Lindsay Anderson is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biological and Environmental Engineering and the Norman R. Scott Sesquicentennial Faculty Fellow. Professor Anderson is working to integrate renewable energy into existing energy markets. She is very interested in wind energy, which she wants to help harvest more effectively. Additionally, she studies rapidly evolving energy technologies, changing policy, and fickle markets. Given her focus on systems modeling and optimization, she is poised to overcome some of the obstacles to a sustainable, renewable energy future.
Professor Anderson’s research interests focus on the application of systems modeling and optimization to energy and the environment. Current projects include mitigation of wind generation uncertainty through the use of other renewable energy sources, the cost of wind energy uncertainty on existing power systems, and the implications of process uncertainties in biofuels production outcomes
Professor Anderson teaches students computer modeling of realistic problems in biological and environmental engineering. Her teaching approach is hands-on and interactive, using case-based model development. Her current courses are BEE 1510 Introduction to Computer Programming and BEE 4880 Applied Modeling and Simulation for Renewable Energy Systems.