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Dr Fiona Charnley Associate Professor of Circular Economy and Co-Director of the Exeter Centre for Circular Economy within the University of Exeter Business School

Dr Fiona  Charnley, Associate Professor of Circular Economy and Co-Director of the Exeter Centre for Circular Economy within the University of Exeter Business School

Fiona works and has published extensively within the field of design, innovation and manufacture for a circular economy. She is Co-Director of the recently funded UKRI National Interdisciplinary Circular Economy Hub harnessing the UK’s leading research capabilities; creating new knowledge, tools, behaviours and relationships to capture economic, social and environmental value from a Circular Economy.


Biography:

Fiona leads a number of government and industry funded research projects covering topics such as the use of digital technology to inform decisions surrounding the implementation of circular economy strategies and the development and application of self-healing materials to enable product life extension.
Fiona has extensive experience of working with organisations from across sectors to identify new approaches to design, innovation, manufacture and business modelling to transform resource use and value creation. She has also led multiple education and executive training programmes to support future leaders in developing the skills and capabilities necessary to transform our industrial system. In 2018 Fiona was recognised as one of the Top 50 Women in Engineering by the Women's Engineering Society and the Telegraph for her contribution to Circular Economy research and education.

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