Posts Tagged: Marianne Hatzopoulou

Scholarship winners El Said, Wang present at CAA Board meeting

Congratulations to Feras El Said (CivMin PhD 2023) and An Wang (CivMin PhD 2020) on receiving CAA Graduate Scholarships in Transportation Engineering! Unique among scholarship donors, CAA invites winners to present at their annual Board Meeting. Feras and An each…

Hatzopoulou introduces the “UrbanScanner”

UTTRI associated faculty Professor Marianne Hatzopoulou introduces the “UrbanScanner” and the air quality research it will make possible. “Two years in the making and finally this prototype is ready to hit the streets of Toronto. Along with great partners at…

Vehicle speed and driving habits affect emissions: Hatzopoulou

In an article posted by CBC News, UTTRI associated faculty Professor Marianne Hatzopoulou talks about how vehicle emissions are affected by speeds limits and by driving practices generally. In “How cutting speed limits could slow climate change,” Hatzopoulou states that…

Clearing the Air: Modelling the health benefits of electric cars

Electric vehicles are often touted as a means of mitigating climate change, but a new modelling study suggests that their public health benefits may be just as significant.  “Local air pollution within urban environments is highly detrimental to human health,” says…

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