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
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.