The Bioenergy Technologies Office (BETO) hosted its 2021 Project Peer Review virtually on March 8‒12, 2021; March 15‒16, 2021; and March 22‒26, 2021. The presentations from the Data, Modeling, and Analysis Program session are available to view below. For more information, including a complete schedule, view the 2021 Project Peer Review Agenda.

Presentation Title Speaker Organization
Data, Modeling, and Analysis Session Intro Alicia Lindauer Bioenergy Technologies Office
Analysis and Sustainability Interface Aye Meyer Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Strategic Analysis Support Ling Tao National Renewable Energy Laboratory
GREET Deployment and Biofuel Pathway Research and Analysis Michael Wang Argonne National Laboratory
Analysis of the Bioeconomy for Carbon Drawdown AJ Simon Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
GCAM Bioenergy and Land Use Modeling and Directed R&D Marshall Wise Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Bioeconomy Scenario Analysis and Modeling Emily Newes National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Enabling Sustainable Landscape Design for Continual Improvement of Operating Bioenergy Supply Systems Kevin Comer Antares
Integrated Landscape Management Mike Griffel Idaho National Laboratory
Scaling Up the Ecosystem Services of Bioenergy Landscapes Cristina Negri Argonne National Laboratory
Sustainable Biomass through Forest Restoration Mark Wigmosta Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Ecosystem Service Portfolios of Agricultural and Forestry Biomass Production Yetta Jager Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Attribution Analyses & Interagency Collaboration Keith Kline Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Integrated Life Cycle Sustainability Analysis (ILCSA) Patrick Lamers National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Quantifying and Visualizing Progress Toward Sustainability Esther Parish Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Water Resource Management for Bioenergy and Bioproducts May Wu Argonne National Laboratory
Biofuels Air Emissions Analysis Danny Inman National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Spatially Resolved Measurements of Water Quality Indicators within a Bioenergy Landscape Natalie Griffiths Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Biofuels Information Center Kristi Moriarty National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Biofuels National Strategic Benefits Analysis Rocio Uria-Martinez Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Biobased and Biobenign, an Environmental Reference Framework for Product Design: RIPE Margaret  MacDonell Argonne National Laboratory
Agent-Based Modeling for the Multi-Objective Optimization of Energy Production Pathways: Integrated Techno-Economics and Life Cycle Assessment Jason Quinn Colorado State University
Multi-Input, Multi-Output Biorefineries to Reduce Greenhouse Gas and Air Pollutant Emissions Corinne Scown University of California, Berkeley
Accelerating Bioenergy Technology Advancement Through FAIR Data Delivery Bruce Wilson Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Bioenergy Knowledge Discovery Framework Aaron Myers Oak Ridge National Laboratory