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Marisol Garrouste

Marisol Garrouste

Research Assistant

Department of Nuclear Engineering


Ph.D. Nuclear Engineering, University of Michigan (expected 2024)

Master's in Science and Executive Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, Mines ParisTech, 2020

Research Interests

Integrated energy systems, carbon-free technologies, carbon-free synthetic transportation fuels

Marisol Garrouste is a 4th year Ph.D. student at the University of Michigan's Nuclear Engineering program. She holds a Master of Science and Executive Engineering from Mines Paristech in France. Marisol's research interests focus on Integrated Energy Systems, in particular the interaction between nuclear reactors, other carbon-free technologies and various markets. She investigates their key policy and economics enablers as well as the range of consequences on grid reliability and profitability. Marisol is a Graduate Fellow at the Idaho National Laboratory and currently studies the production of carbon-free synthetic transportation fuels from nuclear energy.