Staff

Miriam Hacker

Dr. Miriam Hacker

Postdoc, Cluster: Cirus

Department Environmental Social Sciences

About Me

Miriam is a postdoctoral researcher with the cluster Sustainable Transitions and Business Innovations (CIRUS) at the Department of Environmental Social Sciences at Eawag. She received her PhD in civil engineering from University of Washington in 2018.

With a background in civil engineering and stormwater regulation, her more recent research experience has focused on the interface between social impacts and the built environment. She continues to explore the operating environment for innovative sanitation technology.

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Projects

The BARRIERS project aims at improving our understanding of the institutional barriers for radical innovation in UWM. It analyzes ‘lighthouse cities’ that experiment with non-grid UWM systems
Wings is an inter- and transdisciplinary strategic research program that strives to develop novel non-grid-connected water and sanitation systems that can function as comparable alternatives to network-based systems.

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Address

E-Mail: miriam.hacker@eawag.ch
Phone: +41 58 765 5623
Fax: +41 58 765 5802
Address: Eawag
Überlandstrasse 133
8600 Dübendorf
Office: FC E14

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Research Focus

  • Institutions
  • Sanitation infrastructure
  • Social sustainability
  • Regulation

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