Life-cycle assessment, Environmental engineering, Industrial ecology, Input–output model and Environmental impact assessment are his primary areas of study. Sangwon Suh studies Inventory analysis, a branch of Life-cycle assessment. His study in Inventory analysis is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Valuation, Ecological footprint and Data collection.
His Environmental engineering research includes elements of Agriculture, Environmental media, Material flow analysis, Food waste and Renewable energy. His Industrial ecology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Industrial engineering and Operations management. The study incorporates disciplines such as Water use, Service and Environmental resource management in addition to Environmental impact assessment.
Sangwon Suh focuses on Life-cycle assessment, Natural resource economics, Environmental economics, Greenhouse gas and Input–output model. His Life-cycle assessment research integrates issues from Risk analysis, Environmental engineering, Environmental impact assessment and Environmental resource management. His research in Natural resource economics intersects with topics in Supply chain, Economic growth, Global warming and Environmental protection.
The various areas that Sangwon Suh examines in his Environmental economics study include Industrial ecology and Operations management. Sangwon Suh does research in Greenhouse gas, focusing on Climate change mitigation specifically. There are a combination of areas like Scope and Mathematical economics integrated together with his Input–output model study.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Life-cycle assessment, Statistics, Natural resource economics, Monte Carlo method and Design for sustainability. His Life-cycle assessment research incorporates themes from Green marketing and Target audience. In the field of Statistics, his study on Reliability and Normalization overlaps with subjects such as Divisia index, Logarithmic mean and Respondent.
His research integrates issues of Supply chain, Climate policy and Crop yield, Yield gap in his study of Natural resource economics. His study looks at the relationship between Climate policy and fields such as Environmental resource management, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His Monte Carlo method study also includes
His main research concerns Environmental engineering, Statistics, Engineered nanomaterials, Waste management and Supply chain. His research in Environmental engineering focuses on subjects like Climate change, which are connected to Carbon dioxide and Chemical industry. His research investigates the link between Engineered nanomaterials and topics such as Stochastic modelling that cross with problems in Monte Carlo method and Simulation.
As part of the same scientific family, Sangwon Suh usually focuses on Supply chain, concentrating on Natural resource economics and intersecting with Material flow. His studies deal with areas such as Life-cycle assessment, Carbon footprint and Raw material as well as Low-carbon economy. In his research, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Life-cycle assessment and Impact assessment.
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Recent developments in Life Cycle Assessment.
Göran Finnveden;Michael Z. Hauschild;Tomas Ekvall;Jeroen B. Guinée.
Life cycle assessment: Part 1: Framework, goal and scope definition, inventory analysis, and applications
G Rebitzer;Tomas Ekvall;R Frischknecht;D Hunkeler.
The material footprint of nations.
Thomas O. Wiedmann;Thomas O. Wiedmann;Thomas O. Wiedmann;Heinz Schandl;Manfred Lenzen;Daniel Moran.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2015)
Global life cycle releases of engineered nanomaterials
Arturo A. Keller;Suzanne McFerran;Anastasiya Lazareva;Sangwon Suh.
System Boundary Selection in Life-Cycle Inventories Using Hybrid Approaches
Sangwon Suh;Manfred Lenzen;Graham J. Treloar;Hiroki Hondo.
Environmental Science & Technology (2004)
Methods for Life Cycle Inventory of a product
Sangwon Suh;Gjalt Huppes.
The computational structure of life cycle assessment
Reinout Heijungs;Sangwon Suh.
Degradation Rates of Plastics in the Environment
Ali Chamas;Hyunjin Moon;Jiajia Zheng;Yang Qiu.
Integrated life-cycle assessment of electricity-supply scenarios confirms global environmental benefit of low-carbon technologies.
Edgar G. Hertwich;Thomas Gibon;Evert A. Bouman;Anders Arvesen.
Bioenergy and climate change mitigation: an assessment.
Felix Creutzig;Nijavalli H. Ravindranath;Göran Berndes;Simon Bolwig.
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