UCL Energy Institute


Ms Marianne Zeyringer

Senior Research Associate

Bartlett School Env, Energy & Resources

Faculty of the Built Environment

Joined UCL
4th Nov 2013

Research summary

Teaching summary

Marianne Zeyringer's  research is on designing future low carbon energy systems with a focus on the integration of variable renewable energy sources considering weather/climate variations, social acceptance and the interaction with land and water.


PhD, Energy Modelling |


Marianne Zeyringer joined the Energy Institute as a Research Associate in November 2013 and is currently a Senior Research Associate. She is part of the whole systems energy modelling consortium (wholeSEM): https://www.bartlett.ucl.ac.uk/energy/wholesem. During summer 2016 Marianne was a wholeSEM fellow at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory working on the integration of variable renewable energy sources. 

Before joining UCL Marianne had been working at the European Commission Joint Research Centre- Institute for Energy and Transport in the Netherlands and as a visiting researcher at IIASA. She holds a joint doctoral degree from Utrecht University and BOKU University in Vienna with the title “Temporal and Spatial Explicit Modelling of Renewable Energy Systems- Modelling variable renewable energy systems to address climate change mitigation and universal electricity access”. Marianne is originally from Vienna where she studied Environmental Management and Economics.