MSc Danielle Griego


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Danielle is a PhD student at the chair working on a multi-criteria clustering analysis to discover optimal community solar PV systems for existing urban neighbourhoods.  She holds a Master’s of Science in Civil Engineering as part of the Building Systems Program and a Bachelor’s of Science in Architectural Engineering both from the University of Colorado, Boulder (USA).  She focused on integrated system design and optimisation analysis for energy reduction strategies for commercial and residential buildings.  During her studies, Danielle also worked for a total of 2 years in industry and research.  After completing her master’s, Danielle worked as a research associate and project lead at the Energy Research Institute at NTU in Singapore in the Sustainable Building Technologies team from 2011-2014.  Danielle led various research projects including a sub-metering project with a real-time energy display for chemistry laboratories.  She also spearheaded the development of EcoCampus, a campus-wide sustainability and energy efficiency program at the NTU Campus.

Teaching: Creative Data Mining

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