I am a PhD candidate at the Industrial Ecology Program (IndEcol), working in Francesco Cherubini’s group.
The aim of my PhD is to assess the climate change and health effects of existing and improved stove technologies in Norway, with an LCA approach to produce environmental performance indicators in the context of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. My PhD is a part of SusWoodStoves, which is a project that aims to ensure sustainable wood stoves through stove, building integration and value chain optimization.
I have a master’s degree in environmental physics and renewable energy from the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU). For my master thesis I studied temperature dependencies in precipitation patterns at weather stations in Svalbard. Before starting my PhD at NTNU I worked with air quality as a consulting engineer for two years.