J.A. (Jorge Andres) Moncada Escudero PDEng
Jorge Andrés Moncada is a PhD researcher at Delft University of Technology and Utrecht University. His current research interests include: (bio)energy system analysis, complex adaptive systems, socio-technical systems, computational economics and agent-based modelling. He received his bachelor and master degree in chemical engineering at National University of Colombia. He also holds a Professional Doctorate in Engineering (PDEng) on process and equipment design at Delft University of Technology.
His PhD project is aimed to answer the following research question: Which (constellation of) incentive system(s) is/are most likely effective to bring the renewable jet fuel supply chains into being? The approach used to answer this question consists of combining state-of-the-art developments in agent-based modeling and simulation with elements of institutional economics to create a simulation model to understand and to shape the emergence of renewable jet fuel supply chains.
- Moncada, J. A., Lukszo, Z., Junginger, M., Faaij, A., & Weijnen, M. (2017). A conceptual framework for the analysis of the effect of institutions on biofuel supply chains. Applied Energy, 185, Part 1, 895-915. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.apenergy.2016.10.070
- Agent-based model of the German Biodiesel Supply Chain
Moncada Escudero JA, Junginger M, Lukszo Z, Faaij APC & Weijnen MPC. 2015 12 International Symposium on Process Systems Engineering and 25 European Symposium on Computer Aided Process Engineering. Gernaey KV, Huusom JK & Gani R (eds.). Amsterdam: Elsevier. 37, p. 2045-2050 6 p.
Fuel supply chain development and flight operations
Objective: to accelerate the development of sustainable bio fuel supply chains that may account for 20 per cent of jet fuel demand in the European Union in 2025.
Jorge Andres Moncada Escudero
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Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management
Engineering Systems and Services
Energy and Industry
(Bio) energy system analysis
Renewable jet fuel supply chains
(Neo) institutional economics