23rd International Transport and Air Pollution Conference 15-17 May 2019, Thessaloniki, Greece

Organization

Scientific committee

Leonidas Ntziachristos (chairman)LHTEE/AUTh (GR)
Nicolas MoussiopoulosLHTEE/AUTh (GR)
Zissis SamarasLAT/AUTh (GR)
Jon AnderssonRicardo (UK)
Evangelos BekiarisCERTH/HIT (GR)
Pierre BonnelJRC/EC (INT)
Jens Borken-KleefeldIIASA (INT)
Thomas BütlerEmpa (CH)
Asif FaizFaiz & Assoc. LLC (US)
Georgios FontarasJRC/EC (INT)
Chris FreyNCSU (US)
Stefan HausbergerIVT/TUG (AT)
Jukka-Pekka JalkanenFMI (FI)
Salah KhardiIFSTTAR (FR)
Norbert LigterinkTNO (NL)
Federico MilloPOLITO (IT)
Andrés MonzónUPM (ES)
Simsoo ParkKorea Univ. (KR)
Martin RexeisIVT/TUG (AT)
Constantinos SioutasUSC (US)
Åke SjödinIVL (SE)
Robin SmitDES/UQ (AU)
Till RiedelKIT (DE)
Carol WongHKEPD (HK)
Ye WuTsinghua Univ. (CN)

More information

Ms. Evi Gouliarou
Conference Secretary
E: info@tapconference.org
T: +30 2310 473374

Local organizers

EMISIA SA is a spin-off company of the Aristotle Universityof Thessaloniki / Laboratory of Applied Thermodynamics
and was established in February 2008.

EMISIA SA specialises in the areas of emission inventorying, emission modelling, and impact assessment studies of environmental policies. The staff consists of mechanical, electrical, chemical and software engineers, with a strong background in environmental studies. The focus is given, but is not limited, to transport emissions (road, rail, and aviation) and transport statistics.

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The Laboratory of Heat Transfer and Environmental Engineering (LHTEE) belongs to the Energy Section of the Mechanical Engineering Department, Aristotle University Thessaloniki, Greece. The Laboratory is responsible for eight pre-graduate courses in the Mechanical Engineering Department. More than ten doctoral candidates are supervised by LHTEE’s staff members.

 LHTEE conducts basic and applied research in three main areas:
  • Energy systems and technology
  • Air pollution
  • Waste management

LHTEE has a long record of research and consulting activities, both at national and international level. Most of the research funds of the Laboratory originate from competitive programmes of the European Commission. In the last ten years, the turnover of the Laboratory exceeded five million €. Results of our research efforts are published in peer-reviewed journals and in the proceedings of national and international conferences. Since 2002, highlights of our activities are presented every year in our Annual Report “Sustainability Dimensions”.

For more information visit http://aix.meng.auth.gr/lhtee/index.html

The Laboratory of Applied Thermodynamics (LAT) belongs to the Energy Division of the Mechanical Engineering Department, in the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. Its educational and research activities cover the following fields:

  • Applied Thermodynamics and Combustion
  • Internal Combustion Engines and Emissions Control
  • Emissions Inventories and Forecasts
  • Energy Policy and Renewable Energy Sources

The main focus of laboratory activities lies on applied as well as basic research, regarding exhaust emissions of Internal Combustion Engines. LAT possesses state-of-the-art equipment and know-how on both testing and simulation methodologies in the field of emissions characterization and after-treatment. LAT provides R&D services in the field of automobile exhaust emissions and after-treatment technology. Having a long tradition in this field, LAT possesses valuable experience in both testing and modelling methodologies to provide high quality services to its industrial partners. The testing services are supported by regularly updated equipment for the measurement and characterization of gaseous and particulate emissions, as well as fuel and fuel additive properties.

LAT is a member of Hellas Lab and associate member of EARPA (European Automotive Research Partners Association) and is also certified by QMS, as conforming to the requirements of ISO 9001:2008.

For more details visit http://lat.eng.auth.gr/

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