PhD Research - Niklas Griessbaum

Diplom-Ingenieur (BS, MS Mechanical Engineering), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

The amount of data available to solve environmental problems is increasing rapidly, but data usage can be significantly limited by its discoverability, transparency, and reliability. Niklas is interested in using environmental informatics to develop and improve data methodologies and infrastructures to make data more accessible. Niklas’s previous experience includes studies in energy and environmental engineering and geospatial and data-driven analysis of domestic energy demand, co-generation, and market intelligence for the national energy provider of France.


Year Admitted: 2016
Research Areas:
Environmental informatics
Faculty Advisor: James Frew

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