- WP 1 - Project management
- WP 2 - Challenges, systems, and data
Prof Daniel B. Müller is Professor of Industrial Ecology and Director of the Industrial Ecology Master Programme at NTNU. He holds a MSc in rural engineering and PhD in technical sciences from ETH Zurich. Prior to his appointment at NTNU, he was a post-doc at TU Delft and a research scientist at Yale University.
In addition, he was a visiting professor at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing and a guest researcher at EMPA in Switzerland. He was a founding member and first Chair of the Socio-Economic Metabolism (SEM) section of the International Society for Industrial Ecology (ISIE). He has worked closely with industry and government organizations to develop tools for forecasting demand and supply of primary and secondary resources as well as related energy use and emissions. He was a lead author of the 5th Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), and he is currently a candidate for the Norwegian seat in the International Resource Panel (IRP).