What’s it like to be a researcher at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory?
On 25 October Cornell alum Dr Paula Doubrawa provided illuminating insights into the research and working environment at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory with a presentation to 20 Engineering undergrads, graduate students and postdocs at lunchtime entitled ‘ What’s it like to be a researcher at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory?’.
Dr Doubrawa was on campus to give a lecture in her former supervisor Professor Barthelmie’s course ‘MAE4020 Wind Power’ on offshore wind power. She then described NREL’s wind energy research and gave an enthusiastic q&a session fielding a diverse and interesting range of questions from Cornell students.
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