Tutkijatohtori Kaisa Grönman

E-mail: Kaisa.Gronman@lut.fi
ORCID ID: 0000-0002-6554-3933 (Go to ORCID profile)


CV:
Uploaded on: 01/10/2019

Current Organisation
Sustainable Solutions (Superior organisation: LUT School of Energy Systems)

Biography
Kaisa Grönman works as a post doctoral researcher in the department Sustainability Science.
She has graduated as a Doctor of Science (Tech.) in 2013. Her dissertation examined the development of sustainable food packaging systems specially in regards of avoiding food waste. In addition to the thesis-related projects considering food packages, she has worked in various initiaves concerning life cycle thinking and modelling, waste management and design for environment. Most recently she has been focusing on developing methodologies for environmental impact assessment. Kaisa Grönman was one of the key researchers in creating the carbon handprint approach to assess the positive climate impacts of products. Prior to that, she co-developed the nutrient footprint methodology. In addition to research projects, she has gained experience in teaching and acquiring funding.

Research Interest
Current research concentrates on creation of handprint methodology, an indicator and calculation tool to promote positive environmental impacts.
Research interest also include: relation of packages, food waste and environmental impacts; life cycle assessment; design for environment

Teaching Experience
Currents teaching includes supervising Master's and Bacholor theses as well as coordination in courses Technical Cycle in Circular Economy and Ympäristötekniikan perusteet (Basics of Environmental Technology).

Projects as Principal Investigator
Embedding Circular Economy into Product Design and Optimization (01/01/2019 - 31/12/2021)
Funder: European Commission



Publications
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Construction and demolition waste as a raw material for wood polymer composites - Assessment of environmental impacts (2019)
A1 Journal article (refereed), original research
Liikanen M., Grönman K., Deviatkin I., et al.
Construction and demolition waste streams from the material recovery point of view: a case study or the South Karelia region, Finland (2019)
A4 Conference proceedings
Liikanen Miia, Havukainen Jouni, Grönman Kaisa, et al.
WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment
Environmental sustainability assessment from planetary boundaries perspective – A case study of an organic sheep farm in Finland (2019)
A1 Journal article (refereed), original research
Uusitalo Ville, Kuokkanen Anna, Grönman Kaisa, et al.
Science of the Total Environment
Integrating Energy Efficiency into the Municipal Procurement Process of Buildings—Whose Responsibility? (2019)
A1 Journal article (refereed), original research
Vinokurov Mihail, Grönman Kaisa, Hammo Simo, et al.
Buildings
Areas on which to focus when seeking to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions of commercial waste management. A case study of a hypermarket, Finland (2018)
A1 Journal article (refereed), original research
Hupponen Mari, Grönman Kaisa, Horttanainen Mika
Waste Management
Carbon handprint – An approach to assess the positive climate impacts of products demonstrated via renewable diesel case (2018)
A1 Journal article (refereed), original research
Grönman Kaisa, Pajula Tiina, Sillman Jani, et al.
Journal of Cleaner Production
Carbon Handprint Guide (2018)
D5 Textbook, professional manual or guide or a dictionary
Pajula Tiina, Vatanen Saija, Pihkola Hanna, et al.
Packaging Strategies That Save Food: A Research Agenda for 2030 (2018)
A1 Journal article (refereed), original research
Wikström Fredrik, Verghese Karli, Auras Rafael, et al.
Journal of Industrial Ecology
Systematic approach for identifying possible greenhouse gas emission reduction possibilities with additive manufacturing (2018)
B3 Unrefereed conference proceedings
Leino Maija, Grönman Kaisa, Uusitalo Ville, et al.
24th International Sustainable Development Research Society Conference ISDRS 2018



Keywords
Design for environment
Handprint methodology
Life cycle assessment
sustainability

Last updated on 2019-01-10 at 04:03