Post Doctoral Associate
Email: kmd266 [at] cornell.edu
Kenji's research interests have primarily centered around the water-energy nexus and the impacts of climate change, with topics ranging from wind-dominant electricity market price dynamics to forecast-informed multi-objective hydropower systems. He graduated with his Bachelor of Science from the University of Washington in Biophysics before shifting his focus to Environmental Engineering for his Master's Degree and Ph.D. at Cornell University. He's very passionate about wildlife and when he's not searching for various amphibians, birds, and fish he can be found playing frisbee, cycling, or climbing.