University of Geneva
Selin is now a researcher in University of Geneva, Institute for Environmental Sciences on scenario modelling related to energy consumption in buildings.
During her time at LoLo, Selin was also involved in IEA Annex 66 expert meeting contributing to final report and nook published by the group. She also had a visit to Osaka University in Japan to work and publish a thorough review of occupant behaviour and household electricity demand modelling.
Selin is a graduate of London- Loughborough EPSRC centre for doctoral training in Energy Demand. She received his PhD in 2017 for her research and thesis entitled ‘Stochastic Bottom-up Modelling of Household Appliance Usage to Quantify the Demand Response Potential in UK Residential Sector’. Prior to PhD, Selin graduated from the department of chemical engineering in Middle East Technical University in Turkey. She studied MSc on Renewable Energy Science and Technology in Ecole Polytechnique in France with a scholarship from EDF (Electricité de France) where she mainly focused on renewable energy technologies such as biogas, photovoltaic and also energy markets.