Use-phase emissions reductions from electrification of on-road goods movement

Hanjiro Ambrose

Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering,University of California, Davis

Hanjiro is a 3rd year PhD candidate in Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of California Davis.  Hanjiro's research applies industrial ecology to the convergence of transportation systems, technology change, and environmental policy. His dissertation research looks at methodological issues in comparing technology alternatives in the heavy duty vehicle sector. His on-going research efforts also include electric vehicle battery LCA, critical energy materials, new mobility, and life cycle based policies for vehicles and fuels.  Hanjiro is also a member of the Transportation Research Board, where he serves on the research subcommittee for Transportation and Sustainability.


Ports are the epicenter of goods movement in freight systems, particularly for containerized cargo. Drayage trucks are often essential for port function, as drayage trucks move containers between port facilities, intermodal... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Hanjiro Ambrose (Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering,University of California, Davis)
  2. Miguel Jaller-martelo (Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering,University of California, Davis)
  3. Alissa Kendall (University of California Davis)

Topic Areas

• Infrastructure systems, the built environment, and smart and connected infrastructure , • Public policy and governance , • Sustainable urban systems


ThS-16 » Urban environmental challenges (11:30 - Thursday, 29th June, Room G)

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