Jessica Jewell

alumnus (M.Sc. and Ph.D.)
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Nador u. 9, Faculty Tower
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Qualifications: 
Ph.D. in Environmental Sciences and Policy from CEU
M.Sc. in Environmental Sciences Policy and Management (MESPOM)
B.A. in Geological Sciences from Brown University
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Jessica Jewell is an alumnus (M.Sc. and Ph.D.) of the Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy at Central European University. She works in the Energy Program at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis. Her research focuses on energy security under long-term energy scenarios and as a driver for policy change. More broadly, she is interested in the interaction between national energy priorities and global energy objectives. Jessica was a lead author in the Energy Security and Energy Scenarios chapters of the Global Energy Assessment and a lead author of the Sustainable Energy for All Task Force report on energy efficiency and renewable energy. She has published several articles on global nuclear energy prospects, global energy governance and energy security.


 

Previously, Jessica worked at the International Energy Agency where she developed the model of short-term energy security (MOSES). Before studying energy, Jessica graduated from Brown University with a degree in Geology. As a geologist, she conducted field work in locations as varied as Kyrgyzstan and California. Following her studies, she worked as a geologist at a consulting engineering firm in Washington D.C. She obtained a Master of Science degree from the Erasmus Mundus Masters Programme in Environmental Sciences, Policy and Management (MESPOM) run by the University of Manchester, Central European University, Lund University, and the University of the Aegean.

 

Jessica Jewell is a PhD candidate at Central European University where her research focuses on energy security under long-term energy scenarios and as a driver for policy change. More broadly, she is interested in the interaction between national energy priorities and global energy objectives. She works in the Energy Program at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis. 
Jessica was a lead author in the Energy Security and Energy Scenarios chapters of the Global Energy Assessment and a lead author of the Sustainable Energy for All Task Force report on energy efficiency and renewable energy. She has published several scholarly articles on global nuclear energy prospects, global energy governance and energy security. Previously, Jessica worked at the International Energy Agency where she developed the model of short-term energy security(MOSES). 
Before studying energy, Jessica graduated from Brown University with a degree in Geology. As a geologist, she conducted field work in locations as varied as Kyrgyzstan and California. Following her studies, she worked as a geologist at a consulting engineering firm in Washington D.C. She obtained a Master of Science degree from the Erasmus Mundus Masters Programme in Environmental Sciences, Policy and Management (MESPOM) run by the University of Manchester (U.K.), Central European University (Hungary), Lund University (Sweden), and the University of the Aegean (Greece).

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Academic/research topics: 
energy security
nuclear energy
energy systems transitions
Language proficiencies (spoken): 
Spanish (excellent)
Language proficiencies (spoken): 
French (proficient)
Language proficiencies (spoken): 
Italian (proficient)
Language proficiencies (spoken): 
Hungarian (intermediate)
Year of enrollment: 
2009/2010