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Stephan Barthel appointed professor at University of Gävle
Centre researcher also listed among the world’s most cited researchers
Centre researcher Stephan Barthel, a long-time leading scientist on urban social-ecological research, has been appointed professor in sustainability science at University of Gävle in Sweden.
Through his new position, Barthel will focus on designing solutions for sustainable urban development and boost the collaboration between science and business.
The project Future-Proof Cities will be the centre of this collaboration and develop solutions to make cities smarter, healthier and safer amid growing environmental change.
Among world’s most cited
Barthel has been part of developing the discourse on urban social-ecological systems for several years. This has also made him one of the most cited researchers in the world on urban sustainability.
For the second consecutive year, Barthel has been listed on the exclusive Clarivate Analytics overview of the world's most cited researchers. The list recognizes world-class researchers selected for their exceptional research performance, demonstrated by production of multiple highly cited papers that rank in the top 1% by citations for field and year in Web of Science.
“A big congratulations to professor Barthel for this very well received appointment,” says Henrik Österblom, science director at the Stockholm Resilience Centre.
“Stephan has firmly established himself as a global leader in the field of sustainability science and he is involved in several important projects of direct relevance for the future direction of our research.”
“The appointment as professor and being listed among the world’s most cited researchers is a wonderful credit to his work and a clear indication of how important he is on urban social-ecological research.”
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