her doctoral work focused on the oscillatory changes to power system dynamics with renewable integration and defines new measures to help describe these changes. 

Research Interests

Analysis & Visualization of Power Systems

Professional Experience

Graduate Research Assistant, NREL (2017–Current)

Graduate Part-Time Instructor, University of Colorado Boulder (2021)

Research Assistant, University of Colorado Boulder (2017)

Teaching Assistant, University of Colorado Boulder (2015-2016)

Research Assistant, University of Denver (2014–2015)

Education/Academic Qualification

PhD, Computer Science, University of Colorado Boulder

Master, Computer Science, University of Colorado Boulder

Bachelor, Physics, University of Denver

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