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Paige Jadun

Researcher IV-Decision Support Analysis

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Paige Jadun is an Energy Systems Modeling Engineer in the Industrial Systems and Fuels Group within the Strategic Energy Analysis Center, with experience in linear and mixed-integer programming, discrete event simulation, and system dynamics. She has performed research in sustainable mobility, network optimization, supply chain analysis, and biofuels.

Research Interests

Transportation and energy systems modeling
Sustainable mobility
Integration of hydrogen with the electric power system


M.S. in Industrial and Operations Engineering, University of Michigan
B.S. in Industrial and Operations Engineering, University of Michigan

Prior Work Experience

Supply Chain Design Consultant, LLamasoft, Ann Arbor, MI

Featured Work

Laura J. Vimmerstedt, Brian W. Bush, Daniel Inman, Paige Jadun and Steve Peterson. Application of a Variance-Based Sensitivity Analysis Method to the Biomass Scenario Learning Model. Submitted to System Dynamics Review.

Awards and Honors

U.S. Department of Energy Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Program Award, H2@Scale (2018)