Bio

David Peck researches and teaches in the field of critical materials and circular design. He is a manager of the tri-partite university partnership Leiden-Delft-Erasmus Centre for Sustainability (CfS). The CfS has a focus on resources, circular and cities.

He is responsible for the funding opportunities in the centre. David is the university leader for the Ellen MacArthur Foundation pioneer university programme and is the representative for all the university faculties. He has also been a senior mentor for the Schmidt-MacArthur fellowship programme. He is manager for TU Delft in the KIC EIT Raw Materials, the 7 year+ EU programme on raw materials: sustainable exploration, extraction, processing, recycling, remanufacturing and substitution with a core focus on closing loops.

research interest

  • Critical materials and circular design.

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position

Manager of Leiden-Delft-Erasmus Centre for Sustainability (CfS)
University leader for the Ellen MacArthur Foundation pioneer university programme
Manager for TU Delft in the KIC EIT Raw Materials

degrees

First degree in European Engineering (UK & Germany) – Mechanical
MBA – Warwick business school

faculty

Industrial Design Engineering

Email

D.P.Peck@tudelft.nl

Publications

Recent publications:

  • Wever, R, Peck, DP & Eyto, de, A (2013). Teaching strategic and sustainable design. In s.n. (Ed.), Proceedings of ecodesign 2013 international symposium (pp. 1-6). s.l.: KITECH Korea National Cleaner Production Center (KNCPC). (TUD)
  • Kohler, AR, Bakker, CA & Peck, DP (2013). Critical materials: A reason for sustainable education of industrial designers and engineers. European Journal of Engineering Education, 38(4), 441-451. (TUD)
  • Bakker, CA, Ingenegeren, R, Devoldere, T, Tempelman, E, Huisman, J & Peck, DP (2012). Rethinking eco-design priorities: The case of the econova television. In KD Lang, NF Nissen, A Middendorf & P Chancerel (Eds.), Proceedings electronics goes green 2012+ taking green to the next level (pp. 1-7). Stuttgart: Fraunhofer Verlag. (TUD)
  • Benesch, JV & Peck, DP (2012). Materials and design - chapter 3.10. In JV Benesch (Ed.), European commission report 'Forward looking workshop on materials for emerging energy technologies' (pp. 45-48). s.l.: European union. (TUD)
  • Peck, DP & Bakker, CA (2012). Eco-design opportunities for critical material supply risks. In KD Lang, NF Nissen, A Middendorf & P Chancerel (Eds.), Proceedings electronics goes green 2012+ taking green to the next level (pp. 1-6). Stuttgart: Fraunhofer Verlag. (TUD)

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