2022 - Research.com Rising Star of Science Award
Jingzheng Ren focuses on Environmental economics, Environmental resource management, China, Energy security and Analytic hierarchy process. His studies deal with areas such as Hydrogen supply, Driving factors, Subsidy and Fuzzy logic as well as Environmental economics. His Environmental resource management research incorporates themes from Downstream, Upstream, Industrial symbiosis, Environmental planning and Material flow analysis.
His China research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Life-cycle assessment, Natural resource economics, Industrial organization and Urban planning. Within one scientific family, Jingzheng Ren focuses on topics pertaining to Ranking under Energy security, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Interdependence, Sensitivity and Management science. The Analytic hierarchy process study combines topics in areas such as Multiple-criteria decision analysis, VIKOR method and Energy accounting.
His primary areas of study are Environmental economics, China, Operations research, Ranking and Process engineering. His research integrates issues of Environmental resource management, Sustainable development, Fuzzy logic, Analytic hierarchy process and SWOT analysis in his study of Environmental economics. His Analytic hierarchy process study which covers Multiple-criteria decision analysis that intersects with Sustainable design.
The concepts of his China study are interwoven with issues in Energy security, Natural resource economics, Economic growth and Hydrogen economy. Jingzheng Ren has researched Operations research in several fields, including Electricity generation, Fuzzy set, Grey relational analysis and Selection. His research in Ranking intersects with topics in Biofuel, Decision support system, Analytic network process and Sensitivity.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Environmental economics, Life-cycle assessment, Process engineering, Process and Ranking. His Environmental economics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Papermaking, Waste-to-energy, Sustainable development, Energy security and China. The various areas that he examines in his China study include Economic policy, Industrial organization and Status quo.
His Ranking research incorporates elements of Incineration, Goal programming, Fuzzy logic, Biofuel and Food waste. His Incineration research integrates issues from Analytic hierarchy process and Grey relational analysis. His work deals with themes such as MATLAB and Analytic network process, which intersect with Fuzzy logic.
Environmental economics, Extractive distillation, Process engineering, Process and Residue curve are his primary areas of study. His Environmental economics study incorporates themes from Papermaking, Life-cycle assessment, Electricity generation, Ranking and Food waste. His work carried out in the field of Extractive distillation brings together such families of science as Controllability and Process integration.
He has included themes like Tissue paper, Energy, Global optimization and Feed forward in his Process engineering study. His studies deal with areas such as Industrial engineering, Biorefinery, Oil refinery, Goal programming and Variety as well as Process. While the research belongs to areas of Residue curve, Jingzheng Ren spends his time largely on the problem of Azeotrope, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Multi-objective optimization, High-performance liquid chromatography, Cascade and Ethyl acetate.
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Emergy Analysis and Sustainability Efficiency Analysis of Different Crop-Based Biodiesel in Life Cycle Perspective
Jingzheng Ren;Alessandro Manzardo;Anna Mazzi;Andrea Fedele.
Construction and demolition waste management in China through the 3R principle
Beijia Huang;Xiangyu Wang;Harnwei Kua;Yong Geng.
Prioritization of bioethanol production pathways in China based on life cycle sustainability assessment and multicriteria decision-making.
Jingzheng Ren;Alessandro Manzardo;Anna Mazzi;Filippo Zuliani.
Urban sewage sludge, sustainability, and transition for Eco-City: Multi-criteria sustainability assessment of technologies based on best-worst method
Jingzheng Ren;Jingzheng Ren;Hanwei Liang;Felix T.S. Chan.
Quantifying, measuring, and strategizing energy security: Determining the most meaningful dimensions and metrics
Jingzheng Ren;Jingzheng Ren;Benjamin K. Sovacool;Benjamin K. Sovacool.
Eco-Benefits Assessment on Urban Industrial Symbiosis based on Material Flows Analysis and Emergy Evaluation Approach: A Case of Liuzhou City, China
Lu Sun;Hong Li;Liang Dong;Kai Fang.
Examining industrial structure changes and corresponding carbon emission reduction effect by combining input-output analysis and social network analysis: A comparison study of China and Japan
Zhaoling Li;Lu Sun;Lu Sun;Yong Geng;Huijuan Dong.
Prioritizing low-carbon energy sources to enhance China’s energy security
Jingzheng Ren;Benjamin K. Sovacool;Benjamin K. Sovacool.
Towards preventative eco-industrial development: an industrial and urban symbiosis case in one typical industrial city in China
Liang Dong;Tsuyoshi Fujita;Ming Dai;Yong Geng.
Analysis on spatial-temporal features of taxis' emissions from big data informed travel patterns: a case of Shanghai, China
Xiao Luo;Liang Dong;Liang Dong;Yi Dou;Yi Dou;Ning Zhang.
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