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Kelly Rose is a geology, geo-data science researcher with the National Energy Technology Laboratory’s (NETL) Research Innovation Center. Her research at NETL is focused on using geologic and geospatial science to reduce uncertainty about, characterize and understand spatial relationships between energy, engineered-natural systems at a range of scales. Her work involves development of new data-driven methods and tools for analysis of offshore energy, oil & gas, rare earth element, groundwater, carbon storage, and geothermal systems. Rose’s research interests also include development of software driven solutions to common science-data curation, discovery and inter-operability challenges. She has served on advisory committees including the Department of Interior’s National Geologic and Geophysical Data Preservation Program, United Nations Environmental Programme’s global outlook on methane gas hydrates, and the University of Southern California’s Induced Seismicity and Reservoir Monitoring Consortiums.
She is associate editor for the Journal of Sustainable Energy Engineering, and is also NETL’s Technical Portfolio Lead for the Advanced Offshore Energy Research Portfolio https://edx.netl.doe.gov/offshore Rose is Principal investigator for NETL’s Energy Data eXchange (EDX), an online, public and private research curation and virtual laboratory platform developed by Rose and the EDX team for DOE FE, https://edx.netl.doe.gov . Rose is co-author of 1 patented, 8 trademarked, 2 copyrighted custom tools, and more than 100 published technologies and studies. Throughout her career at NETL, Rose has had the honor of mentoring and working with more than forty five STEM research interns and fellows. She holds geology degrees from Denison University, B.S., Virginia Tech, M.S., and Oregon State University, Ph.D.
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