Jessica works with method development in an EU project that includes behavioral aspects of importance for energy efficiency in small and medium-sized companies. Sustainable development interests her a lot and thus environmental and climate issues. Jessica has an interdisciplinary perspective and enjoys creating a holistic view in complex areas, this through good collaboration and clear communication across subject boundaries.
Jessica has a research degree, Licentiate of Engineering, in environmental science with a focus on physical resource theory and she also has a Master of Science in in mechanical engineering with an energy focus. Recently, she has broadened her competence with social science studies in areas such as environmental psychology and environmental policy. Jessica is interested in good dialogue and has also read a course in conversation methodology.
Jessica has extensive professional experience in energy / transport / recycling systems, including shipping. For many years she has worked as a project manager with both research projects and consulting assignments.
|Title||Project manager, Licentiate of Engineering|
|Expertise||Sustainable development, energy and transport, systems analysis, environmental behavior, interdisciplinary, linguistic expressions and concept management|
|Phone||+46 (0)31-17 30 37|
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