Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions
Brittany Lancellotti

Brittany Lancellotti


Research Scientist, Energy Data Analytics Lab


Brittany Lancellotti’s previous research has focused on assessing the complexities of soil nutrient cycling and ephemeral stream hydrology within the scope of improving downstream water quality. She enjoys using a variety of methodologies to study natural systems, including machine learning and geospatial techniques, molecular biology approaches, and soil science methods. At the Nicholas Institute, she will support the Climate TRACE project by synthesizing data and information produced by the coalition to share with a broad scientific audience. Within the Energy Data Analytics Lab, she will also contribute to a project focused on estimating energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions from buildings. Lancellotti completed an MSc in Environmental and Biological Sciences from the University of Rhode Island and a PhD in Natural Resources from the University of Vermont.