Isabelle Viole

Doctoral Research Fellow - Section for Energy Systems
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Visiting address Gunnar Randers vei 19 2007 Kjeller
Postal address Postboks 70 2027 Kjeller
Other affiliations Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences (Student)

Academic interests
I model energy storage systems based on hydrogen technology and batteries.
In the AtLAST design study I work on a novel hybrid energy storage system for the planned Atacama Large Aperture Submillimeter Telescope. The goal is to power this telescope in Chile with renewable electricity using solar energy and a hybrid energy storage.

Background
I studied Environmental and Sustainability Sciences (B.Sc.) and Mechanical Engineering of Renewable Energies (M.Eng.) at the Leuphana University Lueneburg, the University of Applied Sciences Berlin and the KTH Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm. My master's thesis at the German Aerospace Center was dedicated to reducing complexity in sector-coupled energy systems.
Prior to my work at the UiO, I was a research assistant at the University of Toronto (Drinking Water Research) and the State University of São Paolo (Chemical Engineering) and worked in Power Market Analysis in Berlin.

Publications
Wang, Chengjin; Hofmann, Michael; Safari, Armin; Viole, Isabelle; Andrews, Susan; Hofmann, Ron (2019). Chlorine is preferred over bisulfite for H2O2 quenching following UV-AOP drinking water treatment. Water Research. ISSN 0043-1354. 165. doi.org/10.1016/j.watres.2019.115000

Tags: AtLAST, Energy Storage, Energy systems, Hydrogen Storage
Published Apr. 28, 2021 3:30 PM - Last modified May 23, 2022 9:57 AM