Leonardo Rosado

Associate professor, Architecture and civil engineering, Water Environment Technology, Urban Metabolism

Leonardo Rosado is an Associate professor in the Division of Water Environment Technology, research theme Urban Metabolism, at Chalmers.

Leonardo Rosado focuses on the Urban Metabolism field, using a holistic approach to develop methods to study all resource flows of cities. Leonardo has developed a groundbreaking method to account for materials in urban areas – the Urban Metabolism Analyst. The main goal is to study cities to provide valuable information to stakeholders on different levels: waste management, urban planning, industry and households.
​​Urban Metabolism BOM165
Modelling and problem solving BOM035
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Published: Thu 04 Jul 2013. Modified: Thu 15 Aug 2019