Kamaria Kuling

Ph.D. Student, Sustainable Energy Engineering

SFU Living Lab Scholar


Kamaria has a BSc in Physics from UBC and is currently a PhD student with the ΔE+ research group in the School of Sustainable Energy Engineering. In her studies, Kamaria develops energy systems models to support sustainable development. Her research interests include integrated modelling tools that look at the intersection of energy with other resource systems to examine the impact of energy policy on the climate, land, and water. Her research also focuses on addressing the infrastructure requirements for fleet electrification in British Columbia.