• Source: Scopus
20022021

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Research Interests

Jennifer Dunn studies emerging technologies, their energy and environmental impacts, and their potential to influence air pollutant and greenhouse gas emissions, water consumption, and energy consumption at the economy-wide level.  Particular technologies of interest include biofuels and bioproducts, automotive lithium-ion batteries, fuels and chemicals made from carbon capture and utilization technologies and from natural gas liquids.  She applies life cycle analysis as a key tool to evaluate emerging technologies.  Furthermore, she characterizes land use and land use change through collaborations with economic modelers and computer vision experts.

Education/Academic qualification

Chemical Engineering, PhD, University of Michigan

… → 2004

Sustainable Chemical Engineering Systems, MSE, University of Michigan

… → 2003

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