Bernhard Schießl


Mercator Fellowship on International Affairs

Period of the Fellowship


Project title

Efficient resource allocation for CO2 reduction in times of political uncertainties

Short biography

Bernhard Schießl studied physics at Constance University. He completed a Joint-Master degree in physics at Technical University of Munich and Denmark’s Technical University in Copenhagen focusing on renewable and alternative energy sources. He gained professional experience at the Boston Consulting Group (BCG), the North Carolina State University and the Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics. As a Mercator Fellow, he will explore the efficiency of financial strategies and portfolios of climate change projects in different political landscapes.