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Abinandan SudharsanamThe University of Newcastle
Arnas PalaimaUniversity of Cambridge
ARREY ENOWGreen School, Korea University-Korea Institute of Science and Technology (GETPPP)
Aurup Ratan DharGraduate School of Environmental Studies, Tohoku University
Bertram F. de Boer
Bob PaulE5 Solutions - Advisory Consulting
Cara Lynn McHardyNorwegian University of Science and Technology
Carol MaionePolitecnico di Milano
MS | Environment and Sustainability | University of Michigan
Chris MatthewUniversity College London
Damilola OyebadeEnvironmental Engineering - Newcastle University
One of my latest relevant work experiences, is the construction of the Ecuador Carbon Cero Mechanism. This was a project funded by UNDP and GIZ, and I also worked with REDD+, the National Ministry of Environment and Water, FIAS (private fund), NGOs and other relevant stakeholders. This mechanism focuses on engaging the private and public sector, to implement strategies that promote the reduction and removal of GHG emissions through conservation and restauration initiatives. This project involved: policy analysis, NDC reporting analysis, construction of the mechanism, validation of the mechanism with the stakeholders and articulation of the mechanism with the different strategies in the region.
Deepjyoti DasIndian Institute of Technology Bombay
Dirk Weichgrebe, PD Dr.-Ing. habil.Leibniz Universiät Hannover, Institute of Sanitary Engineering and Waste Management
Emma DohertyDartmouth College
Francesco Di MaioDelft University of Technology
I am currently involved in projects aiming at developing effective and economically feasible technologies (and methodologies) that produce high-quality raw materials from EoL products. The goal is not to find ways to damp recycled materials into new or existing products but to displace virgin raw materials.
Francisco Mendez-AlvaGhent University
For more informations please contact-me, it will be a pleasure for me to discuss with you.
Gurpreet SinghUniversity of Waterloo
Haoran ZhangThe University of Tokyo
Hessam AzarijafariMassachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Julio VargasUniversidad de San Carlos de Guatemala
Bachelor Degree in Industrial Engineering
Kapish DuttaUniversity of Freiburg
Kumar AbhishekIndian Institute of Technology (Banaras Hindu University), Varanasi (India)
Indian Institute of Technology (Banaras Hindu University), Varanasi (India)
Kun PengInstitute of Blue and Green Development, Shandong University
Liang DongCity University of Hong Kong
Maj Munch AndersenCopenhagen University, Department of Geoscience and Natural Resource Management
Masoumeh KhalkhaliUniversity of Southern California
Mohammad Ali RajaeifarNewcastle University
My area of expertise embraces life cycle assessment and costing of a wide range of production/service systems including agricultural production, biofuels, waste management and most importantly transportation. Having experience in industrial ecology, I am an expert in data collection and analysis, compiling data inventories and assessing the environmental impacts of complicated industrial systems.
I've also had the experience of leading a research group (life cycle assessment group) in biofuel research team (BR team) coordinating different research tasks for diverse team members as well as managing international collaborations. In addition to that, I have always tried to go beyond research. Therefore, I improved other aspects of my academic life as well, some of which are teaching, reviewing papers for high quality journals, acting as an academic board member of JCLP, advisory board member of Heliyon Environment, co-supervising MSc students, advisory of PhD and Master students, etc.
Nallapaneni Manoj KumarCity University of Hong Kong
Dr. Nallapaneni's studies mainly focus on sustainable and resilient built environment with an emphasis on circular business models and emerging technologies across critical infrastructure sectors. He has worked on key sustainability challenges that include energy systems modelling and analysis, waste valorization and material passports, carbon accounting and pricing. He possesses an interdisciplinary skillset that includes performance analytics, techno-economics, life cycle assessment and nexus systems design, especially for the food-energy-water-waste nexus. His research works are real-time empirical and location or climate-specific studies.
