Lukas Lazar

Lukas Lazar, M.Sc.

  • Institut für Technikfolgenabschätzung und Systemanalyse (ITAS)
    Postfach 3640
    76021 Karlsruhe

Current positions

  • Member of scientific staff at ITAS, research group “Research for Sustainable Energy Technologies”

Fields of work

  • Sustainability assessment of energy technologies
  • Life Cycle Assessment and multi-criteria optimization

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Professional background

since 2020 Scientific staff member at the Institute for Technology Assessment and Systems Analysis (ITAS)
2018 - 2020 Scientific staff member at the Institute for Industrial Ecology (INEC), Pforzheim University
2017 Semester abroad at the Fundação Getúlio Vargas Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
2017 - 2018 Master thesis at the Fraunhofer-Institute for Solar Energy Systems (ISE)
2016 - 2018 Master program Life Cycle & Sustainability (M.Sc.) at the Pforzheim University
2013 Internship semester at the Creative Thermal Solutions, Inc. Urbana, Illinois, USA
2010 - 2014 Bachelor’s program Energy Engineering (B.Eng.) at the University of Applied Sciences Bremen

Selected publications

Tietze, I.; Lazar, L.; Hottenroth, H.; Lewerenz, S. (2020)
LAEND: A Model for Multi-Objective Investment Optimisation of Residential Quarters Considering Costs and Environmental Impacts. Energies, 13(3), 614.

Lazar, L.; Tietze, I. (2019, August)
Integrating energy system modelling and life cycle assessment for both cost and environmental optimisation of a decentralised regional energy system. In: Proceedings of the Energy Challenges for the Next Decade, 16th IAEE European Conference, Ljubljana, Slovenia (pp. 25-28).

Hank, C.; Lazar, L.; Mantei, F.; Ouda, M.; White, R. J.; Smolinka, T. et al. (2019)
Comparative well-to-wheel life cycle assessment of OME 3–5 synfuel production via the power-to-liquid pathway. Sustainable Energy & Fuels, 3(11), 3219-3233.

Lazar, L.; Tietze, I. (2019)
External Costs as Indicator for the Environmental Performance of Power Systems. In: Progress in Life Cycle Assessment 2018 (pp. 89-102). Springer, Cham.