Jim's research involves the development of an integrated model using life cycle assessment methods to provide insight into the energy and emissions performance of autonomous vehicles for a variety of deployment scenarios. His other research interests include fleet electrification, shared mobility, and renewable energy.
- Deep Decarbonization from Electrified Autonomous Taxi Fleets: Life Cycle Assessment and Case Study in Austin, TX
- Evaluating the Potential Environmental Impacts of Connected and Automated Vehicles
- Life Cycle Assessment of Connected and Automated Vehicles: Sensing and Computing Subsystem and Vehicle Level Effects
- Role of Flying Cars in Sustainable Mobility