- International Energy Policy
- Engineering- Social Science Interdisciplinary Research Collaborations
- Transnational Electricity Systems
- Governing Energy Transitions
- Energy Security
- Renewable Energy in the Mediterranean
- Moroccan Energy Policy
- Sustainable Development/ International Development
- Sociotechical Systems Analysis
- Science and Technology Studies (i.e., the social, political, and ethical dimensions of science and technology)
Sharlissa has visited large-scale solar energy facilities in four countries.
Sharlissa is interested in teaching and developing new methodologies for studying complex sociotechnical systems. Her dissertation research included fieldwork in Morocco, Germany, and Spain with tools including interviews, event ethnography, and image analysis. She has helped organize and run three study abroad trips to Morocco and Spain for students at Arizona State University.