13 July 2016
Brian Fath is being recognized for his work that combines systems theory, network analysis and thermodynamics, specifically, to investigate ecological goal functions that describe ecosystem growth and development. Fath’s acceptance address is titled "Systems Ecology, Energy Networks, and a Path to Sustainability". A companion paper will appear in a special issue of the International Journal of Sustainable Development and Planning. The Prigogine Medal was established in 2004 by the University of Siena and the Wessex Institute of Technology to honor the memory of Professor Ilya Prigogine, Nobel Prize Winner for Chemistry. The Medal is given each year to a leading scientist in the field of ecological systems.
Brian Fath's acceptance address "Systems Ecology, Energy Networks, and a Path to Sustainability" at the Prigogine Medal award ceremony © IIASA
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The Sustainable City
11th International Conference on Urban Regeneration and Sustainability
Zhang Y, Lu H, Fath B, & Zheng H (2016). Modelling urban nitrogen metabolic processes based on ecological network analysis: A case of study in Beijing, China. Ecological Modelling 337: 29-38. DOI:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2016.06.001.
Yang S, Fath B, & Chen B (2016). Ecological network analysis of embodied particulate matter 2.5 – A case study of Beijing. Applied Energy 184: 882-888. DOI:10.1016/j.apenergy.2016.04.087.
Xia L, Fath BD, Scharler UM, & Zhang Y (2016). Spatial variation in the ecological relationships among the components of Beijing's carbon metabolic system. Science of the Total Environment 544: 103-113. DOI:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2015.11.110.
Fath B (2015). Sustainability of Complex Systems: Insights from Ecological Dynamics. In: Systems Analysis 2015 - A Conference in Celebration of Howard Raiffa, 11 -13 November, 2015, Laxenburg, Austria.
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