Anna holds a BEng in Engineering with Business Administration and an MSc in Engineering with Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
During her undergraduate degree, she completed a work-study placement at the company Bosch in Germany. There she had the opportunity to experience the automotive industry. By interning in different departments over the course of three years, she gained insights into manufacturing and plant coordination processes.
She then joined UCL to complete her master’s degree with her final project based on modelling a blockchain-based peer-to-peer (P2P) energy trading platform. With a great interest in this highly innovative topic, she decided to continue her research in Energy and Blockchain by joining the LoLo CDT.
Anna’s MRes thesis focused on the analysis and design of a P2P energy trading system to support local electricity grid balance conducting a load flow analysis on a low-voltage distribution network. As part of her PhD, Anna will be focusing on scalability issues of P2P energy trading systems.
LoLo Student attends InfraTrain Autumn School 2019
6th February 2020
Anna Gorbatcheva – Women4Climate Blogpost – Women in LoLo