|First Name||Last Name||Position||Research Interests|
Environmental planning and management, LID-BMP database establishment, Green and grey infrastructures coupling, life cycle assessment
Environmental load of the region and metals industry
Industrial Ecology - simulation and analyses of energy-saving and water-saving in enterprises, economic growth and environmental load, materials flow analysis, ecological footprint analysis.
Sustainability Assessment of Resource Use at Interfaces of the Socio-Economic-Environmental System
Environmental economics and management
Economics of Resources and Environment
environmental economics, ecological economics and sustainability development
Tedd Moya Mose is a visiting graduate student at the School for Environment and Sustainability and Urban Energy Justice Lab. He is the inaugural PhD scholar at the Energy Law Institute, Queen Mary University of London. His current research interests are inter-disciplinary with a focus on: international energy law and policy, the transition to sustainable energy systems, energy justice, and the role of technology in shaping a more sustainable energy future. He has held visiting multi-disciplinary research positions at the University of St. Andrews, Scotland (School of Geography and Sustainable Development) and the University of Cape Town, South Africa (Energy Research Centre). Tedd was a partner at a law firm in Kenya where he advised on energy, environment and natural resources law, corporate and commercial law, and dispute resolution.
Carbon emissions trading, Electricity market, Renewable Energy
|Todd||Levin||Visiting Scholar, Co-Author||
Dr. Todd Levin is an Energy Systems Engineer in the Center for Energy, Environmental and Economic Systems Analysis at Argonne National Laboratory. His research interests focus on utilizing advanced optimization and simulation methodologies to model complex interactions in electricity markets and quantify the implications of domestic energy policies and regulations. As Deputy Lead of Argonne’s Building Energy Decision and Technology Research Program he also manages a range of programs that seek to increase the efficiency of building energy consumption. He additionally maintains a strong interest in international energy development, examining optimal centralized and decentralized rural electrification strategies as well as a range of global energy and water security issues.
Energy economics and environmental management, environmental input-output modeling and application, carbon emission
Substance flow analysis of zinc in steel industry and utilization of zinc-bearing dust and sludge. Utilization of mineral resource as well as energy saving and emission reduction. Green manufacturing and circular economy in steel industry.