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Golisano Institute for Sustainability

PHD IN SUSTAINABILITY

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click to expandclick to closeCallie Babbitt

Callie Babbitt

Assistant Professor
PhD in Sustainability
Golisano Institute for Sustainability

2016 Submissions

Journal Paper

M.L., Bustamante,, et al. "Life cycle assessment of jointly produced solar energy materials: Challenges and best practices." Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 156. (2016): 11-26. Print. *

X., Wang,, Gaustad, G., and Babbitt, C.W. "Targeting high value metals in lithium-ion battery recycling via shredding and size separation." Waste Management 51. (2016): 204-213. Print. *

X., Wang,, Gaustad, G., and Babbitt, C.W. "Targeting high value metals in lithium-ion battery recycling via shredding and size separation." Waste Management 51. (2016): 204-213. Print. *

M., Komeijani,, Ryen, E.G., and Babbitt, C.W. "Bridging the Gap between Eco-Design and the Human Thinking System." Challenges 7. 1 (2016): 1-16. Web. *

K.R., Bawden,, Williams, E.D., and Babbitt, C.W. "Mapping product knowledge to life cycle inventory bounds: a case study of steel manufacturing." Journal of Cleaner Production 113. (2016): 557-564. Print. *

Journal Editor

Babbitt, Callie, ed. Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy. Associate Editor: Springer, 2016. Print.

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Babbitt, Callie. "The Food Waste Dilemma." 2016 Disruptive Innovation Festival. Ellen MacArthur Foundation. Rochester, NY. 9 Nov. 2016. Address.

Babbitt, Callie. "Life cycle assessment of engineered nanomaterials." International Conference on the Environmental Effects of Nanoparticles and Nanomaterials. Colorado School of Mines. Golden, CO. 16 Aug. 2016. Keynote Speech.

Babbitt, Callie. "Ecological Models for Analyzing Consumer Electronics." Department Symposium. Syracuse University. Syracuse, NY. 26 Apr. 2016. Lecture.

External Scholarly Fellowships/National Review Committee

9/1/2016 - 8/31/2020
     National Science Foundation
     Amount: $991,925 ≠

1/1/2017 - 1/31/2018
     Consumer Technology Association
     Amount: $90,000 ≠

8/1/2016 - 5/31/2017
     Staples Sustainable Innovation Lab
     Amount: $36,148 ≠

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click to expandclick to closeRoger Chen

Roger Chen

PhD in Sustainability
Golisano Institute for Sustainability

2016 Submissions

Published Conference Proceedings

Desai, Ranjit, Roger Chen, and William Armington. "A Pattern Analysis of Daily Electric Vehicle Charging Profiles: Operational Efficiency and Environmental Impacts." Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board. Ed. National Academies of Science. Washington, DC: n.p., Print. ˜

Xu, Zhiheng, Jee Eun Kang, and Roger Chen. "A Random Utility-Based Estimation Framework for the Household Activity Pattern Problem." Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board. Ed. National Academies of Science. Washington, DC: n.p., Web. ˜

Chen, Roger, Glenn Gavi, and Katie McConkey. "A Comparison of Motivational and Informational Contexts for Improving Eco-Driving Performance." Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board. Ed. National Academies of Science. Washington, DC: n.p., Web. ˜

Chen, Roger. "Models of Count with Endogenous Choices." Proceedings of the International Symposium on Transportation and Traffic Theory. Ed. Marco Nie, Karen Smilowitz and Hani Mahmassani. Evanston, IL: Elsivier, Print. ˜

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click to expandclick to closeGabrielle Gaustad

Gabrielle Gaustad

Assistant Professor
PhD in Sustainability
Golisano Institute for Sustainability

2016 Submissions

Journal Paper

Goe, Michele and Gabrielle Gaustad. "Estimating Direct Climate Impacts of End of Life Solar Photovoltaic Recovery." Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 156. (2016): 27-36. Print. *