Dr. Nallapaneni is an active member of the International Society for Industrial Ecology (ISIE) and Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) organizations and one of the founding directors of "SusSo (Sustainable Solutions) Foundation Cares", a Non-Profit Organization for uplifting public health in India and "Afro Intergreen Energy Limited", a private limited startup for digitalizing Africa's power sector.
Oleksandr GalychynParthenope University of Naples
OLUWAPELUMI OLUWALANAAGH UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Omar AlomairNewcastle University
Oscar Rodolfo Ortega Alvarado
I am interested in sustainable and energy transition projects with a systemic approach, considering the technical, engineering, economic, social, and political implications.
Raja ChowdhuryIndian Institute of Technology, Roorkee
Remy Prame Joseph JeraldKTH
ecology, Life cycle analysis and Mechanical engineering.
Rene Van BerkelUnited Nations Industrial Development Organisation
Rohit PanchalNational Institute of Industrial Engineering, Mumbai
Ruichang MaoDepartment of Construction Management, Tsinghua University
Seyed Mohammadreza HeidariUniversity of Michigan
Shijun MaResearch Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences,Chinese Academy of Sciences
analysis, and environmental impact assessment of plastic packaging based on life cycle assessment. I’m pursuing a PhD in the related field in 2022.
Shiva ZargarThe University of British Columbia
Sophia IgdalovDepartment of Environmental Studies, the Porter School of the Environment and Earth Sciences, Tel Aviv University
Syeda Batool ZehraUniversity of Toronto
Structural Design Experience (Canada & Pakistan) – Over 5+ years in RCC & Steel Structures design and well conversant with Indigenous Structures utilizing Performance-Based and Prescriptive design along with Assessment, Retrofitting, and Restoration of existing structures.
Always willing to learn Innovative Structural Systems for Buildings, Bridges, and other support structures. Worked on Design and Analysis for Serviceability and Sustainability of Concrete Structures, Lightweight Steel Structures, and Retrofits. Computational Modelling of Reinforced and Pre-stressed Concrete Structures. Project to deliver design for Dynamic and Seismic Performance of vehicular bridge.
Carried out challenging projects comprising of Structural Integrity inspections and Fire Damage assessment of Buildings and Heritage Structures. Since 2014, Renowned Lead Structural Consultant mentored and taught me things that are not found in the world’s top university curriculum. Design strategies for cost-efficient solutions and aiding architects in pitching competitive proposals to Clients helped me to adapt new ideas and products to evolve our design standards and methodologies in compliance with the latest publications and standard code regulations.
Proficient user of ETABS, SAP2000, SAFE, GRASP, Response2000, MS Project, and Microsoft Office Suite with hands-on familiarity with AutoCAD, STAAD pro, CSI Bridge, Revit, and Primavera P6
Syed Asher ImamUniversity of Waterloo
With a growing concern for sustainability, I have completed another Masters in Sustainable Development, with major in International Development. I have also worked with the World Bank Group, International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) and United Nations Development Program (UNDP) liaising with government, international aid organizations, aid agencies, and NGOs for international development projects.
Tazrin AhmedNorwegian University of Science and Technology
T. Reed MillerYale Center for Industrial Ecology
I recently graduated from a PhD program at Yale’s Center for Industrial Ecology (CIE) working with Dr. Marian Chertow and Dr. Edgar Hertwich (NTNU). My research at CIE currently looks at metal-contained footprints of capital assets using EEIO, and also at various aspects of aircraft life cycle, with a focus on hydrogen-powered aircraft. Previously at CIE I worked to incorporate the use of capital assets in the US EEIO. I have a BS and MEng in environmental engineering, but shifted gears towards industrial ecology while working with the MIT Materials Systems Lab (MSL) during a Masters in Technology and Policy. My research at MSL centered on used electronics MFA along with an assortment of LCA projects. Later, as a researcher at the MIT Concrete Sustainability Hub I worked on streamlining early-stage LCA for buildings.