Cassandra V. Rosen
- B.A.Sc., Engineering Science (Energy Systems), University of Toronto, Canada, 2015
- Currently pursuing an M.S., Technology and Policy Program, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2017
Fields: Energy Systems, Climate Change, Environmental & Energy Policy
Lab Role: Research Assistant
I come from Toronto, Canada where I completed my undergraduate studies in the Engineering Science program at the University of Toronto, majoring in Energy Systems Engineering. My undergraduate thesis focused on the development of an energy systems design tool for remote off-grid communities. I am currently pursuing a Master of Science in the Technology and Policy Program at MIT. My research at the LAE is focused on the life cycle analysis of petroleum jet fuel, and predicting the impact of future fuel use and emissions on the environment.
Posters and Presentations
“Development of an Energy Systems Design Tool for Remote Off-Grid Communities,” Rosen, C.V., Poster presented at the Women in Science and Engineering National Conference, March 21-22 2015, Toronto, Canada.
“Development of an Energy Systems Design Tool for Remote Off-Grid Communities,” Rosen, C.V., Presentation given at the Distributed Generation for Remote Communities Research Symposium, November, 2014, Toronto, Canada.
“Development of a tool for the optimal sizing of energy technologies for remote off-grid communities,” Presentation given at the Undergraduate Engineering Research Day, August, 2014, Toronto, Canada.