Background and activities
I'm a PhD student at the Industrial Ecology Programme, supervised by Johan Berg Pettersen. My PhD is part of the LASTING project. In my work, I investigate environmental impacts of household consumption of textiles, furniture and appliances, and the potential for impact reduction through extended product lifespans.
I have a MSc degree in Industrial Ecology from NTNU, and a BSc degree in Technical Physics from Lodz University of Technology (Poland). Before the PhD, I worked as a research assistant at the Industrial Ecology Programme, supervised by Edgar Hertwich. My master's thesis focused on the carbon footprint of office buildings in warm climates and its sensitivity to factors such as cooling system parameters.
Scientific, academic and artistic work
- (2021) Factors influencing the life-cycle GHG emissions of Brazilian office buildings. Buildings & Cities. vol. 2 (1).
Part of book/report
- (2021) A stock-driven model for assessing environmental benefits of product lifetime extension in Norwegian households. 4th Conference on Product Lifetimes and the Environment (PLATE).