Fraunhofer Institute for
Systems and Innovation Research ISI
Torsten Hummen studied mechanical engineering at the RWTH Aachen with a focus on construction and development. He spent an academic year abroad at the Queen's University of Belfast. Torsten Hummen wrote his Diploma-Thesis about "Development of a global energy model to simulate future energy supply structures". During his studies he gained professional experience through internship in the wind power industry and worked as scientific assistant at the Institute of Plastics Processing (IKV). Since November 2012 he has been working as a research assistant at the Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI.
Marscheider-Weidemann, F.; Langkau, S.; Hummen, T.; Erdmann, L.; Tercero Espinoza, L.; Angerer, G. et al. (2016): Rohstoffe für Zukunftstechnologien. Edited by DERA Rohstoffinformationen. Berlin.
Drielsma, Johannes; Allington, Ruth; Brady, Thomas; Guinée, Jeroen; Hammarstrom, Jane; Hummen, Torsten et al. (2016): Abiotic Raw-Materials in Life Cycle Impact Assessments. An Emerging Consensus across Disciplines. In Resources 5 (1), p. 12. DOI: 10.3390/resources5010012.
Hummen, Torsten; Sartorius, Christian (2015): Overall raw material savings potential in German electricity production through the substitution of fossil fuels by renewable sources (Poster). In : Life Cycle Management Conference 2015. Mainstreaming LCA. LCM 2015. Bordeaux, 30 August - 2 September.
Hummen, Torsten; Kästner, Fabian (2014): Evaluating Existing Methodological Approaches for ProspectiveLCA at Early Technology-Development Stages. In American Center for Life Cycle Assessment (Ed.): Proceedings from the LCA XIV Conference. LCA XIV Conference. San Francisco, CA, United States, October 6-8, pp. 63–74. Available online at lcacenter.org/lcaxiv/LCAXIV_Paper_proceedings.pdf.
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