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Sophie-Charlotte Bundle joined IIASA as a research scholar with the Ecosystems Services and Management (ESM) Program in November 2014, where she is working with the Globiom Team on a global model simulating agricultural production costs (ACM-AgriCostModel). "What will it cost to feed the world’s population in future?" or "How will phenomena like climate change, risks of extreme weather conditions or human behavior (change in diet, change in policies, terrorism) affect agricultural production costs?" are the major questions Ms. Bundle is working on.
Before joining IIASA, Ms. Bundle worked with a number of different consultancy companies, as a member of the energy practice groups. She supported clients in renewable and conventional energy industries across Europe, dealing with strategy, business development, market & value chain analysis, and M&A. Ms. Bundle started her career at the Bank of America in London, where she joined the foreign exchange structured derivatives group in a quantitative role.
Ms. Bundle completed her master’s degree in mathematics in 2009, at the Technical University (TU) Berlin, Faculty of Mathematics. Her diploma thesis was entitled "Introducing algorithms to optimize network flow in ad hoc networks". As part of her studies, she was granted a full scholarship for an MSc in the Logistics, Trade and Finance Program at Cass Business School, City University London.
Last update: 31-MAR-2016
Deppermann A, Balkovic J, Bundle S-C, Di Fulvio F, Havlik P, Leclere D, Lesiv M, Prishchepov A, et al. (2018). Increasing crop production in Russia and Ukraine—regional and global impacts from intensification and recultivation. Environmental Research Letters 13 (2): e025008. DOI:10.1088/1748-9326/aaa4a4.
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