Ruth Kravis

Research Assistant


Energy transition, sustainable futures, decarbonisation, equitable energy, distribution network load dynamics.


Ruth Kravis has a strong interest in the intersection of her two areas of study, and is passionate about pursuing opportunities that positively impact people and places. She is a research assistant with the ANU Battery Storage and Grid Integration Program.


Ruth Kravis graduated with a University Medal for outstanding scholarship and had life-changing experiences studying abroad during her Bachelor of Engineering, R&D (Honours) and Bachelor of Arts degrees, which she completed in 2021 at ANU. Ms Kravis participated in an ANU program in partnership with Engineers Without Borders, spending time in Nepal where she worked on human-centred design with a team focused on managing waste in a small, mountain community. She has also worked as a Casual Sessional Academic for several university courses, and held several positions with ITP Renewables over 2018-21. For more details, please see this link.

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