PhD Researcher of Assessing and Measuring Energy Systems Resilience
Peter Lustenberger joined the 'Assessing and Measuring Energy Systems' group of the Future Resilient Systems programme at the Singapore-ETH Centre in December 2015. Prior to that, he was working for the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) at the Embassy of Switzerland in Beijing, P.R. China. His duties involved scientific consulting with respect to planning, monitoring and developing of Sino-Swiss cooperation projects in general and in particular in the field of air quality.
Peter has also conducted research in water quality and groundwater modelling, both as visiting student at Tsinghua University (Beijing, P.R. China) supported by a Zeno Karl Schindler Foundation Scholarship, and as research intern at the Centre for Hydrogeology and Environmental Geology Survey (CHEGS, Baoding, P.R China), which is affiliated to the China Geological Survey (CGS).
Peter Lustenberger’s research focuses on measuring and assessing the risks and resilience of energy chains and systems. He is interested in complex networks, Bayesian and geo-statistical modelling approaches.
Bachelor and Master Degree in Environmental Engineering, ETH Zurich, Switzerland