Muehlenbachs is an Assistant Professor at the University of Calgary. Muehlenbachs' research has used computational methods to study issues in the oil and gas industry. She has experience in structural estimation of dynamic programming models, and has estimated conventional oil and gas extraction costs as well as the probability of change in recoverable reserves, production, and prices.
Ph.D. Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Maryland, 2004-2009
M.S. Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Maryland, 2008
B.S. Physical Sciences and Japanese, University of Alberta, 2002, Dean’s Honor Roll