Bustamante, Michele, et al. "Life Cycle Assessment of Jointly Produced Solar Energy Materials: Challenges & Best Practices." Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 156. (2016): 11-26. Print. *

Hebda, Cam, et al. "Modeling economically optimal household organic material management pathways." Resources, Conservation, and Recycling 108. (2016): 88-96. Print. *

Published Conference Proceedings

Goe, Michele and Gabrielle Gaustad. "Estimating direct human health impacts of end of life solar recovery and recycling." Proceedings of the Photovoltaic Specialist Conference. Ed. NA. Portland, Oregon: n.p., Print. *

Bustamante, Michele and Gabrielle Gaustad. "Materials Research to Enable Clean Energy: Leverage Points for Risk Reduction in Critical Byproduct Material Supply chains." Proceedings of the The Minerals, Metals, and Materials Conference. Ed. NA. Nashbille, TN: n.p., Print. *

Gaustad, Gabrielle. "Sustainability: Opportunities for teaching old concepts via new problems." Proceedings of the The Minerals, Materials, and Metals Conference. Ed. NA. Nashville, TN: n.p., Print. *

Xhaxhollari, Vasken, Michele Bustamante, and Gabrielle Gaustad. "Mitigating supply risk of critical and strategic materials: the role of trade policies." Proceedings of the The Minerals, Metals, and Materials Conference. Ed. NA. Nashville, TN: n.p., 2016. Web. *

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Gaustad, Gabrielle. "Scarcity and Criticality of PV Relevant Materials: Mitigation Strategies." Distinguished Lecture Series. I/U CRC Center for Next Generation Photovolatics. Austin, TX. 15 Nov. 2016. Keynote Speech. ≠

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click to expandclick to closeThomas Trabold

Thomas Trabold

Associate Professor
PhD in Sustainability
Golisano Institute for Sustainability

2016 Submissions

Journal Paper

Ebner, Jacqueline H., et al. "Anaerobic co-digestion of commercial food waste and dairy manure: characterizing biochemical parameters and synergistic effects." Waste Management 52. (2016): 286-294. Print. *

Hebda, Cam, et al. "Determining economically optimal household organic material." Resources, Conservation and Recycling 108. (2016): 88-96. Print. *

Waller, Michael G., Mark R. Walluk, and Thomas A. Trabold. "Performance of high temperature PEM fuel cell materials. Part 1: Effects of temperature, pressure and anode dilution." International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 41. (2016): 2944-2954. Print. *

Published Conference Proceedings

Freire, Felipe, et al. "Performance Analysis of a “Green” Building Photovoltaic System." Proceedings of the 43rd IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference. Ed. IEEE. Portland, OR: IEEE, Print. *

Waller, Michael G., Mark R. Walluk, and Thomas A. Trabold. "Design of an integrated propane fuel reformer and fuel cell system for unmanned aerial system (UAS) applications." Proceedings of the the 2016 IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society (GRSS) STRATUS Workshop: Systems and Technologies for Remote Sensing Applications through Unmanned Aerial Systems. Ed. IEEE. Rochester, NY: IEEE, Print. *

Journal Editor

Trabold, Thomas A., ed. Sustainability: Section Board for "Sustainable Agriculture, Food and Wildlife". Basel, Switzerland: MDPI AG, 2016. Web.

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Trabold, Thomas A. "Sustainability workshop overview for NSF-PIRE: Materials for Renewable Energy NaturE’s Way (RENEW)." NSF/PIRE Project Annual Meeting. Case Western Reserve University. Cleveland, OH. 5 Aug. 2016. Guest Lecture.

Trabold, Thomas A. "Challenges & Opportunities in Sustainable Food Production." NSF FEWS Nexus Workshop: Transformative food technologies to enhance sustainability at the food-energy-water nexus. University of Nebraska. Lincoln, NE. 17 Feb. 2016. Guest Lecture.

