Keynote Speakers

Michael Srocka

Lead Software Developer at Greendelta

Keynote: "What I don't like about Brightway"

Bio: Michael Srocka works with GreenDelta since more than 15 years; environmental engineer by education (TU Berlin, 2004) he also holds a degree in practical informatics from Fernuni Hagen. Michael leads the IT development in GreenDelta. He is a highly skilled senior programmer, with a special dedication to Java and databases, and has written most of the parts of the openLCA software.

Aleksandra (Sasha) Kim

PhD Student at Paul Scherrer Institute and ETH Zurich

Keynote: "GSA Framework"

Bio: Aleksandra (Sasha) has been pursuing her doctoral degree since March 2018 in the Technology Assessment Group under the supervision of Dr. Chris Mutel from Paul Scherrer Institute and Prof. Dr. Stefanie Hellweg from ETH Zurich. Her academic interests are uncertainty and global sensitivity analysis (GSA) applied to high-dimensional life cycle assessment models. She is particularly keen on studying robustness and convergence properties of GSA methods, as well as their computational complexity and efficient implementation.