Isabelle Viole

Doctoral fellow
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Visiting address Gunnar Randers vei 19 2007 Kjeller Norway

Academic interests

As member of the Energy Storage Systems Group, I model energy storage systems based on hydrogen technology and batteries.
In the AtLAST design study team I model a novel hybrid energy storage system for the planned Atacama Large Aperture Submillimeter Telescope (AtLAST). The goal is to power this telescope in Chile with renewable electricity using a photovoltaic system and hybrid energy storage.


I am a Mechanical Engineer (M.Eng.) in renewable energies which I studied at the University of Applied Sciences Berlin and the KTH Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm. I wrote my master's thesis at the German Aerospace Center on reducing complexity in sector-coupled energy systems.
Before, I followed undergraduate studies in Environmental and Sustainability Sciences at the Leuphana University Lüneburg. During this time I worked as a research assistant at the University of Toronto (Drinking Water Research) and the State University of São Paolo (Chemical Engineering).

Tags: WP5-Energy, Engineering, environmental and sustainability


Wang, Chengjin; Hofmann, Michael; Safari, Armin; Viole, Isabelle; Andrews, Susan; Hofmann, Ron (2019). Chlorine is preferred over bisulfite for H2O2 quenching following UV-AOP drinking water treatment. Water Research. ISSN 0043-1354. 165.

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