Research Staff Member
Ankita Singhvi researches resilience in the supply chains of materials for low-carbon, high-tech industries. She is also coordinator of the Circular Industries Hub.
Ankita received her BSc degree in Architecture from the TU Delft. During her bachelor, she did an exchange semester at University of Melbourne, where she studied the contributions of ecosystems to the built environment. This encouraged her to do a MSc in Industrial Ecology. With her master thesis, she dove deeper into the role of ecology in climate adaptive urban planning by analysing the meaning of resilience for a range of grey to nature-based coastal protection infrastructure.
In parallel to her studies, Ankita has done two internships at the intersection of environmental science and policy-making. At the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, she analysed innovative developments in the water and energy sector in India to report trends to high-tech Dutch companies and assist the Dutch trade network. At Circle Economy, she conducted detailed research into circular economy strategies for the construction sector, and supported the development of a digital circularity assessment tool to aid decision-makers.
Ankita’s work continues within the context of circular resource use. Her research is focused on critical materials, looking at strategies for resilient supply chains for low-carbon, high-tech industries. Additionally, she is coordinator of the Centre for Sustainability's Circular Industries Hub.
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