I am a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Sustainable Development, Environmental Science and Engineering (SEED), and have a PhD degree in Energy and Environment (Technology Management and Economics) with specialization in Environmental Systems Analysis. My research focus is on combining structured sustainability assessments with qualitative and quantitative social science, aiming to contribute to sustainability. Currently, I work in a project on social life cycle assessment (social LCA), where we study cause-effect chains between activities along supply chains and influence on social sustainability. I am also involved in teaching on topics in the areas sustainability assessment, system dynamics, ecological economics and sustainability science more generally. The main supervisor of my postdoctoral studies is Elisabeth Ekener, at SEED.