BiographieAnkita Singhvi is a researcher in circular economy for cities and currently a PhD candidate at EPFL.
Ankita received her BSc degree in Architecture from the Technical University Delft in 2017. She graduated with a design proposal for the Nieuwe Instituut in Rotterdam that examined the ageing of materials in the built environment. Her interest in climate adaptation led her to pursue a MSc in Industrial Ecology from Leiden University and TU Delft. She graduated in 2020 with honours, with a thesis on resilience in grey and nature-based infrastructures.
She has worked with the the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Circle Economy and LDE Centre for Sustainability: bridging science with practise. She coordinated the Circular Industries Hub, where she supported companies in their transition towards the principles of a circular economy. She collaborated on two research projects: “Securing Critical Materials for Critical Sectors: Policy options for the Netherlands and the European Union” (2021) and “Building resilience in high-tech supply chains: Lessons from the Dutch High Tech sector” (2021).
Ankita continues her work in circular resource management at HERUS, EPFL. Her research focuses on the role of circular economy in urban and territorial transitions towards sustainability. She is supervised by Prof. Claudia. R. Binder and Dr. Aristide Athanassiadis.
Master of Science
Leiden University / TU Delft
2018 - 2020
Ecosystem and Forest Sciences
Burnley, University of Melbourne
Bachelor of Science
Technical University Delft
2013 - 2017
Sélection de publications
|A Singhvi, AP Luijendijk, APE van Oudenhoven
Journal of Environmental Management
|The grey–green spectrum: A review of coastal protection interventions|
|GA Aguilar-Hernandez, A Singhvi, C Böcher, X Zhong
|Building resilience in high-tech supply chains|