Prof. Margaret Bell CBE
Honoured Commander of the British Empire for services to Sustainable Transport (2006) Honorary Fellow of both the Institution of Civil Engineers (2012) and Institute of Highway Engineers (2015); TRL Personal Award for outstanding contributions to Air Quality field (2016) and ITSUK Rees-Hills Award for Outstanding Personal Contribution (2019). Member of UKRI Peer Review College, UGC Hong Kong and NCBR Poland; Expert Advisor UK and overseas; Honorary Editor in Chief of IET-ITS Journal. Since 1990, externally examined 45 PhDs in UK, Ireland, Sweden, Netherlands, Sicily, Australia and India. Research spans 48 years embracing monitoring, modelling and management of traffic, emissions, air quality, noise and human exposure to evaluate health and climate change impacts. Instrumental in creating integrated research facilities including instrumented City in 1992. Managed large multidisciplinary research across faculties and Universities; creating solutions to achieve clean air and carbon targets through integrated policies and behavioural change embracing transport, urbanisation, ecosystems services and energy generation. Currently, with IIT Madras, University of Northumbria and West of England designing intervention measures to improve air quality in Delhi, India and with TUDelft characterising early adopters of shared electric mobility in Manchester and five European Cities; developing exposure models inside Metro, bus and car, creating predictive relationships for roadside pollution concentrations using pervasive sensor technology and investigating evaluation metrics for Green Light Optimal Speed Advice.
Thursday, 16th December 2021 6th INDIAN INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT