Modeling, Simulation, and Optimization
Electronic Design Automation
Technology, Globalization, and Sustainability
Modeling, simulation, and optimization applications (focusing primarily on environmental performance):
- Red, White and Green: Investigating the Energy Intensity of Wine Distribution, International Conference on Business and Sustainability (2007).
- Determining the Effects of a Food Carbon Footprint Training Tool on Consumer Knowledge, Transfer Intentions, and Environmental Self-Efficacy, International Conference on Business and Sustainability (2007).
- Balancing Carbon Emissions and Conviviality in Local Food Supply Networks, International Conference on Business and Sustainability (2007).
- Greening the Supply Chain: Improving Carbon Emissions in the Distribution of Food and Beverages, INFORMS Annual Meeting (2007).
- Analyzing and Optimizing the Environmental Performance of Supply Chains, ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Industry (2007).
- Enhancing the Environmental Performance of Supply Chains, in Positive Development: from vicious circles to virtuous cycles by J. Birkeland (2007).
- Emergence of Networks in Distance-Constrained Trade, InterJournal & International Conference on Complex Systems (2006).
- An Agent-Based Model of Trade with Distance-Based Transaction Cost, Summer Computer Simulation Conference (2006).
- Is Lean Necessarily Green?, 50th Annual Meeting of the International Society for the Systems Sciences (2006).
- Using Simulation to Understand and Optimize a Lean Service Process, Spring Simulation MultiConference (2006)
Selected technical papers on electronic design automation:
Other research reports:
Selected articles on technology, globalization, and sustainability:
- Modernization of India Leaves Most of Its People Behind, San Jose Mercury News (2005).
- The Hidden Costs of Comparative Advantage, GreenBiz (2005).
- The Trouble with Sustainability, The Oregonian (2004).
- Choosing the Right Technologies, GreenBiz (2004).
- We Need a Balanced View of Productivity, San Jose Mercury News (2004).
- What Kind of Productivity Do We Need?, GreenBiz (2004).
- Free Trade: Benefit or Peril for the Environment?, GreenBiz (2004).
- Global Trade = Global Warming, Salon (2003).
- Global Trade and Climate Change, GreenBiz & ClimateBiz (2003).
- Globalization's Unanswered Questions, Common Dreams News Center (2003).
- Beware the Life Cycle of 'Recycled', The Christian Science Monitor (2003).
- Making Globalization Work, Business Line (2003)
- Thinking Small: Globalization and the Choice of Technology, Orion Online (2003).
- Can Small Still Be Beautiful?, The Christian Science Monitor (2003).
- Can Silicon Valley Stay Relevant?, San Jose Mercury News (2002).
- Combatting E-waste, San Francisco Chronicle (2002).
- Deadly Distraction - Kashmir Conflict Bleeds Two Poor Nations, Pacific News Service (2002).
- Delving into the Digital Divide, IEEE Spectrum (2002).
- Digital Divide and Poverty, Journal of Poverty (2001).
- The Consumption Trap, Business Line (2001).
- Linking Global Warming to the Energy Crisis, San Francisco Chronicle (2001).
- Wrong Solution: Technology is Not What the Third World Hungers For, San Jose Mercury News (2001).
Full publication list is available here.
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