Louise is a research assistant in the Section for Technology – Transitions and System Innovation. Her work focuses on creating or strengthening markets for low-carbon and climate resilient technologies in Kenya and Uganda, e.g. through supporting local solar PV SMEs and ICT solutions for smallholder farmers.
Louise holds a BA in Geography (2016) and an MSc (2019) in Environment and Development from the University of Copenhagen. Her MSc thesis analyses how ethnicity affects the ability of Vietnamese coffee farmers to adopt a new mobile climate adaption technology, contributing to a large research project at the University of Copenhagen. While in Vietnam, she collaborated closely with CIAT Asia.
She was previously employed as a student assistant DTU Management (Sustainability division) and was an intern at the Embassy of Denmark in Indonesia.
Louise has expertise within value chain optimization, sustainability transitions, climate change research, circular bio-economy, agro-food systems, and science-policy interaction. She has conducted fieldwork in Zambia, Kenya, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam and Denmark, and has competencies in qualitative and quantitative data collection methods, analysis and dissemination.