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Arunima Malik

Arunima Malik is a PhD student in the ISA team at the University of Sydney with Prof. Manfred Lenzen and Dr. Christopher Dey. She is working on carrying out full chain sustainability analysis of potential biofuels industries in Australia.

Her project involves modelling two key biofuels scenarios for Australia. First, to assess promising regions in Australia with the potential to sustain a biofuels industry based on forest biomass as feedstock. Second, to carry out sustainability analysis of the use of sugarcane biomass grown in Queensland and Northern NSW for fuel production in Australia. Her research involves using environmental input-output analysis for regional bioenergy system modelling.

Arunima holds a Bachelor of Science (Molecular Biology and Genetics) with Honours in Plant Cell Biology and Masters of Teaching (Secondary). Prior to joining ISA, she worked in a molecular biology laboratory extracting and analysing DNA of model plants such as Arabidopsis thaliana. She also worked as a secondary school Science teacher

Arunima Malik

For further information please contact

Prof Manfred Lenzen
ISA, A28
The University of Sydney NSW 2006
+61 (0)2 9351-5985