Sustainable Energy Systems

The Sustainable Energy System (SES) Group strives to understand energy systems and their environmental and health impacts.  We use a multidisciplinary approach to study problems of diverse topics and applications.  Group members have backgrounds in engineering, sciences, economics, statistics, and public health. 

Current Topics include:Climate diagram

  • Water-energy interactions
  • Energy economics
  • Resource and Life Cycle Assessment
  • Human and environmental health risk
  • Indoor Environment modeling and hazard assessment
  • Primary and Secondary Aerosols
  • Ozone Production
  • Urban Meteorology and Energy Balance
  • Anthropogenic Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Learn More about the Sustainable Energy Systems Group.

Group Leader
Thomas Kirchstetter

Deputy Group Leaders
Corinne Scown and Michael Sohn

Related Publications:

1996

Price, Phillip N., and Anthony V. Nero. "Joint Analysis of Long- and Short-Term Radon Monitoring Data from the Northern U.S." Environmental International 22, no. 1 (1996): 669-714. Download: PDF (1.71 MB)
Singer, Brett C., and Robert A. Harley. "A fuel-based motor vehicle emission inventory." Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 46, no. 6 (1996): 581-593.

1995

Brinke, Joann Ten. Development of New VOC Exposure Metrics and their Relationship to "Sick Building Syndrome" Symptoms In Environmental Health Sciences, School of Public Health. Berkeley: University of California, Berkeley, 1995.