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Before joining IIASA's Energy Program in October 2015, Daniel Huppmann was on a Postdoctoral Fellowship at The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, in the Civil Engineering Department. During this time, he was also affiliated as a Visiting Fellow at the think-tank Resources for the Future (RFF), Washington D.C. Before his research sojourn in the US, he worked at the Department of Energy-Transportation-Environment at the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin), Germany.
Dr. Huppmann graduated with a doctorate in economics from Technical University Berlin after successfully completing the structured PhD program at DIW Berlin, defending his dissertation summa cum laude in June 2014. He also studied Mathematics at the Vienna University of Technology, where he earned an MSc degree in 2010. In his research, Dr. Huppmann focuses on the intersection of Operations Research, game theory, energy economics, and climate & environmental policy. His emphasis is on multi-stage games in the global crude oil and natural gas markets, and strategic investment in electricity networks and other infrastructure.
At IIASA, Dr. Huppmann works on the Energy-Climate-Food-Water Nexus and the the Horizon 2020 projects SET-Nav and CD-LINKS, which aims to explore national and global transformation strategies for climate change and their linkages to a range of sustainable development objectives. His research revolves around a better representation of human behavior, technology diffusion, and disaggregated spatial/temporal aspects in Integrated Assessment Models (IAM) and energy-economy-environment-engineering (e4) tools, in particular the MESSAGE model.
Last update: 26-APR-2016
Marangoni G, Tavoni M, Bosetti V, Borgonovo E, Capros P, Fricko O, Gernaat D E H J, Guivarch C, et al. (2017). Sensitivity of projected long-term CO2 emissions across the Shared Socioeconomic Pathways. Nature Climate Change 7 (2): 113-117. DOI:10.1038/nclimate3199.
Feijoo F, Huppmann D, Sakiyama L, & Siddiqui S (2016). North American natural gas model: Impact of cross-border trade with Mexico. Energy 112: 1084-1095. DOI:10.1016/j.energy.2016.06.133.
Langer L, Huppmann D, & Holz F (2016). Lifting the US crude oil export ban: A numerical partial equilibrium analysis. Energy Policy 97: 258-266. DOI:10.1016/j.enpol.2016.07.040.
Yeh S, Cai Y, Huppmann D, Bernstein P, Tuladhar S, & Huntington HG (2016). North American natural gas and energy markets in transition: insights from global models. Energy Economics 60: 405-415. DOI:10.1016/j.eneco.2016.08.021.
Brijs T, Huppmann D, Siddiqui S, & Belmans R (2016). Auction-Based Allocation of Shared Electricity Storage Resources through Physical Storage Rights. DIW Discussion Paper 1566. Berlin, Germany
Brijs T, Huppmann D, Siddiqui S, & Belmans R (2016). Auction-based allocation of shared electricity storage resources through physical storage rights. Journal of Energy Storage 7: 82-92. DOI:10.1016/j.est.2016.05.009.
Feijoo F, Huppmann D, Sakiyama L, & Siddiqui S (2016). North American Natural Gas Model Impact of Cross-Border Trade with Mexico. DIW Discussion Paper 1553. Berlin, Germany
Langer L, Huppmann D, & Holz F (2016). Lifting the US Crude Oil Export Ban: A Numerical Partial-Equilibrium Analysis. DIW Discussion Paper 1548. Berlin, Germany
Oke O, Huppmann D, Marshall M, Poulton R, & Siddiqui S (2016). Mitigating Environmental and Public-Safety Risks of United States Crude-by-Rail Transport. DIW Discussion Paper 1575. Berlin, Germany
Huppmann D & Siddiqui S (2015). An Exact Solution Method for Binary Equilibrium Problems with Compensation and the Power Market Uplift Problem. DIW Discussion Paper 1475. Berlin, Germany
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