H. Scott Matthews
Civil & Environmental Engineering
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3890
Office: 123A Porter Hall
H. Scott Matthews, Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Areas of Interest:
Sustainable, life cycle management of infrastructure, including transportation and building facilities, as well as energy, utility, and telecommunications networks
Ph.D. 1999, Carnegie Mellon University
- Cortney Higgins, H. Scott Matthews, Chris Hendrickson, and Mitchell Small, “Lead Demand of Future Vehicle Technologies”, Transportation Research Part D, in press, 2007.
- Troy Hawkins, Chris Hendrickson, Cortney Higgins, H. Scott Matthews and Sangwon Suh, “A Mixed-Unit Input-Output Model for Environmental Life-Cycle Assessment and Material Flow Analysis”, Environmental Science and Technology, in press, 2007, DOI 10.1021/es060871u.
- H. Scott Matthews, Michael Roth, and Aurora L. Sharrard, “Economic and EnvironmentalImplications of Construction Energy Use and Generation under New EPA Emission Standards”,in revision, Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 2006.
- Cliff Davidson, Chris Hendrickson, and H. Scott Matthews, “Sustainable Engineering: A Sequence of Courses at Carnegie Mellon”, in press, International Journal of Engineering Education, 2006.
- Melissa Bilec, Robert Ries, H. Scott Matthews, "Sustainable Development and Green Design – Who is Leading the Green Initiative?", in press, ASCE Journal of Professional Practice, 2006.