Caroline Le Floch is a Ph.D. candidate at UC Berkeley, in the Energy Controls and Applications Laboratory (eCal). She holds a M.S. from UC Berkeley in Civil & Environmental Engineering and a M.S. from Ecole Polytechnique, France, in Applied Mathematics. Her research focuses on computational methods to control the charging of large fleets of electric vehicles in a power distribution grid. She has developed continuum aggregation frameworks to optimize electric vehicle charging via partial differential equations, and solved problems, which were precedently intractable, with current mixed integer algorithms. Her interests lie at the intersection of applied mathematics, renewable energy integration, and behavioral science. In 2015, Caroline cofounded a startup focusing on electric vehicle home charging, and has been very active in the Berkeley entrepreneurship ecosystem: she has been selected into the UC Berkeley Citris Foundry incubator and was finalist of the DOE-sponsored Berkeley Cleantech Competition. Caroline also won a hackathon and a Business plan competition at the Powerhouse Oakland cleantech accelerator.