Tomer FishmanLeiden University CML (Institute of Environmental Sciences)
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|Member since||Mar 11, 2013|
AboutI'm interested mainly in everything related to material stocks, their services, and their impacts: what, where, when, which ones, what for, and why??
DetailsI'm an assistant professor at the CML (Institute of Environmental Sciences) in Leiden University, the Netherlands. Prior, I was a lecturer at the school of Sustainability, Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya, Israel, and a postdoctoral associate at the Center for Industrial Ecology in the Yale School of Environment. I have a Ph.D. in Environmental Studies from Nagoya University. I'm a board member of the SEM section and I served as the president of the student chapter of the International Society for Industrial Ecology 2014-2015.
My research is focused towards understanding how the materials that accumulate in society in buildings, infrastructure, and other goods affect society, economy, and the environment. I study the flows and stocks of materials in human societies and the mutual interactions of material consumption, economic activity, and development.
My current research explores scenarios and forecasts of the accumulation of critical materials and construction materials accumulation in the global economies, and the environmental consequences of these trends.
Research Interests• Material stock & flow accounting and analysis
• Socio-economic metabolism
• Drivers of material consumption
• Statistical, econometric, and data-driven analysis and forecasting
• Geospatial (GIS) analysis
• Scenarios of demand and supply of critical materials (rare earths, lithium, platinum) in emerging “green” technologies
• Mapping the materials stocked in buildings & infrastructure using satellite imagery
• Country- and global-scale drivers and forecasts of material stock & flow processes
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|18 May 2021||May 27th: 9th Session of ISIE-SEM Perpetual Conference: Progress in modelling the socio-economic metabolism - combining material flow principles and input-output analysis|