I am a doctoral candidate from the Berlin Institute of Technology, currently working as a research associate at the department of environment, energy, and transportation of the German Institute of Economic Research (DIW Berlin). Additionally, I am associated with the Hertie School of Governance, where I work on research projects on the interdependencies between traffic, health, and air pollution.
My research focus is on environmental and energy economics, with a particular emphasis on applied micro-econometrics and numeric modeling. Regarding environmental economics, I study the effect of global externalities like pollution, climate, and energy infrastructure on several realms of human affairs as health, productivity, wellbeing, and labor supply. Concerning energy economics, I use numeric modeling to analyze the effect of current decarbonization policies on the energy system.
Research Interests: Applied Econometrics, Environmental Economics, Energy Economics, Labor Economics, Health Economics, Energy Modelling, Machine Learning, IO.