YSSP Participants 2009

Erica Bickford
Center for Sustainability and the Global Environment, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Research project: Application of the GAINS Model to Assess Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Potential and Costs in the U.S. Transportation Sector
Report: GHG Mitigation Potential in U.S. Transportation.
IIASA Interim Report IR-09-045
Supervisor: Jens Borken-Kleefeld

Zoe Chafe
Energy and Resource Group, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Research project: Quantifying the Interactions between Climate Change, Mitigation Policies and Human Health
Paper: Chafe ZA, Brauer M, Klimont Z, Van Dingenen R, Mehta S, Rao S, Riahi K, Dentener F, Smith KR. (2014). Household cooking with solid fuels contributes to ambient PM2.5 air pollution and the burden of disease.
Environ Health Perspect. 122:1314–1320.
Supervisor: Fabian Wagner / Markus Amann / Arnulf Grübler

Sapana Gupta
Pt Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur/IND
Research project: Assessment of Particulate Matter Concentrations in India
Supervisor: Zbigniew Klimont / Chris Heyes

Gregor Kiesewetter
Institut für Umweltphysik, University of Bremen, DE
Research project: Assessing the Influence of the North Atlantic Oscillation on Pollution Transport to and Within Europe
Report: Assessing Transport of PM Pollution from Europe to the Arctic.
IIASA Interim Report IR-11-007 Peccei Award winner
Supervisor: Chris Heyes

Abdul Basit Jilani
Pakistan Institute of Engineering and Applied Sciences (PIEAS), Islamabad/PAK
Research project: Modelling Studies of Particulate Matter in Pakistan
Supervisor: Chris Heyes

Ekbordin Winijkul
Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Research project: Improving Estimates of Global Emissions from Domestic Combustion: Current state and potential for future technologies
Supervisor: Zbigniew Klimont

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Chafe, Z.E., Brauer, M., Klimont, Z. , Van Dingenen, R., Mehta, S., Rao, S., Riahi, K. , Dentener, F., et al. (2014). Household cooking with solid fuels contributes to ambient PM2.5 air pollution and the burden of disease. Environmental Health Perspectives 122 (12), 1314-1320. 10.1289/ehp.1206340.

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