Ana’s work focuses on energy-water interactions and environmental stressors on the electricity system, including drought and heat wave events.
Electricity grid operations
Extreme event analysis
PhD, Mechanical Engineering, University of Wisconsin – Madison, 2018
M.S., Mechanical Engineering, Northern Arizona University, 2014
B.S., Engineering Mechanics, University of Wisconsin – Madison, 2007
Modeling Radiative-convective Cooling Panels for Nighttime Passive Cooling Applications, Journal of Solar Energy Engineering, 2017.
An Assessment of Blended Learning in Mechanics of Materials, Presented at American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, 2017.
Night sky cooling for concentrating solar power plants, Applied Energy, 2016.
Lean Retro-Commissioning: Improving the Effectiveness of the Utility Sponsored Retro-Commissioning Process, Proceedings of the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings, 2010.
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