LAT : Look to the Future!
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Speaker: Prof. Zoran Ristovski, Qeensland University of Technology, Brisbane
Abstract: Prior to widespread introduction of the biofuels into the transport sector a thorough knowledge of its impact on engine performance and emission will be critical to avoid consumer rejection. While a considerable research has been conducted describing the impact of different transesterified biodiesel fuel types on regulated emissions (i.e., PM, NOx, CO, and HCs) limited information is available addressing the impact of these fuel types on other particle properties that are more specific and relevant for their health effects.
This presentation will look into the influence of biodiesel fuel physical and chemical properties on nanoparticle emissions, their toxicity as well as the ability of biodiesel emissions to contribute to the generation of secondary organic aerosols.
Speaker Biography: Professor Ristovski is an atmospheric scientist with almost 20 years of experience in the general area of airborne particle pollution working at Queensland University of Technology. His main areas of interest are in the characterisation of vehicle emission related nanoparticles, their physical and chemical properties, transport in the atmosphere as well as their toxicity. He has conducted a number of projects in this area both for the Australian government as well as private industry. He has extensively published in the area with over 120 journal publications that have attracted over to 2000 citations (h-index of 29). He is a recipient of a number of grants both from the Australian government and industry (over $6 million in total). His research group, currently consisting of 2 postdoctoral fellows and 9 postgraduate students, is a well-established and internationally recognized research group. Prof. Ristovski was one of the key academics in establishing the Biofuels Engine Research Facility (BERF). He is currently involved in several projects looking at various issues in relation to the utilisation of biofuels.
Venue: 15:30, Mechanical Engineering Bulding, ground floor
Speaker : Jean-Luc Di Paola-Galloni, Vice-President Sustainability and External Affairs, Valeo Group Corporate
Bio: From 2014: Acting chairman of European Road Transport Research Advisory Council (ERTRAC) and its related PPP European Green Vehicle Initiative (EGVI), European Union Public Private Partnership of Horizon 2020. He is also member of the strategic group advising the board of CLEPA (European Association of Suppliers)
From 2010: he is the Valeo member to selection and investment committee of the Fonds Avenir Automobile, (belonging to the French state owned Banque Publique d'Investissement– BPI) also he has been appointed member of the Board of The Fondation France-Japon de l'EHESS along with the Banque de France governor, a former Minister of Economy, Finances and Industry, and the President of EHESS (Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales)
From 2006: CEO’s delegate, member of the executive committee at Valeo
From 2002 to 2004 he was the advisor of the CEO of Gaz de France
Member of the International Transport Forum, of the European Green Car Initiative, Harvard Club of France and member Napoleonic Society of America among others
Venue:The presentation will take place at 11:30 o'clock at Aristotle University Research Dissemination Centre, known as KEDEA Building (the Red Building), Amphitheatre II . KEDEA Building is situated in 3rd Septemvriou street, just opposite the University of Makedonia (Panepistimio Makedonia), the second University of Thessaloniki.
Speaker : Dr Matti Maricq, Technical leader at Ford Motor Co.
Matti Maricq is a Technical Leader in the Chemical Engineering & Emissions Aftertreatment Department at Ford's Research and Innovation Center. He currently heads the Vehicle Emissions Research Laboratory.He received a Ph.D. in physical Chemistry from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. depletion, whereupon he established a research program to investigate the atmospheric chemistry of CFC replacements. In the 1990's concerns began to surface regarding potential adverse health associations with increases in ambient particulate matter (PM) levels. During this time Matti shifted his research efforts to the investigation of PM emissions from motor vehicles. He has been active in this area for the past 15 years. His research interests include the aerosol physics behind PM emissions and measurement, soot formation in flames and engines, characterization of combustion PM, and the development of better PM sampling and measurement methodologies. Besides his work at Ford, Dr. Maricq is active in the Coordinating Research Council, the American Association for Aerosol Research, the American Chemical Society, and the Society of Automotive Engineers
Venue: 15/05/2015 at 16:30, Mechanical Engineering Building, ground floor
Speaker : Ali Mohammadi is Senior Manager of Toyota Motor Europe (Belgium) since 2010. He holds a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Tokushima University, Japan and has worked as assistant Professor in Kyoto University between 2003-2006. His research activities extend to the application of alternative fuels and the reduction of energy losses in ICE, as well as the investigation of pollutant formation processes.
Venue : 11:00 o'clock at "Alexander Tsioumis" Amphitheatre / School of Rural and Surveying Engineering building
TAP 2012 -19th International Transport and Air Pollution Conference 2012
Towards Energy Efficiency Transport
The Transport and Air Pollution Conferences have "been held since 1986 in Graz (Austria), Zurich (Switzerland), Avignon, Reims and Toulouse (France) and Boulder (Colorado, USA). This 19th symposium will take place for the first time in Thessaloniki, Greece. The aim of the symposium is to bring together scientists, users and policy makers to assess the current scientific knowledge of air pollution due to emissions from transportation systems.
CONVENTION & CULTURAL CENTER
M2 – building 2
25th Martiou and Paralia str.
GR 54646 Thessaloniki
Tel +30 2310 895800
FAX +30 2310 895956
Speaker: Dr. Ali Mohammadi is Senior Manager of Toyota Motor Europe (Belgium) since 2010. He holds a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Tokushima University, Japan and has worked as assistant Professor in Kyoto University between 2003-2006. His research activities extend to the application of alternative fuels and the reduction of energy losses in ICE, as well as the investigation of pollutant formation processes.
Venue :The presentation will take place at 12:00 o'clock at Aristotle University Research Dissemination Centre, known as KEDEA Building (the Red Building), Amphitheatre II . KEDEA Building is situated in 3rd Septemvriou street, just opposite the University of Makedonia (Panepistimio Makedonia), the second University of Thessaloniki.