Ida Andersson is a researcher in the Department of Human Geography at Stockholm University, Sweden. In her research she has focused on the interlinkages between economic geography and spatial planning, and how this ties to policy development, strategic planning and the built environment. Ida is currently doing research on policy mobilities, the green economy and regional development. Ida has published articles in both Swedish and English, and her publications can be found in European Planning Studies, Journal of Social and Economic Geography and Norwegian Journal of Geography.
Michaël Ghyoot graduated as an architect from La Cambre School of Architecture in 2009. He is a member of Rotor since 2008 where he mostly works on research projects, lectures, training and exhibitions. In 2014, he obtained a PhD in architecture at the Université Libre de Bruxelles, where he is still part time lecturer. At Rotor, Michael is currently working on two ERDF projects. The first one, entitled “Brussels buildings as a source of future materials”, is a research effort aimed at implementing circularity practices in construction economy. The second one, Masui4ever, is a pilot-project for the integration of reused construction components in a large public refurbishment operation. Recently, Michaël supervised the edition of the Rotor’s book Déconstruction et réemploi. Comment faire circuler les éléments de construction (Deconstruction and reuse. How to make construction elements circulate), published by the Presses polytechniques et universitaires romandes (PPUR).
D.Sc., architect Matti Kuittinen works as Senior Specialist at the Ministry of the Environment in Finland. His work is focused on the environmental impacts of buildings, green public procurement and circular economy. He has coordinated international research projects, developed new methods for carbon footprinting of buildings and designed passive houses and sustainable refugee camps as part of his practice. Kuittinen also teaches sustainable construction at Aalto University. He has spoken in numerous scientific seminars and been heard as an expert on sustainable construction in the meetings of the European Commission and in the parliaments of EU member countries.