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Joakim Lundgren joined the Ecosystems Services and Management Program (ESM) at IIASA as a Guest Research Scholar in January 2017. He is contributing with technical and strategical expertise to the development of the BeWhere model.
Dr. Lundgren’s research is mainly focused on energy systems analysis with special emphasis on bioenergy, biorefineries, biofuels for transportation, and efficient integration of biorefinery pathways in existing industrial infrastructures. He is furthermore working on cost-efficient localization of biorefineries with regard to integration possibilities, plant sizes and transport distances for raw materials and products and has been involved in work with the BeWhere model since mid-2000. Since 2014, Dr. Lundgren has been the Director of the Swedish Centre for Biomass Gasification (SFC), a national research program involving 10 Swedish universities and research institutes and numerous industrial companies. The program duration is 10 years and has a total budget of approximately 58 million Euro. Dr. Lundgren is also a member of the board as well as the program advisory board of The Swedish Competence Centre for Renewable Transportation Fuels (f3). He also leads the Systems Analysis and Bioeconomy research platform in Bio4Energy, a national strategic research program.
Last update: 10-NOV-2017
Zetterholm J, Pettersson K, Leduc S, Mesfun S, Lundgren J, & Wetterlund E (2018). Resource efficiency or economy of scale: Biorefinery supply chain configurations for co-gasification of black liquor and pyrolysis liquids. Applied Energy 230: 912-924. DOI:10.1016/j.apenergy.2018.09.018.
Carvalho L, Lundgren J, Wetterlund E, Wolf J, & Furusjö E (2018). Methanol production via black liquor co-gasification with expanded raw material base – Techno-economic assessment. Applied Energy 225: 570-584. DOI:10.1016/j.apenergy.2018.04.052.
Zetterholm Jo, Wetterlund E, Pettersson K, & Lundgren J (2018). Evaluation of value chain configurations for fast pyrolysis of lignocellulosic biomass - Integration, feedstock, and product choice. Energy 144: 564-575. DOI:10.1016/j.energy.2017.12.027.
Lundmark R, Forsell N, Leduc S, Lundgren J, Ouraich I, Pettersson K, & Wetterlund E (2018). Large-scale implementation of biorefineries: New value chains, products and efficient biomass feedstock utilisation. Lulea Tekniska Universtet, IIASA, RISE
Mesfun S, Sanchez DL, Leduc S, Wetterlund E, Lundgren J, Biberracher M, & Kraxner F (2017). Power-to-gas and power-to-liquid for managing renewable electricity intermittency in the Alpine Region. Renewable Energy 107: 361-372. DOI:10.1016/j.renene.2017.02.020.
Leduc S, Starfelt F, Dotzauer E, Kindermann G, McCallum I, Obersteiner M, & Lundgren J (2010). Optimal location of lignocellulosic ethanol refineries with polygeneration in Sweden. Energy 35 (6): 2709-2716. DOI:10.1016/j.energy.2009.07.018.
Leduc S, Lundgren J, Franklin O, & Dotzauer E (2010). Location of a biomass based methanol production plant: A dynamic problem in northern Sweden. Applied Energy 87 (1): 68-75. DOI:10.1016/j.apenergy.2009.02.009.
Leduc S, Lundgren J, Schmid E, & Dotzauer E (2007). Optimal location for a biomass based methanol production plant: Case study in northern Sweden. In: 15th European Biomass Conference: From Research to Market Deployment, 7-11 May 2007.
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