Tatiana González Grandón is a researcher, lecturer at the HU Berlin and consultant working in energy economics, technology, stochastic and chance constrained optimization. She has five years of expertise in energy
She is a research affiliate of the MIT-Universal Energy Lab.
Tatiana received a Math+ Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) Excellence Scholarship to pursue her Ph.D., where she developed new optimization and
She has been a lecturer at multiple universities and organized several conferences and training in energy industries.
- Energy Systems and Energy Markets
- Stochastic and Chance Constrained Optimization
- Energy Access & Rural Electrification in Sub-Saharan Africa