Evan Rosenlieb

Researcher III-Geospatial Science


Evan Rosenlieb is a Geospatial Scientist in the Geospatial Data Science Group in the Strategic Energy Analysis Center.

Areas of Expertise

Spatial and aspatial statistical analysis

Network routing algorithms

High performance computing

Research Interests

Open source geospatial technologies

Remote sensing and land cover/land use change science applications to energy analysis

Planning policy dimensions of renewable energy deployment


Master's in Urban and Regional Planning with a Certificate in GIS, University of Colorado Denver (2016)

B.A. in Economics with a Minor in Applied Statistics, Colorado State University (2011)

Prior Work Experience

Intern, Systems Analysis and Geospatial Data Science Group, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (2017)

Research Assistant, University of Colorado Denver Department of Planning and Architecture (2014 – 2016)

Research Associate, Department of Biology, Colorado State University (2011 – 2014)

Featured Work

Urban Development Patterns and Exposure to Hazardous and Protective Traffic Environments, Journal of Transport Geography (2018)

Task 2 Report - A GIS-Based Technical Potential Assessment of Domestic Energy Resources for Electricity Generation, NREL Technical Report (2018)