Jessica Hernández is a Senior Research Associate at Lux Research. As a member of the Energy team, she provides strategic insights in the rapidly changing landscape of energy supply for mobility, buildings, and industry. Her primary focuses are on the energy use in the built environment and power grid technologies, and she works with Global innovation 1000 clients in implementing innovation strategies, identifying emerging opportunities, and exploring and building strategic partnerships.
She also contributed to the Digital Transformation team in the areas of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), Intelligent Buildings, and Sensors.
Prior to joining Lux, she worked as a full time BIOS Engineer at Intel Corporation’s Guadalajara Design Center (GDC) campus in Mexico.
Jessica obtained her BSc. Western Institute of Technology and Higher Education (Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Occidente – ITESO) and her MSc. in Sustainable Energy Technology from the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands, where she specialized in solar photovoltaic systems. During her studies at Delft, Jessica joined Siemens Building Technologies to work on a project where she engineered the generation, distribution, and management of electricity for a net Zero Energy hotel to be built in the harbor of the city of Rotterdam.