Jasmin is currently a research associate at the Sustainable Gas Institute (SGI) working as part of the Methane and Environment Programme. Jasmin joined the SGI in 2018 from The University of Manchester, where she attained a First-class degree in Chemical Engineering with Environmental Technology in 2013, as well as her PhD in 2017. Her PhD research analysed the life cycle sustianbility of extracting and utilising shale gas in the UK; considering environmental, economic and social implications and impacts.
Jasmin's research interests include life cycle assessment and modelling, life cycle costing and multi-criteria decision analysis.
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