His research and work interests include life-cycle assessments, environmental geology as well as technological climate change adaption & mitigation measures.
Kevin Mallinger graduated from the University of Vienna as Mag. rer. nat. in the teaching profession studies geography and economics as well as history, social studies and politics with a strong focus on the physical geography. Next to his studies he worked in the Austrian Agency for International Cooperation in Education and Research as an EU Program Officer.
Since 2017 he is doing research in the area of stratigraphical signatures of anthropogenic activities in the context of the Anthropocene discussion, especially regarding the long term geophysical and geochemical implications of the global iron ore process chain. Apart from that, his main tasks within SBA center on the development and management of digital innovations in the area of social and environmental resilience.