PHD IN SUSTAINABILITY

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Callie Babbitt

Associate Professor
PhD in Sustainability
Golisano Institute for Sustainability

2019 Submissions

Journal Paper

Babbitt, CW, et al. "Closing the Loop on Circular Economy Research: from Theory to Practice and Back Again." Resources, Conservation and Recycling 135. (2018): 1-2. Print. ∆

Kasulaitis, BV, CW Babbitt, and AK Krock. "Dematerialization and the Circular Economy: Comparing Strategies to Reduce Material Impacts of the Consumer Electronic Product Ecosystem." Journal of Industrial Ecology 23. (2018): 119-132. Print. *

Garvey, T, et al. "Comparing Ecotoxicity Risks for Nanomaterial Production and Release under Uncertainty." Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy 21. (2019): 229-242. Print. *

Moore, EA, et al. "Cascading Ecological Impacts of Fullerenes in Freshwater Ecosystems." Environmental toxicology and chemistry 38. (2019): -. Print. *

Leader, A, G Gaustad, and CW Babbitt. "The Effect of Critical Material Prices on the Competitiveness of Clean Energy Technologies." Materials for Renewable and Sustainable Energy 8. (2019): 8. Print. *

Babbitt, CW. "The Role of Clean Technology Research in Disaster Debris Management." Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy 21. (2019): 923-924. Print. ∆

Cabral, S Ponte, et al. "Fullerene Toxicity in the Benthos with Implications for Freshwater Ecosystem Services." Science of the Total Environment 687. (2019): 451-459. Print. *

Althaf, S, CW Babbitt, and R Chen. "Forecasting Electronic Waste Flows for Effective Circular Economy Planning." Resources, Conservation and Recycling 151. (2019): 104362. Print. *

Journal Editor

Babbitt, CW, ed. Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy. Heidelberg: Springer, 2019. Print.

External Scholarly Fellowships/National Review Committee

3/25/2019 - 3/24/2020
     National Science Foundation
     Amount: 47,742 ≠

12/1/2019 - 11/30/2024
     National Science Foundation
     Amount: 513,442 ≠

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Thomas Trabold

Associate Professor
PhD in Sustainability, Research Centers
Golisano Institute for Sustainability

2019 Submissions

Journal Paper

Alberto, Diana Rodriguez, et al. "Novel Production of Magnetite Particles via Thermochemical Processing of Digestate From Manure and Food Waste." IEEE MAGNETICS LETTERS 10. (2019): 3504605. Print. *

Hegde, Swati and Thomas A. Trabold. "Anaerobic Digestion of Food Waste with Unconventional Co-Substrates for Stable Biogas Production at High Organic Loading Rates." Sustainability 11. (2019): 3875. Print. *

Samadi, Kosar, et al. "Mechanical, Rheological and Anaerobic Biodegradation Behavior of a Poly(lactic acid) blend containing a Poly(lactic acid)-co-poly(glycolic acid) Copolymer." Polymer Degradation and Stability 170. (2019): 109018. Print. *

Published Conference Proceedings

Hegde, Swati, et al. "Development of a Biodegradable Thermoformed Tray for Food Waste Handling." Proceedings of the 29th IAPRI Symposium on Packaging. Ed. University of Twente. Twente, The Netherlands, NT: n.p., Print. *

Journal Editor

Trabold, Thomas A., ed. Sustainability - Agriculture, Food and Wildlife Section. Basel, Switzerland: MDPI, 2019. Print.

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Trabold, Thomas. "Characterization and Application of Biochar Made from Food Waste and Other Waste Streams." Biochar 2019. Colorado State University. Fort Collins, CO. 1 Jul. 2019. Conference Presentation.

Trabold, Thomas. "Waste as a Resource: Strategies for Sustainable Food Waste Management." 23rd Joint Technical Conference. Central New York Chapters of the Air & Waste Management Association and Industrial Hygiene Association. Skaneateles Falls, NY. 26 Mar. 2019. Keynote Speech.

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Eric Williams

Professor
PhD in Sustainability
Golisano Institute for Sustainability

2019 Submissions

Journal Paper

Millette, Sherwyn, Eric Williams, and Clyde Hull. "Materials Flow Analysis in Support of Circular Economy Development: Plastics in Trinidad and Tobago." Resources, Conservation and Recycling 150. (2019): 104436. Print. *

Desai, Ranjit, et al. "Heterogeneity in Economic and Carbon Benefits of Electric Technology Vehicles in the U.S." Environmental Science and Technology 54. (2020): 1136. Print. *

Williams, Eric, et al. "Empirical Development of Parsimonious Model for International Diffusion of Residential Solar." Renewable Energy 150. (2020): 570-577. Print. *

Book Chapter

Junginger, Martin, et al. "Onshore wind energy." Technological Learning in the Transition to a Low-Carbon Energy System. Ed. Martin Junginger and Atse Louwen. Amsterdam, Holland: Academic Press, 2019. 87-102. Print. *

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Williams, Eric. "How do we Decide What we Know? Epistemology Challenges in Sustainability Modeling." Engineering Sustainability 2019. University of Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh, PA. 8 Apr. 2019. Keynote Speech.

Williams, Eric. "Recovering Rare Earth Metals from Waste." New York State Innovation Summit. NYSTAR. Rochester, New York. 27 Oct. 2019. Lecture.

Williams, Eric. "Information Technology, Lifestyles and Energy Consumption." Energy Conservation: Changing Controls to Improve the Bottom Line. Western New York Sustainable Business Roundtable. Buffalo, New York. 24 Jan. 2019. Lecture.

Invited Article/Publication

Hull, Clyde and Eric Williams. "The First Step in Managing Plastic Waste is Measuring it – Here’s how we did it for one Caribbean Country." TheConversation. (2020). Web. ˆ

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Nathan Williams

PhD in Sustainability
Golisano Institute for Sustainability

2019 Submissions

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Williams, Nathan. "Energizing Development: Scaling Decentralized Electricity Systems in East Africa." Institute of Science, Technology and Policy Colloquium. ETH Zürich. Zürich, Switzerland. 8 Oct. 2019. Guest Lecture.

Williams, Nathan. "Energizing Development: Sustainable Models for Decentralized Electricity Service Provision in East Africa." Energy Research Centre Seminar. University of Cape Town. Cape Town, South Africa. 20 May 2019. Guest Lecture.

Williams, Nathan. "Panel Discussion: Making data available and usable: Collection, interoperability, openness." Data for Development: Using Data Analytics to Accelerate Energy Access. Duke University. Washington, DC. 4 Dec. 2019. Conference Presentation.

Invited Article/Publication

Williams, Nathan, Samuel Booth, and Ian Baring-Gould. "Survey Use in Micro-grid Load Prediction, Project Development, and Operations." NREL Technical Report. (2019). Web. ∆

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