Jennifer Mauel

Jennifer Mauel
Master's student
Mechanical Engineering
Office: EOW 131a

BSc (Queen's University)

Area of expertise

Energy systems modelling, renewable energy implementation and natural gas distribution

Jennifer graduated from Queen’s University with a B.Sc. (Hons) in Mathematical Physics. While studying at Queen’s she had opportunity to do research in experimental particle physics at the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory alongside Nobel laureate Dr. Art McDonald. She also spent a summer of research at the Max Planck Institute for Particle Physics in Heidelberg, Germany working on optimizing low-level radioactivity detectors.

Upon completion of her degree Jennifer spent one and a half years living in Glasgow, Scotland, where she spent time pursuing her love for traditional Celtic music. During this time she taught math, physics and engineering at the University of Glasgow and worked on engineering curriculum development for Kaplan International Colleges.

Jennifer applies her mathematical problem-solving skills to the challenges facing Canada’s energy systems and the environment with her work on the 2060 project.