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Golisano Institute for Sustainability

MS IN SUSTAINABLE SYSTEMS

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Eric Williams

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

2015 Submissions

Journal Paper

Matteson, Schuyler and Eric Williams. "Learning Dependent Subsidies for Lithium-ion Electric Vehicle Batteries." Technological Forecasting and Social Change 92. (2015): 322-331. Print. *

Ryen, Erinn, Callie Babbitt, and Eric Williams. "Consumption-Weighted Life Cycle Assessment of a Consumer Electronic Product Community." Environmental Science and Technology 49. (2015): 2549-2559. Print. *

Bawden, Kimberly and Eric Williams. "Hybrid Life Cycle Assessment of Low, Mid and High-Rise Multi-Family Dwellings." Challenges 6. (2015): 98-116. Web. *

Kasulaitis, Barbara, et al. "Evolving Materials, Attributes, and Functionality in Consumer Electronics: Case Study of Laptop Computers." Resources, Conservation and Recycling 100. (2015): 1-10. Print. *

Williams, Eric, et al. "Sun-to-Wheels Exergy Efficiencies for Bio-Ethanol and Photovoltaics." Environmental Science and Technology 49. (2015): 6394-6401. Print. *

Matteson, Schuyler and Eric Williams. "Residual Learning Rates in Lead-acid Batteries: Effects on Emerging Technologies." Energy Policy 85. (2015): 71-79. Print. *

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. *

Guhathakurta, Subhrajit and Eric Williams. "Impact of Urban Form on Energy Use in Central City and Suburban Neighborhoods: Lessons from the Phoenix Metropolitan Region." Energy Procedia 75. (2015): 2928-2933. Print. *

External Scholarly Fellowships/National Review Committee

7/1/2016 - 7/31/2016
     Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science
     Amount: $7000 *

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Williams, Eric. "Sun-to-Wheel Process Chains: Current and Theoretical Maximum Efficiencies." School of Forestry and Environment Seminar. Yale University. New Haven, CT. 19 Mar. 2015. Lecture.

Williams, Eric. "Technological Progress and Energy Policy: Case Studies of Wind, Batteries and Electric Vehicles." Dept of Physics Seminar Series. University of Maryland - Delaware. Delaware, MD. 17 Jun. 2015. Lecture. *

Williams, Eric. "Technological Progress and Energy Policy: Case Studies of Wind, Batteries and Electric Vehicles." Dept of Physics Seminar Series. University of Maryland - Delaware. Delaware, MD. 17 Jun. 2015. Lecture. *

Williams, Eric. "Using Thermodynamic Limits of Energy Process Chains to Bound Technological Progress." Green Design Initiative Seminar Series. Carnegie Mellon University. Pittsburgh, PA. 29 Oct. 2015. Lecture.

Williams, Eric. "Cascading Discussion and Energy Technology Subsidies: Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles in the United States." College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering Seminar Series. SUNY Polytechnic. Albany, NY. 4 Dec. 2015. Lecture.

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