Miriam Frömel, M.Sc.


Miriam Frömel studied electrical engineering and information technology (B.Sc., M.Sc.) at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) with a stay abroad at the École Centrale de Marseille (France). In her studies she specialized in Electric Energy Systems and Energy Economics. During her master thesis at Fraunhofer ISI, she worked on determinants on the hydrogen infrastructure for a climate-neutral energy system in Germany (title of the thesis: "Influences of the degree of Energy Autarky. Offshore Electrolysers and Storage Costs on the hydrogen infrastructure in 2050"). Parallel to her master's degree, Miriam Frömel completed a companion course called Sustainable Development at the Center for Applied Cultural Studies (ZAK) in Karlsruhe.

During her studies, she also worked as a tutor (Higher Mathematics 2, Digital Technology), as well as a research assistant at the Institute for Technology Assessment and Systems Analysis (ITAS) and Fraunhofer ISI.

  • Since October 2023, she is a researcher at the Competence Center Energy Policy and Energy Markets at Fraunhofer ISI. She works there in the business area Electricity Markets and Infrastructures, with a focus on supply-side modeling of energy systems.