Sanna Wickerts

Doctoral Student at Environmental Systems Analysis

Doctoral Student at the Division of Environmental Systems Analysis, at the Department of Technology Management and Economics.

My research focuses on next generation batteries and their environmental and resource impacts. With prospective life cycle assessment, I assess these impacts throughout the battery's life cycle, with the aim of identifying environmental hotspots and to benchmark the results to the current dominating lithium-ion technology. In addition, I assist the teaching in several Chalmer's courses related to sustainability and life cycle assessment.

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How environmentally friendly are batteries with no rare or critical materials?

Sanna Wickerts, Rickard Arvidsson, Anders Nordelöf et al
Conference poster

Does the grade and source of lithium used in batteries matter?

Mudit Chordia, Sanna Wickerts, Anders Nordelöf et al
Conference poster

Life cycle environmental impacts of current and future battery-grade lithium supply from brine and spodumene

Mudit Chordia, Sanna Wickerts, Anders Nordelöf et al
Resources, Conservation and Recycling. Vol. 187
Review article

Comment on “Comparative life cycle assessment of high performance lithium-sulfur battery cathodes”

Rickard Arvidsson, Sanna Wickerts, Anders Nordelöf
Journal of Cleaner Production. Vol. 300
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Prospective Life-Cycle Modeling of Quantum Dot Nanoparticles for Use in Photon Upconversion Devices

Sanna Wickerts, Rickard Arvidsson, Gregory Peters et al
ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering. Vol. 9 (14), p. 5187-5195
Journal article

Screening resource assessment of next-generation battery chemistries

Sanna Wickerts, Frida Hermansson, Rickard Arvidsson et al
Report - Chalmers University of Technology

Implementation of the crustal scarcity indicator into life cycle assessment software

Rickard Arvidsson, Mudit Chordia, Sanna Wickerts et al
Report - Chalmers University of Technology

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Life cycle assessment of future battery chemistries – high storage capacity without scarce resources? LCA battery chemistries

Rickard Arvidsson Environmental Systems Analysis
Anders Nordelöf Environmental Systems Analysis
Magdalena Svanström Environmental Systems Analysis
Patrik Johansson Materials Physics
Sanna Wickerts Environmental Systems Analysis
Swedish Energy Agency

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