Arpad Horvath

Member, National Academy of Construction

Chancellor’s Sustainability Award, UC Berkeley (2013)

“Best Paper of 2012 – Policy Analysis,” First Runner-up, Environmental Science & Technology, for “Fuel Miles and the Blend Wall: Costs and Emissions from Ethanol Distribution in the United States.”

Excellence in Review Award, Environmental Science & Technology (2011)

“Best Paper of 2011 – Feature Article,” Second Runner-up, Environmental Science & Technology, for “Grand Challenges for Life-cycle Assessment of Biofuels”

“Best Paper of 2008 – Policy Analysis,” Second Runner-up, Environmental Science & Technology, for “Assessing the End-of-Life Impacts of Buildings”

Walter L. Huber Civil Engineering Research Prize “for original and outstanding contributions to the life-cycle environmental modeling and assessment of infrastructure systems,” American Society of Civil Engineers (2008)

Laudise Prize “for outstanding achievements in industrial ecology by a young scientist or engineer,” International Society for Industrial Ecology (2005)

National Science Foundation CAREER Award (2001)

Lucent Technologies Industrial Ecology Fellowship (1998-2000) (shared with C. Hendrickson and L. Lave, Carnegie Mellon University)

AT&T Foundation Industrial Ecology Faculty Fellowship (1998, 2000, 2001)