Anne Frédérique Cécile Noémi Bösch
I hold an MSc in Biology from the University of Lausanne and a Master of Advanced Studies in environmental engineering and sciences from EPFL. I am doing a part-time PhD in the field of sustainability assessment, parallel to my job as a scientific officer at the Swiss Federal Statistical Office (FSO), where I am involved mainly in the project Cercle Indicateurs (sustainable development indicator system and network for Swiss cities and cantons).
Previously, I was an assistant for a participatory project on the opportunities and risks of nanotechnologies at the Centre for Technology Assessment TA-SWISS (2006), and then held various positions at the FSO, first as a scientific collaborator in the field of environmental accounting (2007), then as project manager for the first revision of the national sustainable development indicator system MONET (2008-2009), and project manager of the Cercle Indicateurs (2009 - 2018). I also coordinated a European expert group on the evaluation of sustainability indicators and am the main author of the resulting handbook published by the European Statistical Office (Eurostat) (2010-2014).