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Lei Xu

Lei Xu, M.Sc.

Doctoral student
Research area Energy - resources, technologies, systems
Room: 320
Phone: +49 721 608-26095
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Institut für Technikfolgenabschätzung und Systemanalyse (ITAS)
Postfach 3640
76021 Karlsruhe


2012 - 2015 M.Sc. - Master's Program of Infrastructure Planning (MIP), University of Stuttgart, Germany
2014 Master thesis at Institute for Energy Economics and the Rational Use of Energy (IER), University of Stuttgart: "Life cycle assessment of wind power in China: a case study of an onshore wind power plant in Inner Mongolia"
2008 - 2012 B.Sc. - Environmental Science, Beijing Normal University (BNU), China
2012 Bachelor thesis at Environmental School, BNU: "Assessment of energy potential of biomass resources in China"

Current positions

Fields of work

  • Life cycle assessment
  • Energy system analysis

Recent publications

Brown, N.; Ekener, E.; Fuss, M.; Xu, L.
Methodological considerations for applying social LCA to modelled future European energy systems in the REFLEX project. Präsentation auf dem SETAC Europe 28th Annual Meeting, Rom, Italien, 13.-17.05.2018

Fuss, M.; Xu, L.; Poganietz, W.-R.; Brown, N.; Ekener, E.
Combining environmental lifecycle assessment and energy system models: First insights for the European future decarbonized energy system. Vortrag auf der 13th Biennial International Conference on EcoBalance 2018, Tokio, Japan, 09.-12.10.2018

Xu, L.; Fuss, M.; Poganietz, W.-R.; Brown, N.; Ekener, E.
Developing an approach of integrating LCA and energy system models for the analysis of future European energy system - The EFESA framework. Posterpräsentation auf der 2nd ESS International Conference 2018, Karlsruhe, 24.09.2018

Xu, L.; Fuss, M.; Poganietz, W.-R.; Brown, N.; Ekener, E.
Developing an environmental and social life cycle modelling approach for the European future scenario-based decarbonized energy system. Posterpräsentation auf der EMP-E Konferenz 2018, Brüssel, Belgien, 26.09.2018

Publications at ITAS