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About Me

I am a software engineer with a background in energy modeling and geospatial analytics. I design and develop software systems to evaluate the impact of distributed energy technologies on buildings, cities, and the electrical grid. I received a Master of Science in Urbanism and Building Technology while conducting research at the MIT Sustainable Design Lab. I have published numerous papers on energy modeling and its implications for urban planning and design. I am currently the Head of Product at Station A, a Bay Area software company automating the development of clean energy.


Head of Product, Station A (July 2018 - Today)

Product Manager: Geospatial Analytics, NRG Energy (August 2016 - June 2018)

Lead Environmental Designer, NRG Energy (July 2015 - July 2016)

Research Assistant, MIT Sustainable Design Lab (March 2014 - June 2015)


Project Advisor, MIT Sloan School of Management (March 2019 - June 2021)

Advised on 3 research projects run by MBA candidates at the MIT Sloan School of Management. The projects were sponsored by Station A as part of the Laboratory for Sustainable Business (S-Lab) class.

Guest Lecturer, Cornell AAP (March 2019)

Lectured at the Environmental Systems II: Building Dynamics class for BArch candidates taught by professor Dogan. The lecture introduced the audience to the emerging fields of geospatial analytics and distributed energy modeling, and discussed the applicability of design skills beyond the architecture industry.


Master of Science in Architecture Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (September 2013 - June 2015)

Diploma in Architectural Engineering, National Technical University of Athens (September 2006 - June 2012)


Method and System for Determining Energy Management Strategies, US20180260920A1 (June 2020)

Granted patent for inventing a method to identify customers and markets for clean energy products. The method forecasts a customer’s energy usage and determines a customized set of clean energy product offerings to satisfy their needs. The patent also describes a method to select and locate clean energy products to fulfill the requirements of a utility or power provider.