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 modelling, risk management, operations research and policy. She also works as a mini-grid expert at INENSUS GmbH.

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 modelling tools to cope with uncertain parameters in the gas and electricity sector. She was member of the TRR-154 group.

She has been a lecturer at multiple universities and organized several conferences and training in energy industries.

Research Topics

  • Energy Systems and Energy Markets
  • Stochastic and Chance Constrained Optimization
  • Energy Access & Rural Electrification in Sub-Saharan Africa