Alexandra Krumm

B.Sc. Industrial Engineering (TU Berlin)

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RLS Fellow


Alexandra Krumm is doing her PhD in the Graduate School of the Reiner Lemoine Foundation at the RLI. In her thesis in cooperation with the Technical University of Berlin (Department of Economic and Infrastructure Policy), she deals with socio-economic issues of the energy system transition. This includes aspects of the design of a socially just energy system transition, the role of various actors in the transformation process and - in the context of a "just transition" - a labor market analysis in the renewable energy sector.

From February to September 2019, Alexandra Krumm worked as a student assistant in the research area Transformation of Energy Systems at RLI and supported the team in preparing an overview study on the energy system transition.

She studied industrial engineering with a focus on energy and resource management at TU Berlin, where she also completed her bachelor's degree. During her studies, she dealt with both technical and economic aspects of the energy transition in Germany and internationally. Her master's thesis deals with the modeling of the transformation of the energy system in India, South Africa and Colombia, including socio-economic aspects. As part of her studies, Alexandra spent two semesters abroad in Istanbul (Turkey) and Chennai (India).