Dr. Emily Beagle

Biography

Emily Beagle, Ph.D. is the CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow in Data Curation for Energy Economics at the University of Texas at Austin. She works jointly with UT Libraries and the Energy Institute and Webber Energy Group to integrate and manage large, multi-component data sets for energy systems. Her research background includes experimental combustion work, specifically examining the co-utilization of woody biomass for energy sector emission reductions. She has also assessed the feasibility of bioenergy projects using techno-economic assessment and life cycle assessment. Her research interests include renewable energy deployment and integration with the grid, energy policy for emission reductions and energy economics. She holds bachelor’s degrees in Energy Systems Engineering and Mechanical Engineering, a master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Wyoming.

Research Topics

Renewable energy, Bioenergy, Combustion, Energy Policy

Education

Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering – 2018 – University of Wyoming
M.S. Mechanical Engineering – 2014 – University of Wyoming
B.S. Mechanical Engineering – 2012 – University of Wyoming
B.S. Energy Systems Engineering – 2012 – University of Wyoming

Awards

NSF Graduate Research Fellowship – Spring 2013
Nielson Graduate Excellence Fellowship – Spring 2016
Outstanding Poster Presentation – 2nd Place – C3E Women in Clean Energy Symposium – November 2015
Selected Attendee – International School on Energy Systems – Germany – September 2015

Additional Documents
Contact Information
E: e.beagle@austin.utexas.edu