DCEA regularly welcomes visiting PhD fellows to the group and we see this as a great opportunity to share knowledge and explore collaboration initiatives.
rutjaya PRATEEP NA TALANG, Kasetsart University in Bangkok, Thailand
"My fellowship in DCEA was the invaluable opportunity and the great experiences. I have been working as a Ph.D student in DCEA for a year and a month. DCEA is a very dynamic research group that has many great researchers. I have gotten knowledge and inspiration for my research. My research focus is on investigation of LCIA methods that suite for the developing country as Thailand and analysis of environmental impact from the traditional brick industrial in Thailand. I am sincerely thankful to DCEA for having been welcoming and helpful in my work."
jaap rozema, University of East Anglia, UK
"My fellowship in DCEA has provided me with invaluable insights into the dynamics of environmental assessment and planning. DCEA is a multidisciplinary research group, reaching out the the virtue of combining multiple disciplines into a holistic research framework. I will keep vivid memories of the time spent with DCEA members of staff, both from an academic and social perspective, and look forward to collaborating with them in the years to come."
Joan Manuel Fernández Mendoza, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
"My fellowship in DCEA was one of the most enriching experiences I have had within my PhD programme as well as personal life. DCEA is a very dynamic research group where I met great reserachers who work with great enthusiasm and full dedication. I have gotten new ideas, inspiration and knowledge for the further pursuit of my research in the field of Industrial Ecology and LCA. I am grateful to DCEA for having received me as a part of its team as well as all its members for inspiring scientific discussions and very fun social activities. Special thank goes to my supervisors and the LCA team for their tutoring. DCEA has become my reference group on the development of envionmental assessment studies."