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Our highlight this week: Carine Lausselet

    Carine Lausselet is a PhD candidate at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway. Born and raised in Switzerland, she has lived in Norway the last 12 years.  While taking her BSc in Environmental Science and Engineering at the EPFL, she realized the strong...
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Our highlight this week: Haoran Zhang

      Dr. Haoran Zhang is an assistant professor at the University of Tokyo. He is an Excellent Young Researcher of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Japan and a Senior Scientist of Locationmind Inc, Japan.   Haoran’s main...
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Our highlight this week: Weiwei Mo

   Weiwei Mo is an assistant professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at University of New Hampshire (UNH). She got her BS degree from Shanghai Jiao Tong University in China (2008), and her MS (2011) and PhD (2012) degrees from University of South Florida...
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Our highlight this week: Zhi Cao

   Zhi Cao is an Assistant Professor at the University of Antwerp. His research interests mainly revolve around examining the sustainability of urban systems (e.g., urban infrastructure, built environment, and waste recovery and recycling) through a lens of socioeconomic metabolism. His...
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2nd Actionable Science for Urban Sustainability Unconference (AScUS 2021) - Call for Contributions

2nd Actionable Science for Urban Sustainability (AScUS 2021)An Unconference on Urban Sustainability to Generate Actionable SolutionsJune 1-4, onlinehttps://ascus2021.metabolismofcities.org/ The 2nd Actionable Science for Urban Sustainability (AScUS) unconference continues the success of the...
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Our highlight this week: Alexandre Milovanoff

 Alex is a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Toronto. He uses systems-level approaches to answer complex environmental questions. Alex is passionate about the energy systems (transport, electricity, residential) and his ultimate research's goal is to build actionable plans that are...
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Our highlight this week: Santiago Perez

  Santiago is a PhD candidate at Université de Technologie de Troyes. Born and raised in Colombia, where Santiago graduated in Anthropology and Environmental Engineering (also where he got his magical realism), Santiago has lived and worked in Canada, Luxembourg, Scotland, and he is...
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New Sustainable Urban Systems (SUS) Board

Dear ISIE members, The Sustainable Urban Systems (SUS) Section has a new Board that will be effective on January 1, 2021: Melissa Bilec: Co-Chair Hua Cai: Co-Chair Oliver Heidrich: Treasurer and COP26 Activities Coordinator Joe Bozeman III: Awards Coordinator and Professional Liaison...
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Member Spotlights: Carol Maione

  Carol is a PhD candidate in Industrial Engineering at Politecnico di Milano, Italy. Her work has spaced from biospheric down to molecular understanding and quantification of material flows, as well as their impacts on the environment. Carol’s doctoral research is focused on the...
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Our highlight this week: Burak Sen

 Burak Sen has recently earned a Civil Engineering Ph.D. degree from the University of Central Florida, USA. His Ph.D. dissertation investigated the potential environmental, energy, and socioeconomic impacts of emerging transportation technologies incorporating different aspects such as...
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Interdisciplinary Circular Economy Conference 2020 - NOW ONLINE!

Dear ISIE members,   The Chair of Societal Transition and Circular Economy at the University of Freiburg (Germany) is hosting the Interdisciplinary Circular Economy Conference 2020, a small event which was meant to take place at the Uni Freiburg in March 2021. Given the restrictions...
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Our highlight this week: Stephanie Cordova

       Stephanie is a Environmental Analyst at Solid waste management public company of Quito. She wants to apply industrial ecology in the urban environment of cities in developing countries like Ecuador. She thinks it is vital to encourage sustainable development in Latin...
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