My main research interest is analyzing temporal energy patterns across various geographical scales to provide insights that inform decision-making necessary for an orderly energy transition towards net-zero emissions energy systems.

Understanding the collective effort required to achieve a rapid and cost-efficient energy transition, I pursue multidisciplinary inquiry-based research that integrates methods from operations research and geospatial analysis by:

  1. Examining the spatial manifestation of energy resources across local and global communities using spatiotemporal models;
  2. Modeling the spatial patterns of environmental externalities associated with the transformation and consumption of energy resources;
  3. Identifying the barriers, challenges, and drivers that determine the provision and access to affordable, reliable, sustainable, and modern energy to all members.