Constantine Samaras
Constantine Samaras
Director, CMU Scott Institute for Energy Innovation, Carnegie Mellon University
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Autonomous Vehicle Technology: A Guide for Policymakers
JM Anderson, N Kalra, KD Stanley, P Sorensen, C Samaras, O Oluwatola
Rand Corporation, 2014
Life cycle assessment of greenhouse gas emissions from plug-in hybrid vehicles: implications for policy
C Samaras, K Meisterling
Environmental science & technology 42 (9), 3170-3176, 2008
Estimating potential increases in travel with autonomous vehicles for the non-driving, elderly and people with travel-restrictive medical conditions
CD Harper, CT Hendrickson, S Mangones, C Samaras
Transportation research part C: emerging technologies 72, 1-9, 2016
Effectiveness of incentives on electric vehicle adoption in Norway
AC Mersky, F Sprei, C Samaras, ZS Qian
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 46, 56-68, 2016
Energy use and life cycle greenhouse gas emissions of drones for commercial package delivery
JK Stolaroff, C Samaras, ER O’Neill, A Lubers, AS Mitchell, D Ceperley
Nature communications 9 (1), 409, 2018
Decisions to reduce greenhouse gases from agriculture and product transport: LCA case study of organic and conventional wheat
K Meisterling, C Samaras, V Schweizer
Journal of cleaner production 17 (2), 222-230, 2009
Impact of battery weight and charging patterns on the economic and environmental benefits of plug-in hybrid vehicles
CSN Shiau, C Samaras, R Hauffe, JJ Michalek
Energy Policy 37 (7), 2653-2663, 2009
Valuation of plug-in vehicle life-cycle air emissions and oil displacement benefits
JJ Michalek, M Chester, P Jaramillo, C Samaras, CSN Shiau, LB Lave
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (40), 16554-16558, 2011
Estimation of regional air-quality damages from Marcellus Shale natural gas extraction in Pennsylvania
A Litovitz, A Curtright, S Abramzon, N Burger, C Samaras
Environmental Research Letters 8 (1), 014017, 2013
Fuel economy testing of autonomous vehicles
AC Mersky, C Samaras
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 65, 31-48, 2016
Life cycle assessment and grid electricity: what do we know and what can we know?
CL Weber, P Jaramillo, J Marriott, C Samaras
Environmental science & technology 44 (6), 1895-1901, 2010
Expert assessments of the cost and expected future performance of proton exchange membrane fuel cells for vehicles
MM Whiston, IL Azevedo, S Litster, KS Whitefoot, C Samaras, JF Whitacre
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 116 (11), 4899-4904, 2019
Greenhouse gas implications of using coal for transportation: Life cycle assessment of coal-to-liquids, plug-in hybrids, and hydrogen pathways
P Jaramillo, C Samaras, H Wakeley, K Meisterling
Energy Policy 37 (7), 2689-2695, 2009
Life cycle greenhouse gas emissions from US liquefied natural gas exports: implications for end uses
LS Abrahams, C Samaras, WM Griffin, HS Matthews
Environmental science & technology 49 (5), 3237-3245, 2015
Sustainability implications of electricity outages in sub-Saharan Africa
DV Farquharson, P Jaramillo, C Samaras
Nature Sustainability 1 (10), 589-597, 2018
Cost and benefit estimates of partially-automated vehicle collision avoidance technologies
CD Harper, CT Hendrickson, C Samaras
Accident Analysis & Prevention 95, 104-115, 2016
Effects of on-demand ridesourcing on vehicle ownership, fuel consumption, vehicle miles traveled, and emissions per capita in US States
JW Ward, JJ Michalek, IL Azevedo, C Samaras, P Ferreira
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 108, 289-301, 2019
Adapting infrastructure and civil engineering practice to a changing climate
JRE Olsen
Estimating the consumptive use costs of shale natural gas extraction on Pennsylvania roadways
S Abramzon, C Samaras, A Curtright, A Litovitz, N Burger
Journal of Infrastructure Systems 20 (3), 06014001, 2014
Keeping infrastructure reliable under climate uncertainty
MV Chester, BS Underwood, C Samaras
Nature Climate Change 10 (6), 488-490, 2020
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