I'm a data scientist/modeler with a background in energy economics and optimization. I'm interested in the intersection of the science, engineering, economics, and policy aspects of climate change and energy policy. I've dabbled in bottom-up engineering models, hydrodynamics, climate modeling, CGE macroeconomic growth models, and all sorts of nonsense in between. I've worked in Fortran, Julia, R, GAMS, AMPL, VBA, Excel, and C# but I'm happiest in Python.
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