Ciaran Roberts completed his undergraduate degree in Energy Systems Engineering from University College Dublin in 2013 and a Masters in Energy Systems Engineering in 2015. His primary focus of work within this period was the utilization of stochastic calculus and highly granular data to develop a load modeling practice which better captures the volatility in loading profiles at low voltage levels. Ciaran joined the Grid Integration Group, within the Energy Storage and Distributed Division at LBNL, in August 2015 as a Scientific Engineering Associate. His primary area of research centers on the utilization of high frequency measurements device, at both the medium and low voltage level, to better understand the impact of distributed energy resources on the grid and potential mitigation actions to alleviate these impacts.
Emma Stewart, Ciaran Roberts, Emre Can Kara, and Michaelangelo Tabone