5232 Villigen PSI
In 2019, Lidia joined the Energy Economics group of the Laboratory for Energy Systems Analysis at Paul Scherrer Institute as a PhD student. Lidia’s current research interest concern the role of digitalization in the energy transition and the impact of Information and Communication Technologies on citizens’ behaviour to achieve a future decarbonized energy society. This includes a coupled analysis of energy modelling techniques and social science approaches (Agent-based modelling, Energy system analysis). Lidia studied Energy Engineering at Politecnico di Torino in Italy and is pursuing her PhD at ETH Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich).
Stermieri, L. (2021). A new framework to include societal changes influenced by digitalization in net-zero energy scenarios. IAMC 2021- Fourteenth IAMC Annual Meeting, Digital event : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABR9c02UwHc&list=PL-faLeJuj-_9L9ukLSOc_vDACJ5QyACwT&index=3
Stermieri, L. (2021). Digitalization and energy transition: The disruptive effect of new social practices on the energy system. IEW 2021- International Energy Workshop, Digital event
Stermieri, L. (2021). Digital energy transition: diffusion of new social practices and their impact on energy system. IAEE 2021- International Association for Energy Economists (IAEE) , Digital Event: https://iaee2021online.org/programme_text
Stermieri, L. (2020). The disruption effect of digitalization on the energy sector: a multimodal approach. Winter 2020 - 78th Semi-annual ETSAP meeting, Digital event: https://www2.slideshare.net/IEA-ETSAP/the-disruption-effect-of-digitalization-on-the-energy-sector-a-multimodal-approach