Peter Fantke

Professor, Head of Section

Peter Fantke

Department of Environmental and Resource Engineering


Building 115 Room 046

2800 Kgs. Lyngby





Life Cycle Impact Assessment Chemical substitution Exposure Assessment Safe and sustainable by design (SSbD)

Exposure assessment Tools for evaluating human/ecological exposure. ISES 2020 award Chemical substitution Framework for including life cycle impacts in alternatives assessment. Pesticide evaluation Methods for assessing pesticide emissions and environmental impacts. Air pollution modeling Approaches for integrating indoor and outdoor PM2.5 exposure and health effects. USEtox modeling framework Scientific consensus building in human toxicity and ecotoxicity modeling of chemicals. Read on: Fantke etal 2016 Fantke etal 2022 Read on: Fantke etal 2015 Fantke etal 2020 Read on: Fantke etal 2015 Fantke 2019 Read on: Fantke etal 2017 Fantke etal 2019 Read on: USEtox website Fantke etal 2021 Peter Fantke is professor for quantitative sustainability assessment with focus on assessing life cyclefate, exposure, and effects of chemicals. He is director of USEtox, the UNEP/SETAC scientific consensus model for characterizing chemical toxicity and ecotoxicity, and coordinates global task forces on quantifying emissions of pesticides and addressing impacts from exposure to toxic chemicals and fine particulate matter.