The findings of our paper in Environmental Research Letters, entitled “Lifecycle greenhouse gas implications of US national scenarios for cellulosic ethanol production” are featured in an article by environmentalresearchweb.
My research group’s newest paper, entitled “Lifecycle greenhouse gas implications of US national scenarios for cellulosic ethanol production” is now published in Environmental Research Letters. I also had the exciting opportunity to visit the EBI Energy Farm in Illinois. Since my last visit in 2009, they have built a permanent facility for experimentalists working out in the field, planted woody biomass test plots, and planted test plots of mixed prairie grasses, among other activities.
I will be guest lecturing in Prof. Arpad Horvath’s UC Berkeley graduate course entitled Civil Systems and the Environment on Thursday, Sept. 22nd at 11am in 534 Davis. I have also committed to teaching a Transportation Sustainability workshop on Saturday, October 22nd for the University of California Extension. Information for those interested in enrolling can be found here.
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A special virtual issue of ES&T was released today on the Water-Energy Nexus and our paper (entitled “Water Footprint of U.S. Transportation Fuels”) has been included.
Co-organized and presented in the June 2011 International Society for Industrial Ecology (ISIE) Conference in Berkeley, CA. Slides are available upon request.
I am lecturing two courses offered by the University of California Extension program (for continuing education): Energy Use and Climate Change and Transportation Sustainability. Both are discussion-heavy and often draw professionals working for energy-related companies such as PG&E – I learn as much from my students as they do from me!
I will be participating in UC Berkeley’s Summer Institute for Preparing Future Faculty for the next month. Topics covered include the application and interview process, negotiating job offers, academic writing/publishing/editing, work-life balance, university governance, and many others.
I will be presenting my research to the national chapter of Engineers for a Sustainable World via webinar today. The organization’s calendar of events can be accessed here. Slides are available online, but are password-protected.