Katya Pérez-Guzman

Katya Pérez-Guzman will conduct a network analysis of carbon inputs and outputs in Brazil and Mexico.

At IIASA, where Katya will carry out a network analysis of various world input output tables, looking for edge patterns that could characterize the implications of oil extraction on a country’s carbon intensity. 

Dr. Perez-Guzman’s wish is that the work that she achieves at IIASA and the collaborations she is involved in will help countries who produce and export oil, like Mexico, to correctly map the challenges and barriers to mitigate climate change, and thus become closer to a future of low carbon development.

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Funding: The Mexican National Council for Science and Technology (CONACYT)

Nationality: Mexican

Program: Advanced Systems Analysis Program

Dates: April 2017 - present

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Last edited: 10 November 2017


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