13. Career Dialogue "Katharina Satlow, Siemens AG Austria"

Career Dialogue

  • Date: Jun 9, 2022
  • Time: 03:30 PM - 04:30 PM (Local Time Germany)
  • Speaker: Katharina Satlow
  • Head of Energy Market Applications at Grid Control at Siemens AG Austria
  • Location: Zoom
  • Room: For zoom details write an email to careercenter@ipp.mpg.de
  • Host: Career Center
  • Contact: careercenter@ipp.mpg.de
For the Career Dialogue we invite people with different backgrounds who will initially tell about themselves, their career or their networks and will then answer your questions and engage in a dialogue with you. The purpose of the Career Dialogue is to provide insight into different career paths, to bring you in contact with people outside IPP and to enhance our networks in all directions - science, industry, entrepreneurship, science management.

Katharina Satlow (former Katharina Igenbergs) completed her Master's degree in Technical Physics at the Institute of Applied Physics at the Vienna University of Technology in 2007, and continued to work for her PhD with the title "Calculation of Cross Sections Relevant for Diagnostics of Fusion Plasmas", supervised by Friedrich Aumayr and Josef Schweinzer. She received her doctorate with distinction in 2011 and continued as a postdoc for another year.

She then took up a position as Software Developer for Smart Grids & Energy Market Applications at Siemens AG Austria. After five years, she became Senior Key Expert for Training Simulator Applications at Grid Control of Siemens AG Austria, before being promoted to Head of Energy Market Applications at Grid Control of Siemens AG Austria at the beginning of this year.

Katharina Satlow has received several awards and scholarships such as a scholarship under the Erasmus mobility programme of the European Union for the exchange with Uppsala University, Sweden, a scholarship of the Faculty of Physics of the Vienna University of Technology for the participation in the XXVI ICPEAC, a DOC-fFORTE scholarship of the Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW), a Marietta Blau mobility scholarship of the Vienna University of Technology for the participation in CAARI 2010, a scholarship of the Friedrich Schiedel Foundation for Energy Technology and a scholarship of the Commission for the Coordination of Nuclear Fusion Research in Austria (KKKÖ).

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