Assistant Professor of Engineering
Assistant Professor of Engineeringmichael.email@example.com
- B.S., Civil and Environmental Engineering, Virginia Tech, 2004
- M.S. and Ph.D., Engineering and Applied Science, Yale University, 2008
Integrated assessment modeling of energy and climate policy; industrial ecology; sustainability science; agent-based simulation methods
Current Research Projects
- Agent-based modeling of energy systems and international climate policy
- Assessment of risk and uncertainty associated with climate policy
- Gerst, M.D., R.B. Howarth, and M.E. Borsuk, 2010. Accounting for the risk of extreme outcomes in an integrated assessment of climate change, Energy Policy 38, 4540-4548.
- Gerst, M.D., 2009. Linking material flow analysis and resource policy via future scenarios of in-use stock: an example for copper, Environmental Science & Technology 43, 6320-6235.
- Gerst, M.D., and T.E. Graedel, 2008. In-use stocks of metals: Status and implications, Environmental Science & Technology 42, 7038–7045. (Awarded 2008 1st runner-up for best environmental policy paper in ES&T.)
- Gerst, M.D., 2008. Revisiting the cumulative grade-tonnage relationship for major copper ore types, Economic Geology 103, 615-628.
In Dartmouth Engineer Magazine
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