Luana Marangon Lima

Luana Marangon Lima

Visiting Assistant Professor

My research and teaching focus on optimization methods and data analytics applied to financial and operational aspects in the energy industry more specifically electricity markets, power generation planning and scheduling, transmission and distribution regulation and renewable energy integration.

In The News

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

de Queiroz, AR, Faria, VAD, Lima, LMM, and Lima, JWM. "Hydropower revenues under the threat of climate change in Brazil." Renewable Energy (April 1, 2019): 873-882.
Faria, VAD, de Queiroz, AR, Lima, LMM, and Lima, JWM. "Cooperative game theory and last addition method in the allocation of firm energy rights." Applied Energy 226 (September 15, 2018): 905-915.
Faria, VAD, De Queiroz, AR, Lima, LMM, and Lima, JWM. "Analysis of multiple solutions in the calculus of firm energy." June 25, 2018.
Medeiros, GOS, Lima, JWM, Lima, LMM, and De Queiroz, AR. "Weight limits in the DEA benchmarking model for Brazilian electricity distribution companies." June 25, 2018.
Li, F, Marangon-Lima, JW, Rudnick, H, Marangon-Lima, LM, Padhy, NP, Brunekreeft, G, Reneses, J, and Kang, C. "Distribution Pricing: Are We Ready for the Smart Grid?." Ieee Power and Energy Magazine 13, no. 4 (July 2015): 76-86.

Courses

ENVIRON 790: Special Topics (ENVIRON 790: Special Topics)
ENVIRON 717: Markets for Electric Power (ENVIRON 717: Markets for Electric Power)
ENVIRON 593: Independent Studies and Projects (ENVIRON 593: Independent Studies and Projects)
ENERGY 716L: Modeling for Energy Systems (ENERGY 716L: Modeling for Energy Systems)
ENVIRON 899: Master's Project (ENVIRON 899: Master's Project)

area(s) of expertise

Energy

Education

Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (2011)