Posts Tagged: greenhouse gas GHG emissions

Alfaseeh: Predicting GHG emissions with deep learning

Dr. Lama Alfaseeh, postdoctoral researcher at Ryerson University, presented “Prediction of Greenhouse Gas Emission in Downtown Toronto Using Deep Sequence Learning” on January 15, 2020 for the UT-ITE seminar series. Transportation systems contribute the largest amounts of greenhouse gas (GHG)…

Ewing on emissions impact of freight activity

“Freight’s carbon footprint soaring” (Today’s Trucking, November 23, 2020) reports on a Smart Freight Symposium presentation by Maddy Ewing, Analyst at Pembina Institute, on November 20, 2020. Ewing’s presentation “Urban Freight Electrification in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area” will…

Dr. Anahita Jami at EV2018VE: Report Cards for Transit

Dr. Anahita Jami presented “Greenhouse Gas Emission Modelling for the Transit Sector” at the EV2018VE Conference in Ottawa in April. Dr. Jami is a postdoctoral fellow with the Canadian Urban Transit Research & Innovation Consortium (CUTRIC) and the University of…

Saxe, Posen aim to improve sustainability of urban infrastructure systems

Professors Shoshanna Saxe and I. Daniel Posen were jointly awarded a Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) John R. Evans Leaders Fund grant for their project entitled “Improving Sustainability of Urban Infrastructure Systems.” The funding will enable the development of a virtual laboratory, which they will use to conduct…

City Hall deputation on biobased fuel

Professors Heather MacLean, Bradley Saville and I. Daniel Posen presented a summary of their research project on the evaluation of the impact of using biobased diesel fuels to the City of Toronto’s Parks and Environment Committee at its meeting on April 9.  The…

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