Trabold, Thomas A. "What's up with sustainable cars?" meRIT Alumni Webinar Series. RIT. Rochester, NY. 12 Oct. 2016. Guest Lecture.

Provisional Patent

Waller, Michael, et al. "Apparatus, System and Method for Compact Mobile Fuel Cell System." U.S. Provisional Patent Application 15/191,781. 24 Jun. 2016.

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click to expandclick to closeEric Williams

Eric Williams

Associate Professor
PhD in Sustainability, MS in Sustainable Systems
Golisano Institute for Sustainability

2016 Submissions

Journal Paper

Bawden, Kimberly, Eric Williams, and Callie Babbitt. "Mapping product knowledge to life cycle inventory bounds: a case study of steel manufacturing." Journal of Cleaner Production 113. (2016): 557-564. Print. *

Gutierrez-Aliaga, Lourdes and Eric Williams. "Co-alignment of comfort and energy saving objectives for U.S. office buildings and restaurants." Sustainable Cities and Society 27. (2016): 32–41. Print. *

Sekar, Ashok, Eric Williams, and Roger Chen. "Heterogeneity in time and energy use of watching television." Energy Policy 93. (2016): 50-58. Print. *

Journal Editor

Williams, Eric, ed. Journal of Industrial Ecology. New Haven, CT: Wiley, 1997. Print.

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Williams, Eric. "Assessing Challenges and Policy Perspectives for International Electronic Waste." The 11th International Conference on Waste Management and Technology. Basel Convention Regional Centre for Asia and the Pacific. Beijing, China. 22 Oct. 2016. Keynote Speech. ˜

Williams, Eric. "Characterizing and Managing Energy Consumption Using Time-use." Praxair Seminar Series. University of Buffalo. Buffalo, NY. 22 Sep. 2016. Lecture. ˜

Williams, Eric. "Technology Diffusion – Purchase and Usage Patterns." School of Environment and Society Seminar Series. Tokyo Institute of Technology. Tokyo, Japan. 4 Jul. 2016. Lecture. ≠

Williams, Eric. "Sustainable Consumption – Understanding heterogeneity and lifestyle changes using time-use data." IGES Seminar Series. Institute for Global Environmental Strategies. Hayama, Japan. 5 Jul. 2016. Lecture. ≠

Williams, Eric. "Resolving variability in learning rates for wind power." International Symposium on Sustainable Systems and Technology. Arizona State Univeresity. Phoenix, AZ. 18 Apr. 2016. Conference Presentation. *

Williams, Eric. "Can new energy technologies beat cheap oil?" Energy Policy Reseach Conference. Energy Policy Institute. Santa Fe, NM. 2 Sep. 2016. Lecture. *

Sekar, Ashok, Eric Williams, and Roger Chen. "Personalizing utility efficiency programs: case study of televisions." Advanced Energy Conference. Advanced Energy Research and Technology Center. New York, NY. 21 Apr. 2016. Conference Presentation. *

Goteti, Srujana, Eric Hittinger, and Eric Williams. "CARBON IMPLICATIONS OF ENERGY STORAGE WITH INCREMENTAL PENETRATION OF WIND ENERGY INTO GRID MIX." USAEE North American Conference. United States Association for Energy Economics. Tulsa, OK. 24 Oct. 2106. Conference Presentation. *

Invited Article/Publication

Williams, Eric. "Overcooling and overheating buildings emits as much carbon as four million cars." TheConversation. (2016). Web. ˆ

Williams, Eric. "TV-watching couch potatoes have outsized energy footprint." TheConversation. (2016). Web. ˆ

External Scholarly Fellowships/National Review Committee

3/1/2016 - 4/4/2017
     Ellen Macarthur Foundation
     Amount: $3000 *

7/1/2016 - 6/30/2019
     National Science Foundation
     Amount: $297,789.00 *

3/1/2016 - 8/31/2017
     U.S. Department of Energy
     Amount: $149,793 *

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