Leonardo Rosado is an Associate professor in the Division of Water Environment Technology, research theme Urban Metabolism, at Chalmers.
Leonardo Rosado focuses on the Urban Metabolism field, using a holistic approach to develop methods to study all resource flows of cities. Leonardo has developed a groundbreaking method to account for materials in urban areas – the Urban Metabolism Analyst. The main goal is to study cities to provide valuable information to stakeholders on different levels: waste management, urban planning, industry and households.
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