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Decarbonising the transport system

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Professor Cebon leads an active research group concerned with the design and dynamics of heavy vehicle suspensions, road damage and the micromechanics of asphalt failure. He also has interests in the use of computers in engineering design and education. He has written numerous papers on the dynamics of heavy vehicles, traffic instrumentation, road damage and materials information management software.

Nick Collings is Professor of Applied Thermodynamics in the Department of Engineering, and Head of the Division of Energy, Fluid Mechanics and Turbomachinery, at the University of Cambridge. He is responsible for the Engine Emissions Instrumentation and Control group. The groups interests are mainly IC engine control, and emissions measurement and amelioration. He is a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, the Institute of Mechanical Engineers (UK) and of the Society of Automotive Engineers (USA).

Mark White is Chief Technical Specialist, Body Engineering for Jaguar LandRover

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