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I am visiting from the United States
on a six month Transatlantic
Renewable Energy Fellowship . I graduated Summa
Cum Laude from Emory University  in 2009
with a B.S. in Environmental Studies and Physics. My current research
examines CO2 emissions from global capital investments using economic
input-output (EIO) models.
Ryan A. Jones
German Cell: 0177 132 8585
USA Cell: (240)418-3637
2009 - Present Global CO2 Emissions from Capital Investments
Visiting Researcher at TU Berlin.
Summer 2009 Silicon Nitride for Photoelectrochemical
Hydrogen Systems and Technology Group, National Renewable Energy
2008-2009 Cost Benefit Analysis of Solar
Photovoltaics in Georgia's (USA) Utility Market.
Department of Environmental Studies , Emory University
Summer 2008 Evaluation of Conductive Adhesive Tapes as
Potential Interleafing Connects for Flexible Thin-Film PV Applications
National Center for Photovoltaics, National Renewable Energy
Pern F. J., R. A. Jones, et al (2009). Preliminary Evaluation of
Conductive Adhesive Tapes as Potential Interleafing Connects for
Flexible Thin-Film PV Applications. Material Research Society Spring
Meeting, San Francisco, CA. 1165-M09-04.
Jones, R. A. (2009). Cost Benefit Analysis of Solar Photovoltaics in
Georgia’s Electric Utility Market. Unpublished senior honors thesis,
Emory University, Department of Environmental Studies, Atlanta, GA.
System Integration of Renewable
Photovoltaics, Climate Change Policy/Economics, Environmental Justice