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27 October – “Distributed resources shift paradigms on how we design, plan, and operate power systems: an application of the GAP model”

Date: 27 October 2017
Time: 12:00pm
Location: Baker 129 Conference Room
Speaker: Juan Pablo Carvallo
Topic: Distributed resources shift paradigms on how we design, plan, and operate power systems: an application of the GAP model

Abstract: Power systems have evolved following a century old paradigm of planning and operating a …

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16 October – “Climate and Energy Decision-Making – Getting to Yes on BU’s Climate Action Plan”

Date: 16 October 2017
Time: 12:00pm
Location: Baker 129 Conference Room
Speaker: Anthony Janetos
Topic: Climate and Energy Decision-Making – Getting to Yes on BU’s Climate Action Plan

Abstract: A University-wide Task Force was instituted a year ago to make recommendations to the BU Board of Trustees on a Climate …

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Hanus and Glasgo Present work at Prestigious Conference

PhD student Nicky Hanus and Post-doctoral fellow Brock Glasgo present their work at the prestigious Conference on Energy Efficiency Domestic Appliances and Lighting: http://eedal2017.uci.edu/

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2 October – “Power System of the Future: Advancing Sustainability for the Electric Power Industry”

Date: 2 October 2017
Time: 12:00pm
Location: Baker 129 Conference Room
Speaker: Morgan Scott
Topic:Power System of the Future: Advancing Sustainability for the Electric Power Industry

Abstract: Electric power companies face unique challenges and tradeoffs as they strive to manage financial, environmental and social performance, while providing safe, clean, reliable …

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6 October – “Addressing Global Mortality From Fine Particle Air Pollution”

Date: 6 October 2017
Time: 12:00pm
Location: Baker 129 Conference Room
Speaker: Joshua Apte
Topic: Addressing Global Mortality From Fine Particle Air Pollution

Abstract: Ambient air pollution from fine particulate matter (PM2.5) is the largest environmental risk factor for premature mortality worldwide, and is associated with ~7% of all deaths …

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25 September – “The Perception of Daily Temperatures as Evidence of Global Warming & Public Perception and Communication of Scientific Uncertainty”

Date: 25 September 2017
Time: 12:00pm
Location: Baker 129 Conference Room
Speaker: Prof. Stephen Broomell
Topic: The Perception of Daily Temperatures as Evidence of Global Warming & Public Perception and Communication of Scientific Uncertainty

Abstract: Unlike the scientific definition of global warming (GW), public discussion often links the existence of …

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Reports

Shehabi, A.; Smith, S. J.; Sartor, D. A.; Brown, R. E.; Herrlin, M.; Koomey, J. G.; Masanet, E. R.; Horner, N.; Azevedo, I. L.; Lintner, W., United States Data Center Energy Usage Report. 2016.

Azevedo, I. L.;  Sonnberger, B.; Thomas, B.; Morgan, M. G., The Rebound Effect: Implications of Consumer …

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Conference Proceedings

2016:

Horner, N.; Azevedo, I. L.; Sicker, D.; Agarwal, Y, Dynamic data center load response to variability in private and public electricity costs. IEEE International Conference on Smart Grid CommunicationsNovember 6-9, 2016, Sydney, Australia.

Tong, F. (speaker); Jaramillo, P.; Azevedo, I. L., Spatial analysis of air quality impacts …

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Theses

2017:

Fisher, M. J., Integrating Demand-Side Resources into the Electric Grid: Economic and Environmental Considerations. Carnegie Mellon University. 

Glasgo, B., Assessing the feasibility of residential DC buildings. Carnegie Mellon University. 

Lam, L., Wind innovation in China and in the United States. Carnegie Mellon University. 

Welle, P., Remotely Sensed …

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Book Chapters

Donahue, N. M.; Posner, L. N.; Westervelt, D. M.; Li, Z.;  Shrivastava, M.; Presto, A. A.; Sullivan, R. C.; Adams, P. J.; Pandis, S. N.; and Robinson, A. L., Where did this particle come from? Sources of particle number and mass for human exposure estimates. Issues in Environmental Science and