Shoshanna Saxe
University of Toronto
Toronto, Canada
Member ID 1646
Member since Jul 25, 2017
Status Active


Shoshanna Saxe is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Civil & Mineral Engineering at the University of Toronto. She is the Canada Research Chair in Sustainable Infrastructure. Dr. Saxe works on LCA and MFA of the built environment.


Education and Designations

Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics from McGill (2007)
Master of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering from MIT (2009)
PhD from the University of Cambridge in Engineering (2016) (Jesus College)
Post Doctoral Fellow, University of Toronto (2016)
PEng (Ontario)

Recent Publications

Saxe S and Kasraian D (2020) Rethinking environmental LCA life stages for transport infrastructure to facilitate holistic assessment. Journal of Industrial Ecology: jiec.13010. DOI: 10.1111/jiec.13010.

Saxe S, Guven G, Pereira L, et al. (2020) Taxonomy of uncertainty in environmental life cycle assessment of infrastructure projects. Environmental Research Letters. DOI: 10.1088/1748-9326/ab85f8.

Research Interests

Urban MFA, LCA of civil infrastructure, transportation infrastructure

Website contributions from this member

11 Nov 2022 Post Doctoral Fellow in MFA and Data Science
07 May 2022 POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW low carbon cement and concrete construction materials
22 Mar 2022 Post Doctoral Fellow
14 Nov 2021 Post Doc: Built environment industrial ecology and data science - University of Toronto
02 Aug 2021 Post Doctoral Fellow in bottom up urban MFA - University of Toronto
11 Mar 2019 Post Doctoral Position at the University of Toronto: Urban MFA
28 Nov 2018 Post Doctoral Fellow with InfraGHG research team at The University of Toronto
05 Oct 2018 Member Spotlights: Shoshanna Saxe
20 Apr 2018 Post doctoral fellow: Transportation infrastructure, life cycle assessment - University of Toronto