Randolph Kirchain
Randolph Kirchain
Principal Research Scientist, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Verified email at mit.edu
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Evaluating rare earth element availability: A case with revolutionary demand from clean technologies
E Alonso, AM Sherman, TJ Wallington, MP Everson, FR Field, R Roth, ...
Environmental science & technology 46 (6), 3406-3414, 2012
7022012
Evaluating rare earth element availability: A case with revolutionary demand from clean technologies
E Alonso, AM Sherman, TJ Wallington, MP Everson, FR Field, R Roth, ...
Environmental science & technology 46 (6), 3406-3414, 2012
7022012
A roadmap for nanophotonics
R Kirchain, L Kimerling
Nature Photonics 1 (6), 303-305, 2007
3992007
Technical cost analysis for PEM fuel cells
I Bar-On, R Kirchain, R Roth
Journal of Power Sources 109 (1), 71-75, 2002
2912002
Strategic materials selection in the automobile body: Economic opportunities for polymer composite design
ERH Fuchs, FR Field, R Roth, RE Kirchain
Composites science and technology 68 (9), 1989-2002, 2008
2392008
Improving aluminum recycling: A survey of sorting and impurity removal technologies
G Gaustad, E Olivetti, R Kirchain
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 58, 79-87, 2012
2122012
Material availability and the supply chain: risks, effects, and responses
E Alonso, J Gregory, F Field, R Kirchain
Environmental science & technology 41 (19), 6649-6656, 2007
1222007
End-of-life LCA allocation methods: open loop recycling impacts on robustness of material selection decisions
AL Nicholson, EA Olivetti, JR Gregory, FR Field, RE Kirchain
2009 IEEE international symposium on sustainable systems and technology, 1-6, 2009
1062009
Process cost modeling: Strategic engineering and economic evaluation of materials technologies
F Field, R Kirchain, R Roth
Jom 59 (10), 21, 2007
1042007
Life‐cycle assessment and temporal distributions of emissions: Developing a fleet‐based analysis
F Field, R Kirchain, J Clark
Journal of Industrial Ecology 4 (2), 71-91, 2000
942000
Design for location? The impact of manufacturing offshore on technology competitiveness in the optoelectronics industry
E Fuchs, R Kirchain
Management Science 56 (12), 2323-2349, 2010
932010
Process-based cost modeling: understanding the economics of technical decisions
R Kirchain, F Field
Encyclopedia of Materials Science and Engineering 2, 1718-1727, 2001
922001
Design for recycling: evaluation and efficient alloy modification
G Gaustad, E Olivetti, R Kirchain
Journal of Industrial Ecology 14 (2), 286-308, 2010
862010
Comparative pavement life cycle assessment with parameter uncertainty
A Noshadravan, M Wildnauer, J Gregory, R Kirchain
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 25, 131-138, 2013
772013
Platinum availability for future automotive technologies
E Alonso, FR Field, RE Kirchain
Environmental science & technology 46 (23), 12986-12993, 2012
722012
Evaluating the economic viability of a material recovery system: the case of cathode ray tube glass
JR Gregory, MC Nadeau, RE Kirchain
Environmental science & technology 43 (24), 9245-9251, 2009
672009
Quantifying the effects of parts consolidation and development costs on material selection decisions: A process-based costing approach
M Johnson, R Kirchain
International Journal of Production Economics 119 (1), 174-186, 2009
662009
Process-based cost modeling of photonics manufacture: the cost competitiveness of monolithic integration of a 1550-nm DFB laser and an electroabsorptive modulator on an InP …
ERH Fuchs, EJ Bruce, RJ Ram, RE Kirchain
Journal of lightwave technology 24 (8), 3175-3186, 2006
622006
Operational sustainability metrics assessing metric effectiveness in the context of electronics-recycling systems
J Atlee, R Kirchain
Environmental Science & Technology 40 (14), 4506-4513, 2006
552006
A dynamic process-based cost modeling approach to understand learning effects in manufacturing
MC Nadeau, A Kar, R Roth, R Kirchain
International Journal of Production Economics 128 (1), 223-234, 2010
542010
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