Dr. Elizabeth Reilly is a senior researcher and project manager at APL with over 10 years of experience developing and leading research in applied mathematics and modeling. Dr. Reilly has most recently been researching at the intersection of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and climate change challenges and seeks ways to leverage her applied math background, especially in Graph Theory, to tackle these challenges. This includes system of systems modeling to understand, predict, and prevent cascading failures that might arise from system shocks. Dr. Reilly is also working on improving greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions estimates from various economic sectors, as well as assessing vulnerabilities of an increasingly renewable energy grid.
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