Dedoussi on Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe list
Assistant professor Irene Dedoussi is on this year’s Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe: Healthcare and Science list. ‘This year’s list is a collection of thinkers, dreamers and innovators from across Europe who are driving innovation and discovery from genetics to outer space’, according to Leah Rosenbaum in Forbes.
‘Irene Dedoussi may be in the Netherlands as an Assistant Professor at Delft University of Technology, but her research into combustion emissions from airplanes and automobiles has global implications. Her work contributed to the first peer-reviewed assessment of the Volkswagen emissions scandal, and she recently authored a highly acclaimed paper linking air pollution, including combustion emissions, to premature deaths in the United States”. Dedoussi uses her expertise on aircraft combustion emissions at the Faculty or Aerospace Engineering to make aviation more sustainable.