Roh Pin Lee has a Bachelor in Psychology from the National University of Singapore, an MBA in International Management of Resources & Environment as well as a PhD in Energy Risk Assessment from the TU Bergakademie Freiberg, in addition to a Habilitation in Technology Assessment – Resources & Environment from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany. Her research activities focus on the use of a multidimensional Social-Technological-Economical-Ecological-Political (STEEP) approach in assessing opportunities and challenges associated with technology innovations/developments/deployments to support the global transition towards a net zero society. She has extensive experiences in this area, most notably in the field of chemical/advanced recycling. Not only does she head the R&D division Technology Assessment at the Institute of Energy Process Engineering & Chemical Engineering at the TU Bergakademie Freiberg – one of the leading R&D institutions in Europe for circular carbon technologies – she is also the scientific coordinator of the German National Network for a Circular Carbon Economy (NK2 Network) with extensive network with the European industry (e.g., energy, chemical, waste management and engineering sectors). She has led diverse national and international projects funded by public agencies, the industry as well as by NGOs (e.g., European Climate Foundation) to evaluate multidimensional aspects associated with the transition of our carbon intensive society towards defossilization and circularity, and is regularly engaged to develop recommendations to inform/support policymakers and industry decision-makers in their decision processes and measures development for the decarbonization and sustainability transformation of carbon intensive industries.