Theresia joined the Energy Economics Group (EEG) as a university assistant and PhD candidate in 2018. She holds a master’s degree in Electrical Engineering (Energy Systems and Automation Engineering) from TU Wien. At EEG, Theresia is significantly involved in teaching different bachelor and master courses in energy economics and energy system modeling as well as supervision of bachelor and master studies. In research she significantly contributes to open source modelling in the field of energy communities and local electricity markets.
- Young Author Award, 16th EnInnov Conference, TU Graz
- Young Author Award, 11th IEWT2019 Conference, TU Wien
- 07/2018 — date
- University Assistant and PhD Candidate at EEG, TU Wien
- M.Sc. in Energy Systems and Automation Engineering, TU Wien