senior lecturer at Department of Earth Sciences, Natural Resources and Sustainable Development
I am a senior lecturer and heads the Global Energy Systems Research group. My research deals with availability and priduction of fossil fuels with focus on oil and coal, but also supply of other natural resouces such as uranium, lithium and raw materials for clean/green energy technologies. In addition, I study energy systems developments, sustainability and energy security.
I teach courses focusing on energy systems, energy security analysis, natural resources, and sustainability.
Keywords: climate change energy security resource materialities sustainability resource depletion peak oil coal future studies energy system analysis
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Mikael Höök is an Associate Professor in Natural Resources and Sustainable Development at Uppsala University in Sweden, where he leads the research group Global Energy Systems. He has a PhD with specialization in global energy resources. His research interests include quantitative modelling of energy systems, fossil fuel production, field-by-field analysis, and long-term supply of natural resources. He is also very interested in wider issues like resource depletion, energy security, and climate impacts. Currently, he leads several research projects focused on global oil supply outlooks and resource supply for energy transitions.
He is also a lifetime member of International Association of Mathematical Geology/Geosciences (IAMG) and HP Lovecraft Historical Society (HPLHS).
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