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Tamara Artacker

Tamara Artacker

Email Address: tamara.artacker(at)boku.ac.at

In her PhD project Tamara focuses on the tensions between family farming and agroindustry. Specifically, she looks at the small-scale maize production in Ecuador and is interested in the role knowledge regimes and subjectivities play in the formation of specific society-nature relations.

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Sonja Bauernschuster

Sonja Bauernschuster

Email Address: sonja.bauernschuster(at)boku.ac.at

Sonja’s PhD revolves around the forest transition in the Lao PDR. This work enables her to pursue her interest in hidden patterns and causes of observed phenomena by studying the socio-metabolic processes that cause ongoing reforestation processes.

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Anna-Katharina Brenner

Anna-Katharina Brenner

Email Address: anna.brenner(at)boku.ac.at

After working on environmental justice matters in Austria in my Master's Thesis,  a short trip to the Sociology Department, working on urban transitions and social policies in the light of environmental governance, I now close the circle by investigating the feasibility of alternative resource use patterns in the Metropolitan Region Vienna-Bratislava. Hence, my focus is on peri-urban governance structures enabling or hindering sustainability transitions.

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Benjamin Fleischmann

Benjamin Fleischmann

Email Address: benjamin.fleischmann@boku.ac.at

In his Ph.D. project, Benjamin tries to understand the role of power struggles among different social-ecological projects in developing the European bioeconomy policy. Therefore, he is interested in clustering actor constellations and their specific strategies on biomass and land use linked to a broader political-economic context. His primary interest is how these actor constellations shape policies and institutional configurations and how this might influence resource use in the future. In this perspective, he tries to highlight opportunities and barriers of the EU bioeconomy for a far-reaching social-ecological transformation.

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Harald Grabher

Harald Grabher

Email Address: harald.grabher(at)boku.ac.at

Harald brings his hands-on experience as a development practitionner in land and natural resource use in low and middle income countries into his doctoral project. He investigates the different energy services that households derive from biomass combustion and the interlinkages between stocks, material flows and energy services from a socio-metabolic perspective. With his research he aims to promote more sustainable energy and land use systems.

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Lisa Kaufmann

Lisa Kaufmann

Email Address: lisa.kaufmann(at)boku.ac.at

Lisa tries to detect the web of food-related biomass flows from land-use via trade and livestock systems to the people. More specifically, through identifying patterns in agri-food metabolisms of sub-national regions, she seeks to support more region-specific approaches to global challenges.

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Nora Krenmayr

Nora Krenmayr

Email Address: nora.krenmayr(at)boku.ac.at

Nora looks at the dynamics and conflicts concerning international trade flows, recycling technologies, systems and regulations of waste from electrical and electronic equipment (EEE) with a geographical focus on Europe and India.

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Andreas Magerl

Andreas Magerl

Email Address: andreas.magerl(at)boku.ac.at

Andreas’ work is focused on historic forest transitions in the United States and underlying socioeconomic and sociopolitical drivers.

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Sarah Matej

Sarah Matej

Email Address: sarah.matej(at)boku.ac.at

In her PhD, Sarah analyses global patterns of land use and the resulting impacts on ecosystem functioning. By integrating earth observation data with model-derived and statistical data she aims to gain new insights into the nature and trajectories of land-system change.

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Barbara Plank

Barbara Plank

Email Address: barbara.plank(at)boku.ac.at

Barbara tries hard to understand the magnitude and functionality of the complete social metabolism (inputs/outputs, flows/stocks, production/consumption) and is heavily working on finding a compromise between the two extremes technological solutions and sufficiency. For that major challenge, many available tools (material flow analysis, input-output analysis, dynamic stock modelling, statistics/econometrics) can be of use for her.

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Nicolas Roux

Nicolas Roux

Email Address: nicolas.roux(at)boku.ac.at

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Nicolas is working on how to measure and govern the processes driving international land footprint, using the embodied HANPP indicator. This is part of the Coupled project, which aims to better integrate research, innovation and social responsibility framed around the concept of telecoupling.

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Jan Streeck

Jan Streeck

Email Address: jan.streeck(at)boku.ac.at

In the MAT_STOCKS project Jan works on estimating national material stocks and their end-use types (cars, buildings) in order to better understand the connection of stocks, flows & services.

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Doris Virág

Doris Virág

Email Address: doris.virag(at)boku.ac.at

Doris’ work focusses on understanding social metabolism, material and energy efficiency, the role of material stocks such as buildings and transport infrastructure and the potential of circular economy strategies for achieving a future with more sustainable resource use patterns within different projects.

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Marie-Theres Wandl

Marie-Theres Wandl

Email Address: marie-theres.wandl(at)boku.ac.at

In her PhD Marie-Theres is working on the question how the world can be fed healthily, yet sustainable. Her research focuses on global fruit and vegetable production and its related land use implications.

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