Visiting Scholars

First Namesort descending Last Name Position Research Interests
Francis Kemausuor Visiting Scholar

Sustainable Energy Technologies; Bioenergy; Energy Policy

Hongqing Li Visiting Scholar

Material Flow Analysis, Environmental Risk Control, Land Resources Management         

Jiangxue Zhang Visiting Scholar

Economics of Resources and Environment

Jinchao Li Visiting Scholar

My research interest lies on energy management and optimization. Current research projects include:

Study on Smart Grid Evaluation Model
Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Region Key Energy-using Industry Differentiation Analysis and Optimization of Energy Efficiency
Carbon Intensity Development Mechanism and Optimization Path of Beijing City

John DeCicco Faculty Affiliate, Visiting Scholar

Energy and climate policy, with a focus on transportation vehicles and fuels. Technology assessment, policy and economic analysis

Lingjun Song Visiting Scholar
Najet Bichraoui Visiting Scholar

Specialties: Industrial Ecology. Life Cycle Assessment, Material Flows Analysis. System Dynamics, Agent-Based Modeling.  Currently working on building a sustainable methodological framework using System dynamics and Agent-Based modeling for Industrial Eco-Park for the Champagne-Ardenne region. The core industry of this research is the oilseed-based product of the Picardie/Champagne region

Nana Li Visiting Scholar

Social welfare leakage of universal electricity service

Ping Li Visiting Scholar

Associate Professor, College of Economics and Management, Northeast Agriculture University, Haerbin, China.

Russian-Chinese forest resource flows

Rongrong Deng Visiting Scholar

environmental economics, ecological economics and sustainability development

Tianming Bai Visiting Scholar

Current research on Smart City.

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.

Xi Tian Visiting Scholar

The environmental and economic assessment of non-ferrous metal recycling industry.

Yanchen Liu Visiting Scholar

Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering at Tsinghua University, Beijing with research interests in sustainable urban water infrastructure.

Yanxia Zhang Visiting Scholar