Eric Daniel Fournier

Post Doctoral Researcher, Spatial Informatics, University of California, Los Angeles

Eric’s specialty is in the application of quantitative geographic methods to the study of regional energy and water system dynamics. His current research focus is on the identification of potential vulnerabilities to the electric power grid in Southern California stemming from the interacting effects of global climate change, electrification of the automotive transportation fleet, and increased adoption of distributed renewable energy generation technologies. Eric has a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science from Bucknell University, a Master’s degree in Environmental Science from Yale FES, a Master’s degree in Geography UCSB, and a PhD in Environmental Informatics UCSB’s Bren School.

Experience

  • –present
    Post Doctoral Researcher, Spatial Informatics, University of California, Los Angeles