I am interested in understanding the factors that shape technological change, with a particular focus on transitioning to environmentally sustainable and energy-saving technologies. Specific areas of interest include:
- Market Analytics for Decision Making: Measure and model consumer preferences to assess policy and product design and simulate consumer choice behavior.
- Sustainable Technology Change: Study how consumers, firms, markets, and policy affect the nature & pace of transitioning to sustainable energy and transportation technologies.
- Electric Vehicles & Sustainable Transportation Technologies: Assess barriers and opportunities to accelerate the development & adoption of sustainable transportation technologies.
- U.S.-China Climate Relationship: Study the critical relationship between the US and China in developing and mass producing low carbon energy technologies.
Where I Work
I am an Assistant Professor at George Washington University in the Department of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering. Prior to joining GWU I was a Postdoctoral Fellow at Boston University's Institute for Sustainable Energy. As a Ph.D. student I worked with Professor Jeremy Michalek in the Vehicle Electrification Group and Design Decisions Lab, and Professor Erica Fuchs in the Global Competitiveness Lab at Carnegie Mellon University.