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Karl Hillman

Karl Hillman.

Research presentation

Karl Hillman

Senior lecturer, associate professor

Research subject: Environmental Science

I am an associate professor in sustainability science with specialisation in environmental engineering. I am head of education in Sustainability Science, working with teaching and development of the educations at the University of Gävle. I am also involved in various research projects and I supervise a number of PhD students. My main research interests are environmental assessments and socio-technical change. What options are the best for the environment and how can good practices be fostered? I have much experience from the field of renewable fuels and electricity for road transportation, but I also work with other kind of environmental technology.

Keywords

Environmental systems analysis, environmental assessment, socio-technical change, innovation systems, sustainable transportation, renewable fuels, biofuels, clean vehicles, material recycling.

CURRENT RESEARCH

System analysis of hydrogen

The previous project on the system analysis of regional value chains for renewable fuels has been completed, but the information is still current. Read more about Regional Alternative Technologies for the Traffic in Gävleborg County, Sweden - RATT-X

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  • Publications


Conference papers

Soam, S. & Hillman, K. (2018). Technical and environmental assessment of the growing hydroprocessed esters and fatty acids (HEFA) for a sustainable transport in Sweden. . [More information]
Hillman, K., Nilsson, M., Rickne, A. & Magnusson, T. (2011). Governance in technological innovation systems : biofuels and hybrid vehicles in Sweden. . [More information]
Hillman, K., Nilsson, M., Rickne, A. & Magnusson, T. (2009). Framework for analysing the governance of innovation systems for sustainable technology. . External link [More information]
Jonasson, K. (2007). Consequential Environmental Assessment Including Socio-Technical Change. 3rd International Conference on Life Cycle Management, Zurich, August 27-29, 2007 : Program & Abstract Book. P. 95-. [More information]
Hillman, K. (2007). LCA and Strategic Choice of Biofuels. LCA of Energy, Energy in LCA - SETAC Europe 14th LCA Case Studies Symposium, 3-4 December 2007, Göteborg, Sweden - Extended abstracts. P. 91-94. [More information]
Jonasson, K. (2007). Well-to-Wheel Studies and Technical Change - 9 problems with WTW studies. : 15th European Biomass Conference & Exhibition - From Research to Market Deployment, Berlin, Germany, 7-11 May 2007. [More information]
Sandén, B. & Jonasson, K. (2005). Competition and co-evolution among contenders : The development of alternative transport fuels in Sweden 1974-2004. 4th European Meeting on Applied Evolutionary Economics (EMAEE). [More information]
Jonasson, K. & Sandén, B. (2005). Exploring technology paths : The development of alternative transport fuels in Sweden 2005-2020. 4th European Meeting on Applied Evolutionary Economics (EMAEE). [More information]
Jonasson, K. & Sandén, B. (2005). Time and Scale in LCA : Case Study on Biofuels. LCM 2005 - Innovation by Life Cycle Management: LCM 2005 - Innovation by Life Cycle Management. P. 501-505. [More information]
Jonasson, K. & Sandén, B. (2004). Time and Scale in Life Cycle Assessment : The Case of Fuel Choice in the Transport Sector. Vehicles Alternative Fuel Systems & Environmental Protection (VAFSEP 2004): Vehicles Alternative Fuel Systems & Environmental Protection (VAFSEP 2004). P. 140-145. [More information]
Published by: Camilla Haglund Page responsible: Gunilla Mårtensson Updated: 2022-07-04
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