Graduate Student

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Grad students working on the project

Robert Miehe

(formerly) Visiting Scholar & Research Associate
Bio and Research Interests: 

Robert's current research interests include: Carbon footprint accounting for German
households, effectiveness of political carbon reduction options, analyzing behavior change through various policies.

In his free time, Robert enjoys reading, watching sports and travelling the world.

Education: 

Currently enrolled in a Ph.D. studies at Fraunhofer IPA, Germany specializing in energy and resources management

MA Technical University of Berlin
B. Eng. Degree in industrial engineering and management from the University of Applied Science at Aalen, Germany

Won Young Park

(formerly) Graduate Student Researcher
Bio and Research Interests: 

Won Young Park was a graduate student researcher with the CoolClimate project specializing in environmental engineering and life cycle carbon emissions analysis.

His other research interests include environmental management, GHG protocol, and economic analysis on clean tech.

Education: 

Master of Public Policy, UC Berkeley
Bachelor of Science in Physics, Yonsei University, South Korea

Past Experience: 

Conducted research to develop recommendations on improvements of California Green Business programs.
Analyzed Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emission factors weighted by both electricity generation and purchase of the US electricity utilities.
Analyzed the economic impacts of the Sonoma County Energy Independence Program (SCEIP) on commercial properties.

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