Leonardo Rosado

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

Leonardo Rosado is a researcher in the Chalmers Area of Advance Building Futures focusing on the Urban Metabolism field, in particular using a holistic approach to develop methods to study all resource flows of cities. Leonardo Rosado 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

Published: Thu 04 Jul 2013. Modified: Mon 08 Apr 2019