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Dominik Saner

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Research interests

Life Cycle Assessment Household Environmental Impacts Scenario Analysis Optimization

About

Dominik Saner is a scientific assistant at ETH Zurich, at the chair for Ecological Systems Design led by Prof. Stefanie Hellweg. After finishing his master studies in Environmental Engineering he started his doctoral studies on the life cycle assessment (LCA) of household consumptions. His research focus is laid on modeling of current and prospective household demands and the assessment and optimization of their supply with LCA.

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Publications

FoodPrints of households

  • Saner D
  • Beretta C
  • Jäggi B
International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment (2016)
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An LCA model for waste incineration enhanced with new technologies for metal recovery and application to the case of Switzerland

  • Boesch M
  • Vadenbo C
  • Saner D
Waste Management (2014)
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Regionalized LCA-based optimization of building energy supply: Method and case study for a swiss municipality

  • Saner D
  • Vadenbo C
  • Steubing B
Environmental Science and Technology (2014)
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Effects of consumptive water use on biodiversity in wetlands of international importance

  • Verones F
  • Saner D
  • Pfister S
Environmental Science and Technology (2013)
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Housing and mobility demands of individual households and their life cycle assessment

  • Saner D
  • Heeren N
  • Jäggi B
Environmental Science and Technology (2013)
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Professional experience

Scientific Assistant

Swiss Federal Institute of Technology

January 2009 - February 2013 (4 years)

Education history

University of Zurich Institute of Biomedical Ethics

Doctor of Science ETH

March 2009 - September 2012 (4 years)

University of Zurich Institute of Biomedical Ethics

Master of Science ETH in Environmental Engineering

October 2006 - December 2008 (2 years)

University of Zurich Institute of Biomedical Ethics

Bachelor of Science ETH in Environmental Engineering

October 2004 - October 2006 (2 years)