Environmental engineer with experience in disaster risk reduction research and policy, environmental technology and life cycle analysis, (physical) input-output modelling of renewable energy deployment scenarios, [open source] energy system models and integrated assessment models.
(physical) input-output modelling of - among other sectors - renewable energy deployment scenarios, [open source] energy system models and integrated assessment models
The PhD focuses on the material requirements and sectoral implications and interdependencies of different renewable energy deployment scenarios in the EU/World with a specific focus on the effects of long-term recycling of energy carriers and key construction materials, using hybrid (physical) input-output modelling combined with LCA studies, ecological network analysis and (open) energy system models. The research contributes to the ongoing climate policy and circular economy debate - including institutional (open) data policies - in the EU at regional, regional and international level. Funding is provided through the EU H2020 Marie Curie Programme.