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FARZANEH HOOMAN(フーマン ファルザネ) データ更新日:2019.06.20



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就職実績-他大学
就職実績有, -Sep 2015- Apr 2018:Junior Associate Professor, Kyoto University, Japan
-Sep 2013-Sep 2015: JSPS Postdoctoral Research Fellow, UNU-IAS, Japan
-Apr 2013- Sep 2013: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, UNU-IAS, Japan
-Feb 2012- Apr 2013: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Kyoto University, Japan
-Sep 2007-Jan 2012: Assistant Professor. Azad University, Iran
取得学位
Ph.D. in energy systems engineering
専門分野
Energy systems integration, Energy efficiency and management, Energy policy
活動概要
Our research group focuses on identifying strategies and policies that could facilitate solutions for the long term energy-related problems—including global energy supply and environmental challenges facing our society. We pursue this goal through developing analytical methods and using computational models in order to understand the role of science and technology in shaping better energy and environmental policies at all levels.
1) Multiple Benefits Assessment of the Low Emission Development Strategies in Asia Pacific Cities:
This research aims to develop and demonstrate a new strategic planning mechanism for achieving multiple benefits of Low Emission Development Strategies (LEDS) in Asia-Pacific cities, together with a robust analytical framework that can be used to assess those benefits during the development and implementation process. In this research:

- We plan to develop a modeling framework in order to quantify the effect of LEDS on four main areas of energy systems, environment, public health and local economy at the city level;
- We create an executive package of policies with an assessment of implementation challenges in each city and
- We develop a strategic plan of the urban multiple benefits of LEDS based on the comparative analysis among the selected cities as the main output of this research.
The six global cities which are evaluated in detail in this research consists of: Tokyo, Sydney, Shanghai, Kuala Lumpur, Seoul and Delhi. In this research the focus would be on 'Buildings', 'Waste' and 'Transport' as the key sectors as they can offer substantial urban climate mitigation potential through the implementation of LEDS in the selected cities.

2) Modeling of thermal behavior of the Organic Photovoltaic (OPV) greenhouse:
The utilization of photovoltaic technology and integrated systems have led to the development of solar greenhouses. The interest of the developers and designers is now to seek new approaches to combine the electricity and food production optimally. Organic Photovoltaics (OPV) are an emerging technology currently being developed for large scale manufacture and with the potential to be scaled to production speeds of megawatts per day. Yet low efficiency of the technologies may limit their deployment in certain regions due to the large land areas that would be required. Although organic photovoltaics have received huge interest in the academic literature, there has been limited analysis of the application of the technology.
In this research, a micro-simulation model created in TRNSYS software was employed for the simulation of thermal energy use in an innovative solar greenhouse with organic photovoltaic system. The model makes it possible to determine both the energy and the humidity balances in a greenhouse.

3) Toward a CO2 zero emission global energy system in the oil and gas producing countries:
Climate change and energy security are global challenges requiring concerted attention and action by all of the world’s countries. Under these conditions, energy supplier and exporter countries in the Middle East region are experiencing further challenges, such as increasing domestic energy demand while energy exports have to concurrently be kept at high levels. Middle East countries process the largest proven oil and gas reserves in the world and contribute a large fraction of the world's CO2 emissions from the use of these as fuels both domestically and internationally. This research addresses different policies that could dramatically change the future course of the Middle East region towards a zero CO2 emission energy system. To this aim, an integrated energy supply-demand model has been developed to analyze required commitments include renewable energy and energy efficiency targets and the potential of nuclear power, all of which should need to be considered in order to reduce CO2 emissions by 2100.

4) Techno-Economic Analysis of an innovative PV-Hydrogen-Biomass system for off-grid power supply:
Developing the Hybrid Renewable Energy Systems (HRES) offer alternative energy options that could be considered as one of the executive policies to support the low carbon energy system in cities. This research investigates the Techno-Economic Analysis (TEA) of an innovative HRES based on the integration of hydrogen generation from biomass gasification, solar power generation, hydrogen generation from water electrolysis, a hydrogen storage device and a Fuel Cell providing heat and power. The main unique concept of the proposed HRSE in this study is the combination of a Super Critical Water (SCW) biomass gasifier which uses water over its critical point as the gasifying agent with a fuel cell system. The SCW biomass gasifier is still in an early development stage and has an ability to use very wet biomass sources with a high gasification efficiency. The electric power and heat generated by this combination would not be affected by the weather, and could therefore be used in combination with photovoltaic modules, to form a composite energy system capable of all-weather operation. The originality of this study lies in the simultaneous optimization of the power and heat management strategy through the detailed modelling of the components of the proposed HRES in order to manage the time mismatch between energy production and load requirements.

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